Hyderabad 20th October 2022: Every Year 20 th of October is celebrated as the International Chefs Day all over the World. On this day various Chef Organizations plan events as a tribute and respect to all the chef community who work hard to get tasty and healthy food on to the plate. The chef’s Hat is the most respected gear of a professional chef as he sweats for years to earn this title.
Brand CAI is the first recognized Culinary School of India affiliated to the 5star NAAC- Osmania University, Hyderabad. It is 25 years young and has to its credit 3 World Records and 1 Guinness Book of World Records. Apart from imparting quality Culinary Education to young passionate students, it is known for its unique out of the box thinking in conducting activities.
To commemorate the International Chefs Day Celebrations, Brand CAI has decided to dedicate the event to the Professional Chefs Hat by displaying the World’s Tallest Chef’s Hat at its academy premises. The present Guinness World record is held by Odilon Ozare who made a Chef hat having a height of 15ft 9inches and it is worn over his head. Brand CAI plans to surpass this height by making a chef’s hat of 18feet in height and 6ft in diameter. The hat will be only for display.
The other unique thing about the hat will be the theme revolving around the millets. Since the
Ministry of Agriculture, Govt. of India and the United Nations has declared 2023 as the Year of
Millets, the Chef Hat will have a theme revolving around Millets. Telangaana is also known as
the land of millets and having the Chef’s hat with millets around it will be apt.
The Academy as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility will even serve under privileged
children 5 Star Healthy Food cooked and served by the professional team of Chef
Instructors and Students. The children will be provided with to and fro transportation and will
get healthy millet banana bread as a take away to celebrate the INTERNATIONAL CHEFS DAY. Prof. Laxminarayana, Registrar of Osmania University, Hyderabad has agreed to be the Chief Guest for the occasion.