Jake Kellie’s European culinary adventure

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After being named Electrolux Australian Young Chef 2015, part of Jake Kellie’s prize was a trip to Europe to increase his skills, knowledge and learn more about culinary techniques.  Appetite, Electrolux and Sanpellegrino devised a special trip for him; from visiting one of our judges in Singapore; staging for 3 days at Faviken in Sweden; visiting Electrolux innovation centre in Stockholm; spending 4 days at Italy’s international culinary school ALMA to sampling the delights at Parma.  He’also planned some visits of his own along the way;

10 October 2016

departed Australia for a stopover in Singapore organised by Appetite for Excellence. Whilst in Singapore, I visited one of the judges – Dave Pynt & his restaurant as well as a few other Australian chefs based there. Sam Aisbett @ Whitegrass; Ryan Clift @ Tippling Club and Soren Lascelles – one of the Appetite Alumni – @ Grand Hyatt.

14 October 2016

landed London and quickly caught up with some buds – George Tomlin – another Appetite alumni  chef – @ The Clove Club and a few others before getting on a plane to Denmark

 

24 October 2016: 

heading to Faviken for a 3 day stage organised by Electrolux and Appetite.

 

28 October 2016

landing Stockholm from Ostersund to spend the day @ Electrolux HQ, the innovation centre and the Swedish culinary team’s test kitchen.

 

01 November 2016

arrive in Corlono for 4 days @ ALMA the International centre of education for Italian culinary cuisine.

 

02 – 05 November 2016

a whole lot of training from Italian pasta training session, “The Marchese Code” training with Gualtiero Marchese, Touring the ALMA wine cellar & tasting lesson to Italian pastry.

 

06 November 2016

travel to France

 

10 November 2016

travel home (Australia)


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