2 Lebanese Just Won At The Le Cordon Bleu Competition

Lebi Press

Two Lebanese women, Nayla Abou Beshara and Lara Abou Samra, secured the second position in a culinary competition hosted by the prestigious Le Cordon Bleu in Paris, coinciding with the Olympic Games in France.

With over seven hundred participants, each represented by a duo, the competition showcased skills in both savory and sweet cuisine.

Among the ten finalists were the Lebanese Lara Abou Samra and Nayla Abou Beshara, who won the second prize.

Minister of Industry in the caretaker government, MP George Bouchikian, expressed his pride in Lebanese talents, highlighting their consistent success in international competitions.

He emphasized that “Lebanese individuals excel wherever given the opportunity, attributing their achievements to their openness to the world, knowledge, multilingualism, and adaptability.”

Le Cordon Bleu is a global network of hospitality and culinary schools, offering education in hospitality management, culinary arts, and gastronomy.

The culinary competitions organized by the school invite participants to form teams of two and represent their favorite country, participating in a variety of culinary challenges.

This competition supports aspiring chefs, recognizes culinary talent, and inspires students to pursue culinary studies.

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