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Lady’s Choice issues challenge to chefs and cooks

The challenge has been issued and the final call is being made for all cooks and chefs all over the country to submit their best recipe ideas made extraordinary with Unilever Food Solutions’ Lady’s Choice Real Mayonnaise.

The first of its kind culinary competition that invites chef and cooks all over the Philippines to showcase their best tasting creations with top mayonnaise brand Lady’s Choice, The Real Chef Challenge will see the winner taking home P100,000 in cash plus a shot at fame via a TV exposure for his/her winning dish and his food establishment.

“We are very excited about the new and big mayonnaise-infused recipe ideas coming in from cooks and chefs around the Philippines,” said Seanta Pasic-Reyes, UFS Philippines marketing manager. “We are ecstatic to find out how they can bring the use of mayonnaise, a staple ingredient in the kitchen, to a new level of experience for diners.”

Chefs and cooks across the country are challenged to test their culinary acumen by innovating the use of mayonnaise in a Hot Signature Dish or a Salad and Sandwich Combo recipe entry, which they can submit online via www.ufs.com/realchef until October 31, 2015. 

The top 24 finalists will face each other in a grand taste testing event to be attended by diners and culinary experts on November 25, 2015. Their creations will be carefully scrutinized by celebrity Chef Pablo “Boy” Logro; Chef Edward Bugia, owner of Pino Kitchen Studio and Backyard MNL; and Chef Brando Santos, Senior Sous Chef of UFS, to find out the best #LCRealChef mayo innovation dish from the Real Chef Challenge.

 To know more about the Real Chef Challenge and to see how you can make your dishes tastier and more creative using Lady’s Choice Real Mayonnaise, visit www.UFS.com/realchef. 

Topics: real mayonnaise

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