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GUILD. A fraternity or company. Guild hall, the place of meeting of guilds. Beame's, Glanville, 108 (n).

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The Craft Guild of Chefs is the largest UK chefs association with 1,500 members worldwide in foodservice and hospitality, from students and trainees to top management working everywhere from Michelin-starred restaurants to school catering divisions and military units.
1450, (11) it can be determined that this senior fraternity was dominated by the ageing elite of the city, the alderman and more elderly ancients of at least the wealthiest craft guilds, such as the Draper, Dyers, and Mercers.
Look out for 'The Ice Cafe' on stand S2750 (adjacent to the BFFF stand) which this year we are working in collaboration with the Craft Guild of Chefs and Fresh Montgomery to raise the profile of frozen food and showcase its benefits and qualities.
He also has two of the highest industry accolades to his name - the Cateys' Head Chef of the Year 2012 and the Craft Guild of Chefs Restaurant Chef of the Year 2012.
Going head-to-head with the Craft Guild of Chefs National Chef of the Year, Frederick Forster, and the sous chef at the Ritz, Raj Holuss, Mr Bennett had to cook six portions of chicken ballotine with three garnishes which were judged by a panel including TV chef and president of the UK Bocuse Team, Brian Turner.
Sophie began her career at the tender age of 14 and by the time she was 19 had been nominated for The Craft Guild of Young Chef of the Year Award.
Other food personalities who gave a speech applauding Stephen's menu and innovative approach were Andrew Green, National Chairman of the Craft Guild of Chefs, and Dr Shyam Patiar, Director of the Hospitality Skills Academy.
The triumphant team will win a five-day work experience placement with Christopher Basten, executive chef at the Marriott Hotel, County Hall, London, and vice-chairman of the Craft Guild of Chefs.