Saskatchewan chefs throw down for ethical eating challenge
The event was put on by the Saskatchewan Council for International Cooperation
A cooking competition with ethical ambitions was held in downtown Regina Wednesday.
Two chefs were cooking meals on Scarth Street using only local, fair trade, and organic ingredients. They only had 45 minutes to complete their dishes.
Chef Mariana Brito from the Backyard Project and Chef Jenni Willems from Chef Jenni's Catering took part in the event.
Brito ended up winning the top prize. She impressed the judges with her cold peach soup and a broccoli risotto.
Chef Jenni took the loss in stride:
Organizers said the goal is to spread awareness about ethical eating.
The event was put on by the Saskatchewan Council for International Cooperation.