Search on for Yorkshire's best young chef

York Press: James Mackenzie, chef-owner of The Pipe and Glass Inn, and Alison Johnson, business development manager at the Yorkshire Wolds Cookery School James Mackenzie, chef-owner of The Pipe and Glass Inn, and Alison Johnson, business development manager at the Yorkshire Wolds Cookery School

The chef and owner of one of only five Michelin-starred restaurants in Yorkshire is searching for the county's best young chef.

For the second year running, James Mackenzie of the Pipe and Glass Inn, at South Dalton, has teamed up with the Yorkshire Wolds Cookery School and farming company JSR, both based at Southburn, near Driffield, to invite teenage chefs to compete for the coveted Golden Apron 2014.

The competition is sponsored by food suppliers Cranswick plc and supermarket giants Sainsbury’s.

The three finalists will cook alongside Mr Mackenzie at The Pipe and Glass, recently named as The Good Pub Guide’s Yorkshire Dining Pub of the Year for 2014, and the winner will be given a work placement with Cranswick plc, working on the Sainsbury’s account with their new product development team.

The Golden Apron is open to young chefs living in Yorkshire and aged between 14 and 19 years old, who are invited to enter at goldenapron.co.uk

The deadline for entries is January 31.

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