The major specialist physique for cooks in the British isles, the Craft Guild of Cooks has announced its intention to recognise culinary heroes at a prestigious awards ceremony.


The ‘Recognising Culinary Heroes’ awards replaces the Craft Guild of Cooks yearly awards ceremony. A a person-off party, it aims to celebrate all those who have long gone over and outside of in the course of the pandemic.

The Craft Guild of Chefs has preferred to modify their awards for 2021 to recognise the do the job of chefs across the nation, and those that have put men and women and their group very first. The regular Craft Guild of Cooks Awards will return in June 2022.

The Craft Guild of Cooks are asking people today to nominate chefs if they have:

  • Labored tirelessly and selflessly in adversity.
  • Worked in their neighborhood to support the community or crucial workers.
  • Volunteered to support critical employees.
  • Furnished charitable products and services of aid.

Nominated cooks can do the job any where in the market which include healthcare, schooling, places to eat, pubs, lodges, B&I, functions and food items progress.

Fifty cooks will be chosen by the judges and invited to show up at an unique reception at Landing-42 in London on 23 September 2021.

At the function, the 50 cooks will be awarded with a exclusive lapel badge of recognition and a 5-yr membership to the Craft Guild of Cooks.

The chair of judges is Cyrus Todiwala, who will be presenting the awards. The entry deadline is Friday 18 June. To nominate a chef, go to