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Monday 11 December 2017
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THTI students slay at Iron Chef competition

Head of Trinidad and Tobago’s culinary team at Taste of the Caribbean 2017, Adrian Cumberbatch, left, samples the creation of T-ann Charles, left, and Jesma David, from the Bread and Butter Crew at the first ever Iron Chef competition hosted by the Tobago Hospitality and Tourism Institute (THTI) on Friday at its Blenheim, Mt St George headquarters.

The Tobago Hospitality and Tourism Institute (THTI) held its first ever Iron Chef competition on Friday at its Blenheim, Mt St George compound with 20 students participating in five teams consisting of a bartender, sous chef, pastry chef and a chef. The teams included Cutting Edge, Bread and Butter Crew, A Little Bit of This and That, Skanking Sweets and Destroyers. Judges for the event were Arthur Patrick, Regnel Clarke and head of Trinidad and Tobago’s culinary team at Taste of the Caribbean 2017, Adrian Cumberbatch. Here are some images of the event.

Pastry chef Shamen Mohammed of team Little Bit of This and That, prepares soursop cupcakes infused with toolum at the first ever Iron Chef competition hosted by the Tobago Hospitality and Tourism Institute (THTI) on Friday at its Blenheim, Mt St George headquarters.

Bartender Kathleen George presents her tequila-based drink to judges Randy Sankar of AMCO, left, and THTI instructor Errol Thomas at the first ever Iron Chef competition hosted by the Tobago Hospitality and Tourism Institute (THTI) on Friday at its Blenheim, Mt St George headquarters.

Iron Chef at Members of the Destroyers’ team T-ann Charles, left, and Jesma David from the Bread and Butter Crew show of their appetiser at the first ever Iron Chef competition hosted by the Tobago Hospitality and Tourism Institute (THTI) on Friday at its Blenheim, Mt St George headquarters.

Solomon Elliot, left, and Maria Emery of team Skanking Sweets, prepare a dish for the judges at the first ever Iron Chef competition hosted by the Tobago Hospitality and Tourism Institute (THTI) on Friday at its Blenheim, Mt St George headquarters.

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