May 24, 2015


Food & Drink

Local chefs flex their muscles at Gold Medal Plates culinary competition

A chef puts the finishing touches on an appetizer dish.
Some finished appetizers await the hungry guests.
About 500 people attended the gala.
Canadian Olympians Curt Harnett and Susan Auch.
Judges James Chatto, National Culinary Advisor, and Christine Hanlon inspect an appetizer.
Judges speak to chef Eric Lee of Pizzeria Gusto.
Chef Eric Lee
Finishing touches are added.
A team works on their appetizer dish.
The funds raised go to the Canadian Olympic Foundation.
Kelly Cattani of Elements the Restaurant
Michael Schafer of Sydney's at The Forks.
Terry Gereta of Mise, Haute Prairie Cuisine.
Terry Gereta of Mise, Haute Prairie Cuisine.
 Timothy Palmer of The Velvet Glove.
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A chef puts the finishing touches on an appetizer dish. -
Some finished appetizers await the hungry guests. -
About 500 people attended the gala. -
Canadian Olympians Curt Harnett and Susan Auch. -
Judges James Chatto, National Culinary Advisor, and Christine Hanlon inspect an appetizer. - Winnipeg Free Press
Judges speak to chef Eric Lee of Pizzeria Gusto. -
Chef Eric Lee - Winnipeg Free
Finishing touches are added. -
A team works on their appetizer dish. -
The funds raised go to the Canadian Olympic Foundation. -
Kelly Cattani of Elements the Restaurant - Winnipeg Free Press
Michael Schafer of Sydney's at The Forks. -
Terry Gereta of Mise, Haute Prairie Cuisine. -
Terry Gereta of Mise, Haute Prairie Cuisine. -
Timothy Palmer of The Velvet Glove. -
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Updated on Tuesday, October 29, 2013 at 6:20 AM CDT: Changes headline, replaces photo

6:42 AM: adds slideshow

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