ARE YOU A FOODIE?
PUT YOUR TASTE BUDS TO THE TEST…
Want to learn how to judge food like a pro? This is your opportunity.
Michigan’s Chef Challenge (MCC) is holding a “Licensed to E.A.T.™” Judges Certification Class
@ the King’s Court Castle
in Canterbury Village, Lake Orion, MI.
The class will be taught by Mike McCloud, founder of the World Food Championships (WFC) and E.A.T. judging methodology creator. Learn how to judge food based on Execution, Appearance and Taste, the three key ingredients to every cooking competition.
Since inception, WFC’s “Licensed to E.A.T.™” judging classes have certified more than 3,000 foodies from far and wide –– spanning from California to Tanzania, Africa and everywhere in between.
The MCC and WFC are bringing YOU a one-of-a-kind, food-filled day of fun. “Licensed to E.A.T.™ Detroit.” The best part? YOU will have the opportunity to put your new skills to the test. At the conclusion of the E.A.T.™ Methodology training, attendees will actually judge championship-caliber tastings provided by MCC to simulate real-world scenarios.
At the end of the class you will have earned your E.A.T. Certification Gold Card and be eligible to judge at any Michigan’s Chef Competitions AND at the World Food Championships.
Class Tickets Include:
Entry to class
All training materials needed
Food to judge
E.A.T. Certification Card (to be mailed upon completion of class)
King’s Court Castle
in Canterbury Village
2359 Joslyn Road,
Lake Orion, MI
You could be selected to be a judge at one of the MCC events.
You help pick the winner of the Golden Ticket. The winner of the Golden Ticket is eligible to compete at the WFC in Dallas, TX
If you are selected to be a judge at a MCC event will receive FREE admission to the event you are judging, PLUS one (1) ticket to any other MCC event.
You will be tasting sample size portions of both savory and sweet foods, made specifically for learning how to judge objectively.
Samples are just that…SAMPLES. They are not intended to be a full meal. Don’t come to the class starving, but don’t come full either.