A Gold Medal for the B.H.M.S. Chef Shaun Leonard and his team at the Culinary World Cup ‘EXPOGAST’ 2018
B.H.M.S. is proud of the success of Chef Shaun Leonard and the Cercle des Chef de Cuisine Lucerne (CCCL) as they won their third gold medal in a row at the Culinary World Cup and finished at an overall second place out of 42 teams in the Culinary World Cup ‘EXPOGAST’ 2018 in Luxembourg!
The B.H.M.S. Executive Chef and Culinary Program Leader, traveled to Luxembourg with the team and participated in the success of the CCCLuzern along with one of the BHMS Culinary Arts students, Mr. Stefan Corbie who got a share in this amazing experience of the Culinary World Cup ‘EXPOGAST’, which was rated as the second most important culinary competition worldwide.
B.H.M.S.' Participation at the Culinary World Cup ‘EXPOGAST’ 2018
During the year 2018, the B.H.M.S. students from the Bachelor in Culinary Arts program, participated in a culinary event, the ‘BHMS Culinary Academy Gold Cup’ competition'.
This was the first time our students participated in a culinary competition with an amazing prize... the trip to Luxembourg to support the Lucerne Culinary Team at the Culinary World Cup.
Our Executive Chef Shaun Leonard, was very impressed with all the students who competed and gave amazing performances. But Stefan Corbie, from Trinidad and Tobago, created the most creative dish and won the Golden Cup and the ticket to Luxembourg!
The B.H.M.S. Executive Chef Shaun Leonard
Chef Shaun Leonard is the current vice president of the Chefs Association which was founded 95 years ago. He himself reformed the culinary team 12 years ago in Luzern and led the team to numerous gold medal successes at many culinary competitions over a 10-year period, including 2 gold medals (2010 & 2014) at the Culinary World Cup in Luxembourg.
B.H.M.S. would like to congratulate our student Stefan Corbie for his participation on the culinary competition in Luxembourg, Chef Leonard and the Cercle des Chef de Cuisine Lucerne team (CCCL) on winning their 3rd gold medal in a row, and the Swiss national team, the Swiss junior team and the Luzerner Kantonsspital teams on winning gold medals in their categories, at the Culinary World Cup ‘EXPOGAST’.
The success of the Swiss teams demonstrates the exceptionally high level of Culinary Arts in Switzerland.
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