For the first time, Hornbill Master Chef, an indigenous Naga cuisine cooking competition will be held at Hornbill Festival 2013 at Kisama Heritage Village. The competition will be held on December 2, 3 and from 5 to 9 starting from 11am to 2.00pm.
Speaking to the media on Friday here, Alezo Kense, an organizer informed that as a follow-up of the recent Naga Chef, the Hornbill Master Chef will see the contenders of the Naga Chef Season 1 battling once again on a different format of competition where their skills will be judged by the audience.
The Hornbill Master Chef, Alezo said, aspires to showcase the varied delicacies of the different Naga tribes during the Hornbill Festival 2013. The main objective is to cook and present Naga indigenous cuisines of high quality aiming to reach the level of international standards.
The show will be a live cooking event where the contestants will prepare their best delicious Naga cuisines for the audience. Only 20 plates will be prepared for the guests by each contestant, which will be available for the audience on a first come first serve basis. Each day’s menu will be available at the venue and also highlighted in local dailies.
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