Prince Carl Philip attends the Chef of the Year competition

The Prince presents the Gastronomic Academy's Gold Dairy Award to the Chef of the Year 2014, Filip Fastén. Photo: Henrik Montgomery/TT

The Prince was a member of jury group 2, which judged the modern dish. The dish consisted of Atlantic cod and scallops. Photo: royalcourt.se

On Friday 7 February, Prince Carl Philip was a member of the jury for the Chef of the Year competition, and presented the Chef of the Year 2014 award to the winner, Filip Fastén.

The competing chefs first cooked roasted Swedish duck à l'orange, which was carved in front of the judges. Dish number two was a modern dish using Atlantic cod and scallops. The Prince was a member of jury group 2, which judged the modern dish.

The Prince then presented the Gastronomic Academy's Silver Dairy Award to Martin Brag, and the Gold Dairy Award to the winner, Filip Fastén.

Chef of the Year

The Chef of the Year is the official Swedish championship for professional cooking. The winner is presented with the Gastronomic Academy's Gold Dairy Award and is awarded the title Chef of the Year.

The competition has been arranged by Swedish dairy companies in association with the Gastronomic Academy, the Swedish Chefs' Association and the Chef of the Year Association since 1983.