Which exec chefs have gone beyond the call of duty in 2020?

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There are just a few more days to go until the nomination deadline for Kitchen Equipment & Awards Week 2020 – and we’re inviting you to tell us which culinary superstars deserve to be in the running for the ‘Executive Chef of the Year’ accolade.

The award is open to group exec chefs, food & beverage directors and individuals in senior food development roles for multi-site operators, including restaurants, pubs, contract caterers, hotels and care homes.

Previous winners of this prestigious title have included Surendra Yejju of Wagamama and Glenn Evans of Las Iguanas.

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This year has arguably been the toughest and strangest ever for those in senior chef positions, with the national lockdown keeping many away from their kitchens and forcing them to develop menus, create new processes and plan for reopening remotely.

So if you know a chef that has overcome adversity, excelled in what they do or gone to extraordinary lengths to support their colleagues please get nominating!

The nomination process is extremely quick and easy. Simply click on the ‘People Awards’ button in the form below and fill in the boxes required.

Nominations close on Friday 9 October.

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