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Monica Galetti's Former Head Chef Hosts A Workshop In Beautiful Samoa

Our client, the Samoa Tourism Authority hosted a workshop with industry chefs in collaboration with renowned chef, Sven-Hanson Britt. The workshop aimed at enhancing the skills and knowledge of local chefs and promoting Samoa's cuisine in the global market.

Britt is a world-renowned chef with over 25 years of experience in the culinary industry. He has worked in some of the world's top restaurants and hotels, including the Four Seasons and Mandarin Oriental. More recently, he worked in London as Head Chef for Samoa born MasterChef judge and TV presenter, Monica Galetti, in her Fitzrovia based restaurant Mere.

Chef Britt is known for his innovative cooking techniques and his passion for using locally sourced ingredients. During his visit to Samoa, he met with local chefs to share his expertise and engage in discussions on the challenges and opportunities facing the industry. The workshop covered a range of topics, including menu development, food presentation, and culinary trends.

The event was attended by chefs from some of the country's leading hotels and restaurants, including Taumeasina Island Resort, Sheraton Samoa Beach Resort, and many others. The participants had the opportunity to learn from Chef Britt's experience and apply his techniques to their cooking.

The workshop was a crucial step in promoting Samoa's cuisine and enhancing the skills of local chefs. Samoa has a rich culinary tradition, and the workshop aimed to showcase the country's unique flavors and ingredients to the global market. The participants were encouraged to use locally sourced ingredients in their dishes and promote sustainable cooking practices.

In addition to the workshop, Chef Britt also had the opportunity to explore Samoa's natural beauty and cultural heritage. He visited some of the country's top attractions, including the Piula Cave Pool, Lalomanu Beach, and the Robert Louis Stevenson Museum. He also had the chance to sample some of Samoa's traditional dishes, including palusami, sapasui, and oka.

CEO of Samoa Tourism Toleafoa Pativaine Petaia-Tevita said Britt's trip to Samoa was a tremendous success for the local culinary industry. The workshop provided local chefs with invaluable knowledge and skills, and the collaboration with a world-renowned chef helped to promote Samoa's cuisine to the global market.

"We are grateful for the opportunity to host such an accomplished professional like Sven Britt, a well-known London-based Chef, and we are confident that his visit will contribute significantly to our industry's growth and development."

The event was a crucial step in ensuring that Samoa continues to be recognized as a top culinary destination and that the country's unique flavors and ingredients are celebrated around the world.

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