Aspiring Chefs battle it out at the 3rd Jolly University's Cook-Off Challenge

For aspiring entrepreneurs and budding chefs, the door of learning and career opportunities opens wide once more at Jolly University (JU) as the successful campus-wide search continues to empower young minds on its third consecutive year.

 Prior to the Jolly University Congress event, a University Boot Camp was held, where selected delegates got to learn first-hand from the culinary masters.

They were given hands-on training and seminars featuring industry practitioners such as Food Styling by Jolly University Head Master Chef Mitchie Sison,  Chef Ben Bernardo, among others.

“I am delighted with the turnout of Boot Camp participants this year as we received more inquiries and entries which showed that Jolly University has gained momentum through the years. Ultimately, we aim to inspire these students and may they remember what they have learned here and apply those lessons when they have a food business in the future,” said Jun Cochanco, President of Fly Ace Corp., exclusive marketer and distributor of Jolly Food.

 He was expecting to see a new generation of passionate, talented leaders and entrepreneurs arise from the Boot Camp.  The participants were given a chance to advance their through the Food Congress held last March 4, 2016 at Le Pavillon, Pasay City

Following its overwhelming success in the last two years,  Jolly University  is highly regarded as one of the most prestigious culinary competitions and learning platforms. It offers support, mentorship and training opportunities for novice chefs with workshops on competitive techniques and skill demonstrations. Opportunities to tap into the knowledge of experienced competitors and mentors abound.

This year's competition had proven to be difficult. In the Individual category, the judges declared that the cuisine made by representatives from La Consolacion College (2nd Place), University of Sto. Tomas (1st Place), and La Consolacion College (Grand Winner) supreme:

For the Dessert Category of the Group Competition, the culinary teams from the Polytechnic University of the Philippines (2nd Place), University of Sto. Tomas (1st Place), and Philippine Women's University (Grand Winners) bested their fellow contenders using the most delectable recipes using Jolly products. ‪

‬Teams from the University of Sto. Tomas (2nd Place), La Consolacion College (1st Place), and Far Eastern University (Grand Winners) dominated the ‪#‎JollyUniversity2016‬ Group Competition - Pasta Category.

This year’s Jolly University  champions  bbought home products from Fujidenzo, Masflex, Corelle and Glad.

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