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sponsors & prizes

These fabulous folk are sponsoring prizes for 2010. We will announce a final prize list when we get closer to the end of the competition (after all, you're not really entering for the prizes are you?)

1st Prize $3,000 CASH and an opportunity to present your TV Show at the Australian Native Produce Conference on Monday 3rd May and to Australian schools via the DECS online conference facility, a guided tour of the Adelaide Botanic Gardens to discuss Aboriginal plant use, cookbooks and resources from Le Cordon Bleu, a supply of native spices (plus a stock pot full of other good stuff).

2nd Prize $1,500 CASH and the team can attend the Australian Native Produce Conference, a guided tour of the Adelaide Botanic Gardens, and your school will receive cookbooks and resources from Le Cordon Bleu (plus a saucepan full of other good stuff).

3rd Prize $750 CASH and the team can attend the Australian Native Produce Conference, a guided tour of the Adelaide Botanic Gardens (and your school will receive a cup full of other good stuff).

The top 3 Finalists will present their TV Show “live” at Australia's premier food festival, Tasting Australia, on Sunday 2 May 2010 where they will be judged and the winner announced. Finalists will also be filmed as part of the development of a resource for schools developed by the Children’s Food Education Foundation.

Australian Native Food Industry Limited

Aust Native Food Industry Ltd ANFIL has taken the lead in working with industry, federal and state governments and other organizations to determine and prioritise research and development and market development strategies required to progress the native food industry into the future.
This inaugural ANFIL native food conference, Wild Flavours of Australia is designed to provide up-to-date research and information for those who are already in the native food industry and those who are interested in getting involved. Come an listen to some of the latest research undertaken by ANFIL through the Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation (RIRDC) and by the Queensland DPI.

San Remo - We're Family

San Remo Pasta San Remo has been producing pasta in Australia since 1936. San Remo's manufacturing site in Adelaide combines the traditional Italian pasta making "know how" with the most modern technology. San Remo's Durum wheat mill is one of the largest and most sophisticated in the Australian/South-East Asian region, and was specially designed for the processing of Durum wheat. Thanks to San Remo, our teams will have pasta to cook with and a stage to present on at the Feast of The Senses.

le cordon bleu

LCB Medal Le Cordon Bleu continues to support YG and will provide our winners with a stack of prizes.
All participants will get an apron and cap too!
We think Le Cordon Bleu are fantastique!

  • Young Gourmet Gastronomy is proud of our association with the internationally acclaimed, culinary educator Le Cordon Bleu. If you are asking yourself, "who the heck is Le Cordon Bleu?", then click on ...

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