Bocuse d’or Europe Ergebnisse:
1. Orjan JOHANNESSEN, Norwegen – 2. Adam DALHBERG, Schweden – 3. Jeppe FOLDAGER Dänemark – Bester Fisch: Island – Bestes Fleisch: UK – Bester Commis: Frankreich – Auch qualifiziert: Schweiz, Belgien, Ungarn, Finnland, Estland und Niederlande
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In Brussels, Orjan JOHANNESSEN, restaurant Bekkjarvik Gjestgiveri takes the Bocuse d’Or Europe home for Norway
With twenty chefs from across Europe, 1,500 passionate supporters and more than five and a half hours of culinary challenges, the Bocuse d’Or Europe was sure to be an event like no other! For its third edition, the competiton set up its kitchens at the heart of the Horeca Life exhibition on the occasion of the Brusselicious celebrations in Brussels. For two days the most talented European chefs battled it out to win one of twelve qualifying places for the world final of the Bocuse d’Or that is set to take place at the Sirha exhibition in Lyon on 29 and 30 January 2013.
Under the scrutiny of an exceptional judging panel presided over by the talented Brazilian chef Alex Atala, it is the Norwegian Orjan JOHANNESSEN, that stood out. This year, the competition was presided over by Yves Mattagne alongside honoured guest Pierre Wynants.
The winners of the 2012 Bocuse d’Or Europe
Following a two-year winning streak, Rasmus Kofoed (Bocuse d’Or Europe 2010 and Bocuse d’Or 2011) will now be succeeded by Orjan Johannessen.
1 – Orjan JOHANNESSEN, Bekkjarvik Gjestgiveri, representing Norway
was awarded the Bocuse d’Or Europe 2012 (first prize) and €12,000
2 – Adam DAHLBERG, Stefan Eriksson Matsudio, representing Sweden
was awarded the Bocuse d’Argent Europe 2012 (second prize) and €9,000
3 – Jeppe FOLDAGER, Sollerodko, representing Denmark
was awarded the Bocuse de Bronze Europe 2012 (third prize) and €6,000
Special Prize for the Fish Course: Sigurdur HARALDASSON , Island
Special Prize for the Meat Course: Adam BENNETT, United Kingdom
The prize for the best commis chef was awarded by the Bocuse d’Or Winner’s Academy, to Julie LHUMEAU, France
The twelve countries qualifying to compete at the grand final
Of the twenty chefs taking part in the Bocuse d’Or Europe 2012, the twelve best contestants have been chosen to compete in the Bocuse d’Or 2013:
1 – Norway – Orjan JOHANNESSEN
7 – Swizterland – Teo CHIARAVALLOTI
2 – Sweden – Adam Dahlberg
8 – Belgium – Robrecht WISSELS
3 – Denmark – Jeppe FOLDAGER
9 – Hungary – Tamas SZELI
4 – France – Thibaut RUGGERI
10 – Finland – Mika PALONEN
5 – Iceland – Sigurdur HARALDSSON
11 – Estonia – Heidy PINNAK
6 – United Kingdom – Adam BENNETT
12 – Netherlands – Martin RUISSAARD
A competitive theme
All competitors were challenged to cook two dishes using set ingredients.
– A meat dish: two whole “Label Rouge “ certified Blue Foot chickens, between 1.7kg and 2kg, served whole on the plate with three freely-chosen garnishes other than the meat.
– A fish dish: seven fillets of sole between 600g and 800g, 1kg of brown shrimp to be served whole on the plate with three freely-chosen garnishes other than the fish.
Bocuse d’Or Europe 2014 is heading for Stockholm
In the presence of Prince Carl Philip of Sweden, the International Organisation Committee has announced that the fourth Bocuse d’Or Europe will be held in Stockholm, Sweden in April 2014.
Horeca Life, a meeting point for international gastronomy at the Brussels Exhibition
With annual growth of 20% in its first seven editions, Horeca Life has become the leading professional gastronomy, food service and hospitality exhibition in Europe.
For 2012, Horeca Life, the headline professional event for Brusselicious 2012, has expanded its offering to bring together all sectors of the hospitality, food service, brasserie, patisserie and food manufacturing industry.
Brusselicious, the Year of Gastronomy
Having celebrated local products, chefs and culinary artistry in all its forms, Brussels is punctuating its ode to gastronomy with Europe’s most prestigious gastronomic competition: the Bocuse d’Or Europe.
STILL TO COME
The Bocuse d’Or Asia will take place in Shanghai, from 12 to 14 June 2012 at Sirha Shanghai.
The Grand Final of the Bocuse d’Or will take place in Lyon, from 29 to 30 January 2013 at Sirha.
The Bocuse d’Or Europe 2014 will take place in Stockholm, in April 2014