The Swedish Junior Culinary Team, under the direction of Culinary Arts Advanced Program chef - instructor Peter Jelksäter, won Olympic gold at the chef Olympics, which was held in Germany.
Chef Olympics takes place only once every four years.The team consisted of eight chefs and confectioners, between the ages of 20 and 24, who had spent a year and a half preparing for the prestigious competition..
Coach: Peter Jelksäter and Marcus Bremdahl.
Members of the junior culinary team:
Chefs and Confectioners: Sebastian Peterson, Inez Mannerstedt, Kasper Kleihs, Annie Lundin, Douglas Fagerman, Ludwig Tjörnemo, Eric Seger, Gustav Leonhardt.
The competition took place in Erfurt, Germany and lasted for four days. The results were announced on Wednesday, the winners were participants from Sweden, leaving behind strong teams from Switzerland and Norway.
Peter Jelksäter - SWISSAM Hospitality Business & Culinary Arts School Culinary Arts Advanced program's teacher, played a big role in preparing our graduate student Alexander Mishin for the contest "Chaine Des Rottiseurs". In 2015, Alexander Mishin won first place in the 12th traditional competition of young chefs of the Russian branch of the international association of the Chaine des Rotisseurs (La Chaine des Rotisseurs), and was given the opportunity to represent Russia at the international final of the competition, there, he was among the 7 best participants.
Everyone at SWISSAM Hospitality Business & Culinary arts School, from the bottom of our hearts, congratulate Peter Jelksäter, and look forward for new meetings with him in the walls of our school!