Christian Catania will be representing Malta in the International Chef Olymbiad in India, a competition designed for the world’s best culinary students.
“I’ve always loved cooking. I’ve loved it ever since I can remember and I aspire to have a career within the industry. I decided to participate in this competition because I feel it’s an amazing experience that will expose me to more opportunities in the sector, whether I win or not,” Christian shares with a Maltese news source.
#YCO2020 There's no greater love than the love for food" Christian Catania to represent #Malta at the world's biggest culinary competition.7⃣ days days until the #YCO2020 brings the world together towards a sustainable future!India in Malta – High Commission of India, MaltaMalta India Visit Malta VisitMalta #sustainability #culinarycompetition AM
Publiée par Young Chef Olympiad sur Mardi 21 janvier 2020
Young Chef Olympiad started with a vision of being the best platform to bring the world closer, via food as food unites people. This will be the 6th edition of the competition.
The competition has changed greatly since its first edition, where it welcomed representatives from 15 countries. Now in its sixth edition, it is set to welcome chefs from 55 countries, split into six different categories and spread over four cities in India: Delhi, Goa, Bangalore and Pune.
This is not the first time Malta has taken part in the competition. Malta also contested in the Young Chef Olympiad through Cheftestant Reuben Borg, mentored by Stefan Hogan.
Chris will be participating in the Olympiad from January 28, the opening night, to the finals on February 2.
Good luck Chris!