Steelite is excited to present the 2016 Rust Belt Rising Stars Art of Presentation contest featuring talented chefs from Pittsburgh, Cleveland and Detroit. This contest is all about the beauty of presentation, so take a look! Please vote for the Chef that created your favorite plating presentation.
Check out the images* in each Chef’s plating gallery shown below, then use the poll to vote. The deadline to vote is Friday, December 2nd at 3 pm EST. The winner will be announced on Wednesday, December 7th at the Awards Ceremony & Tasting Gala. The winning chef receives $5,000 towards Steelite International product of their choice (at a discounted price) and a ticket to the 2017 StarChefs International Chefs Congress with a spot in Steelite’s Art of Presentation Pop Up. Please only vote ONCE.
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*All images provided by StarChefs.com
Chef Nick Janutol of Forest Grill
Main image: Black Rice, Tomato, Cobia, and Toasted Nori
Chef David Kocab of Trentina
Main image: Ama Koji Grouper Collar, Rye Shio Koji, ISI Hollandaise, and Sumac
Chef Brett Sawyer of Plum Cafe & Kitchen
Main image: Nashville Cold Chicken: Pickle, Bourbon-Truffle Honey, Lardo Breadcrumb, and Crispy Skins
Chef John Vermiglio of Grey Ghost
Main image: Summer Squash, Farro, Kalamata Olives, and Yogurt
Chef Brad Greenhill of Katoi
Main image: Wok-charred Brassicas: Napa Cabbage, Chinese Broccoli, Miso, Tahini, Pickled Chiles, Rice Crispies, and Mint
Chef Ben Hall of Russell Street Deli
Main image: Summer Parsnips, Broccoli Leaves, Sorrel, Pork Cheek, House Shichimi Egg, and Brodo
Chef James Rigato of Mabel Gray
Main image: Roasted Michigan Beet Salad: Yogurt, Peach, Macadamia Nuts, Michigan Blueberry Agrodolce, and Herbs
Chef Jamilka Borges of Spoon
Main image: Skate, Cauliflower, Mushroom, Rice, Salsa Verde, and Golden Raisin Chutney
Chefs Kate Lasky and Tomasz Skowronski of Apteka
Main image: Kartofle z Jogurtem: Potatoes, Apple-Cabbage Kraut, Cashew-Almond Yogurt, Ligonberries, and Dried Apple