Monday, May 20, 2024
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Tom Tsappis shortlisted in Craft Guild of Chefs awards

Tom Tsappis, head chef and co-owner of Killiecrankie House, is one of three shortlisted  in the Restaurant Chef category in the Craft Guild of Chefs awards 2024. The other nominees are George Blogg, Executive Head Chef, Gravetye Manor Hotel & Restaurant, Sussex and Daniel Rogan, Chef Owner, AO by Daniel Rogan, Southampton.

Tom said, ”I’m, over the moon to be a shortlisted nominee in the Craft Guild of Chef Awards 2024. As a chef you have to be passionate about what you do, and awards like this play a significant part in shaping you as a chef, helping you to develop and evolve, by benchmarking you alongside  your industry peers. However, the reality is that you are only as good as the members of the team you work alongside day in and day out – so being shortlisted also recognises their efforts too because without their input none of what we do would be possible.”

As part of the awards process Tom and his fellow chefs are assessed against a series of criteria, including their use of local produce, how they support for local farmers and producers and the wider community in which they operate, as well as their culinary creativity, team management, the way they develop their team and how they have made a contribution to the industry as a whole.

Matt Owens, chair of the Craft Guild of Chefs, said, “I wish each and every one of you the best of luck on the night. It is such an honour to be recognised by your peers to get you this far and it’s why The Craft Guild of Chefs are proud to showcase some of the great talent we have in our industry.”

The winners will be announced in June.



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