Team France serves up their samplers which included cassoulet and a salad with duck confit.

Selkirk College students compete for Top Chef

The public got to pick the winners at last weeks Selkirk College Top Chef 2012 tasting food from around the globe.

Students from Selkirk College’s hospitality and tourism programs took the public on a culinary adventure last Thursday as they invited the community to pick the Top Chef 2012.

There were four teams representing different regions and their cuisine.

Each team served a tasting plate featuring a starter, two mains and a dessert.

Oasis offered up Carribean and tropical inspired food with a yam and peanut soup

The French team had items like salad with duck confit and a cassoulet.

From the Korea team there was braised beef short rib lettuce wraps and a green tea ice cream dessert.

The big winner of the night was team Mediterranean who served up treats like a sundried tomato marinated chicken popsicle and roasted vegetable tower with a balsamic reduction.

In addition to tasting delicious food, guests were able to participate in a raffle for some great prizes from local businesses such as a selection of wines, and the big prize was a one night stay at the Prince Wales Hotel in Waterton National Park.


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