The Chef of Ajanta Distinctive Indian cuisine and the author of Taste of the Himalayas cookbook is one of the short-listed chefs for Favorite Chef contest. He is one of the well-known Indian and Himalayan restaurant chefs of Berkeley managing three restaurants in Berkeley since 2004 is a passionate chef award-winning poet, blogger author, and social worker. The competition is called “Favorite Chef,” where cooking extraordinary from across the globe competes to be the world’s Favorite Chef of 2021. They would receive $50,000 and be featured in a sponsored double-page spread in one of the largest cooking publications in the world. Voting begins online at noon Tuesday, Feb. 16. People can vote for their favorite chef once every 24 hours. But they have to have a Facebook account. The winner of the contest will be determined in a series of public online voting. Votes can be cast for Chef Thapa to this link Clik this link to vote
He is one of 15 finalists who were selected by the magazine for public voting. Voting for the first round ends Feb. 25. Here is the competition schedule: Top 15 (Starts February 16th and Ends February 25th) – Public voting will help reduce each group to the top fifteen Entrants. Top 10 (Starts February 25th and Ends March 4th) – Public voting will help reduce each group to the top ten Entrants. Top 5 (Starts March 4th and Ends March 11th) – Public voting will help reduce each group to the top five Entrants.
According to the information provided by Favorite Chef Competition Celebrity Chef Eddie Matney will host the Favorite Chef Competition and provide cooking tips, encouragement, and insight that will lead one talented chef on the path to victory!
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