On 23rd January 2023, following two times of significant-stage competitors, the victory of Denmark represented by Brian Mark Hansen and his commis Elisabeth Madsen closes the 19th Grand Closing of the Bocuse d’Or, thus succeeding the French Davy Tissot, Bocuse d’Or 2021. The team from Norway, composed of the chef Filip August Bendi and his commis Leon Haarberg Nilsen arrived next and received the Bocuse d’Argent, though Hungary represented by Bence Dalnoki and his commis Patrik Nyikos concluded the podium.

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The 24 associates of the Jury gave their verdict following 5 and a 50 percent hrs of checks, worthwhile approach, item presentation and non-waste.

An impressive and inspiring version for future generations! attests Jérôme Bocuse, President of the Bocuse d’Or. The Feed The Kids take a look at is the excellent expression of the value of introducing younger men and women to having well and therefore carrying the values of tomorrow’s cooks.

All the candidates experienced to highlight monkfish for the platter check, and sublimate squash for the duration of the new “Feed The Kids” check, aimed at selling education on eating nicely among the the young generations.

“I arrived listed here in all humility, to be influenced by those cooks, describes Dominique Crenn, Honorary President of this edition. I loved that there ended up so lots of nations around the world, so numerous distinct cultures, and they all explained to us their tale, not the one of many others. The little ones who viewed the Bocuse d’Or can now say to on their own, I can also be there, I also have a story to notify.”

The success of the Grand Remaining of the Bocuse d’Or 2023

Bocuse d’Or : Denmark – Brian Mark Hansen
Bocuse d’Argent : Norway – Filip August Bendi
Bocuse de Bronze : Hungary – Bence Dalnoki

4th: Sweden – Jimmi Eriksson
5th: France – Naïs Pirollet
6th: Finland – Johan Kurkela
7th: United-Kingdom – Ian Musgrave
8th: Iceland – Sigurjón Bragi Geirsson
9th: United States – Jeffery Hayashi
10th: Switzerland – Christoph Hunziker
11th: Canada – Samuel Sirois
12th: Japan – Tomoyuki Ishii
13th: Estonia – Alexander Gureev
14th: Belgium – Sam Van Houcke
15th: New-Zealand – Will Mordido
16th: Colombia – Carlos Pajaro
17th: China – Nick Yuli Lin
18th: Australia – Alex Mcintosh
19th: Mauritius – Kritesh Halkory
20th: South Korea – Byeonghyen Hwang
21st: Chile – Ari Zuñiga Salas
22nd: Mexico – Marcelo Hisaki
23rd: Morocco – Faical Zahraoui
24th: Sri Lanka – Mihishan Rashminga Silva

Very best commis award: Norway – Leon Haarberg Nilsen
Finest “Feed the Kids” test award: France – Naïs Pirollet
Finest topic on a platter award: Sweden – Jimmi Eriksson
Social Dedication Award: Mexico – Marcelo Hisaki

Soon after his victory through the European alternatives, Brian Mark Hansen when once more succeeded in generating Danish gastronomy shine at this Grand Last, taking in excess of from Ronni Vexøe Mortensen, runner-up in 2021. Primarily based on the topic of fairy tales and motivated by the popular Danish writer Hans Christian Andersen, Brian Mark Hansen’s menu was a strike with the jury.

The up coming significant occasion will be held in Trondheim, Norway, for the Bocuse d’Or Europe 2024, which will acquire put on 19th and 20th March 2024 for the European choices for the next Bocuse d’Or.

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