On September 1 at Open Hearth Park in Sydney, Nova Scotia, Right Some Good is hosting Nova Scotia’s first international black box reveal competition. Eight master chefs from around the world compete in a black box format competition. Not knowing the food contents of the box prior to the event, each chef will devise a main course that features the local ingredient contained in the black box.
The panel of judges will consist of five taste testers, four of whom have been chosen based on their food knowledge and expertise. Right Some Good is seeking the perfect candidate to be the fifth judge based on their passion for food. Submissions for the social media competition, Who is the Biggest Foodie?, will be accepted until July 29 at 5pm. The actual competition begins on July 31 and ends on August 7 at 5pm.
Right Some Good welcomes the winner of the competition to the judging panel and will also provide meals – continental breakfast at the Spanish Bay Inn, two $50 gift cards for Governor’s Pub, two $50 tickets for gourmet street food, a $250 gas card, and two-nights accommodations at the Spanish Bay Inn in Sydney on Saturday, August 31 and Sunday, September 1.
With competitors who have participated in Bravo’s Top Chef Masters, have won the Food & Wine magazine’s “Best New Chefs” and have worked alongside Bobby Flav, determining the winner will be no easy feat.
Participants in the Who Is the Biggest Foodie? competition will need to show voters why they would be the best person to taste their way through what is guaranteed to be the most exciting cooking competition Nova Scotia has ever seen.
Right Some Good brings Cape Breton to the world by creating extraordinary culinary experiences alongside dynamic local culture in unexpected venues throughout the Island. This 10-day series combines the finest culinary talent from around the world and fuses it with the best quality local ingredients, local music, culture and history all set against the beautiful backdrop of Cape Breton – named the most beautiful island in North American and third best island in the world by Travel and Leisure magazine.
Detailed chef’s bios are now online at RightSomeGood.ca. Tickets are on sale now for the pop-up dinners and the cooking class with a master chef.