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13.30 Doors open Nordic Forward Trend seminar
14.00-17.00 Nordic Forward Trend seminar
16.30 Doors open White Guide Nordic 2017-18 reception
17.00-18.30 White Guide Nordic 2017-18 reception
Global Gastronomy Award announcement
White Guide Nordic countdown
18.30-22.00 White Guide Nordic dinner by Kamilla Seidler (Gustu, Bolivia)
Serving up the Nordics – with Nordic Forward and Global Gastronomy
The 2017-18 edition of the White Guide Nordic will be released on Monday, June 26 – featuring almost 350 restaurants in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden, including the Faroe Islands, Greenland and Svalbard.
After previous releases in Oslo, Helsinki and Stockholm the White Guide Nordic will have its first release in Copenhagen including a Nordic Forward Trend Seminar, the White Guide Global Gastronomy Award laureate announcement and the White Guide Nordic dinner.
For more information, go to whiteguide-nordic.com
Nordic Forward Trend Seminar
2004 turned out to be a defining year for the Nordic gastro scene when 12 top chefs came together to put the Nordic region on the gastronomic world map and the New Nordic Manifesto was born. A new generation of Nordic chefs have made their mark from New York to Hong Kong and Bolivia, spreading the gospel of the manifesto. By 2017, the hype is over, but the impact is huge – and growing. All over the world we see the principles of the New Nordic Manifesto applied to national, regional and local cuisines, creating a richly varied global gastronomy helping us to combat environmental threats and climate challenges, along with pride over local assets and traditions and how they translate into new insights and initiatives the world over. New Nordic fast-Forward – the New Global?
See the full trend seminar program and speaker line up here.
White Guide Nordic gala dinner by Kamilla Seidler
Born in Copenhagen, Kamilla is the executive chef of Restaurant GUSTU in Bolivia. GUSTU’s objective is to endow youth with abilities and knowledge to start their own businesses, creating a value chain that constantly vitalizes Bolivian cuisine. Kamilla was awarded Latin America’s Best Female Chef in 2016 and GUSTU is ranked N°14 by « Latin America’s 50 Best Restaurants ». Kamilla is spearheading the White Guide Nordic gala dinner. The gala dinner menu is developed together with culinary students from Hotel- & Restaurantsskolen (Copenhagen Culinary College). The dessert is created by Carsten Kej, Head of Danish Pastry Team.
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