Varli Cook Off

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Varli Cook-Off

Want to know who the next great chef will be? The Varli Cook-Off has the answer as a number of Top Chefs will work in a race against time to make the most delicious cuisines on Sunday, September 10, 2017
Masterchef Sanjeev Kapoor, Chef KN Vinod, will judge the exciting competition!
Sanjeev Kapoor
Master Chef
Chef KN Vinod
Indique, DC
Participating Chefs
More Contestants to be added soon
Chef Roshni Gurnani

She has a unique fusion style of cooking, blending different cultures together. Her hard work and dedication has brought her to where she is today. In 2009, Roshni was awarded “Chopped Champion” on the hit Food Network show Chopped. That same year she was also the first chef in Boston to introduce healthy restaurant-style quality food into college campuses and was featured in the Boston Globe newspaper. This triggered the healthy food scene throughout colleges in Massachusetts. Roshni’s wide travels and vast knowledge and hunger for the culinary world has awarded her as being one of the top 5 Indian chefs in USA by India Currentsmagazine in 2011. In 2011, Roshni was also invited to be the featured chef for Masala, Mendhi, Masti in Toronto, Canada, North America’s largest South Asian festival. In 2012, Roshni was a contestant on the very popular FOX TV show Hell’s Kitchen with Michelin Star chef Gordon Ramsay. She was the only chef among 18 that Chef Ramsay addressed as a “passionate, well-rounded chef that blended flavors magically. 'In 2014 Chef Gurnani was award the best taste award for the Austin wine and dine festival as well as first place in the taste of BVI. She was recently awarded Top Chef Las Vegas by Las Vegas food and wine festival. She also recently was second winner at the Austin Horseshoe Bay wine and dine festival 2016. In 2017 Chef Rosh was invited to The Mohegan Sun "Sun Fest Wine festival" as a celebrity chef among Chefs such as Aaron Sanchez, Mario Batali and Todd English.

Apart from having her own catering and consulting company, as well as, a cook book author, chef Roshni is a professor at the Art Institute of Houston. Chef Roshni believes "food is a journey, not a destination.'


     






     
 







 
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