Tim will now go on to compete in the Master Chefs of Great Britain Young Chef of the Year competition, to be held next year.
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MCGB stands for Master Chefs of Great Britain
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Tim will now go on to compete in the Master Chefs of Great Britain Young Chef of the Year competition, which will be held next year.
Meanwhile, Colin Pressdee, author of The FoodWales eating out guide 2011 (published by Graffeg), said other noteworthy eating houses that could make it into next year's Michelin Guide include: 1861 in Cross Ash, near Abergavenny, where chef Simon King trained with the Roux brothers, and Tan-y-Foel in Llanrwst, Snowdonia, where Janet Pitman, the chef and proprietor, is a member of The Master Chefs of Great Britain and holds the three AA Red Rosette award.
But a central attraction will be the interactive Fine Food Forum featuring tastings and demos by Master Chefs of Great Britain, says Sarah Harvey, marketing manager at organiser Fresh RM.
LoSalt has 66% less sodium in it than common salt or sea salt, and this variety of salt is endorsed by The Master Chefs of Great Britain.
He became a fellow of the Master Chefs of Great Britain last year when Tyddyn Llan was named as The Good Food Guide readers' favourite restaurant inWales.
DAILY Post food writer Bryan Webb, owner of the acclaimed Tyddyn Llan, Llandrillo near Corwen, has been made a fellow of the prestigious Master Chefs of Great Britain.
As a Master Chefs of Great Britain member, Iain brings with him a wealth of expertise including the management of seven dining outlets across the St Andrew's Bay Resort.