Mongolian chefs secure six medals from International Istanbul Gastronomy Festival


Five Mongolian chefs competed in the 14th International Istanbul Gastronomy Festival, held in Istanbul, Turkey, from February 11 to 41, and seized six silver medals in the team and Asian culinary categories.
The Mongolian team included head of the Mongolian Association of Master Chefs (MAMC) and State Master Chef D.Buyandelger, Executive Director of MAMC and State Master Chef R.Batbaatar, Director of the Chefs’ Academy at MAMC J.Otgonpurev, State Master Chef J.Tsagaantsooj, and State Master Chef B.Baigalmaa. The Mongolian team returned to Ulaanbaatar yesterday morning.
D.Buyandelger and R.Batbaatar participated in international jury training organized by the World Association of Chefs’ Societies, and received certificates to participate in international juries. They became the first Mongolians to receive the certification.
A total of 2,000 chefs from 25 countries competed in 70 different categories. A distinguished jury of 100 multinational professionals evaluated the work of the participating chefs.
The festival was organized by the Cooks and Chefs Federation of Turkey and the World Association of Chefs Societies.

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