21 September 2014

The Myanmar Chefs Association Women's Chapter

The Myanmar Chefs Association Women's Chapter

September 2014

Chef Moe Moe Khaing

Chef Moe Moe Khaing born in 1983 in Yangon started her career at the Sedona Hotel in 1999,- the family well-known in Culinary art as her brother is one of the few excellent Fruit & Vegetable carvers of Myanmar - apparently working still in middle-east since over 10 years as so many talented and now best international trained Myanmar Chefs….

In mid 2005 Chef Moe Moe Khaing went to middle-east to gain more international experience a time when in Yangon and most Myanmar good chefs and international chefs were rare due to the financial Asian situation as well due to many local owner did not see the importance of capacity building in the human resource rich hospitality industry.

Chef Moe Moe Khaing joined the " Fruit & Habtoor Grand Resort and SPA in Dubai - U.A.E for French and Italian fine dining, in 2005 she came back and joined the Summit Parkview for a while - just to have the second set of international culinary training and more experience from international well known chefs as in Myanmar still there was a big lack of a top culinary scene and she went back to Dubai again, until mid-2014.

Quickly she rose to fame in the Middle East, by winning several bronze and silver medals and top awards in the middle-east culinary competitions over the past years as individual as well as team member plus the special awards as.
Female Chef of the year 2008,

Best Hygiene Chef in 2013,

Gold medals " 1. Prize" as team member in 2012 and 2013,-

International Train the Trainer certification 2014,

Chef in charge for several Mediterranean Kitchens

These are just some stations Chef Moe Moe Khaing mastered with excellence in her young live.

Sure Chef Moe Moe Khaing is a good candidate for the 2015 upcoming invitations to Myanmar chefs and international culinary competitions in the Asian region. She loves food competitions and the challenge which comes with it.

"….. I am proud of our Country Myanmar and that is why I want to improve myself all the time and so to improve our country Myanmar for a better future…", she said  "….. Now I love to work in Myanmar and be with MCA and like to work hard to become a famous Chef in Myanmar... ", Chef Moe Moe Khaing continues.

At the age of 10, she joined the daily cooking of her mother and day by day it became clear to her that " To be a good Chef one day " was her vision. It proves that most good chefs in the world come back to their mothers excellent cooking and seasoning skills what so ever cuisine it is -- does not matter,- the training of the pallet and to make the most of little - make people happy through food is what a mothers - most mothers daily challenges and so happiness is.

Chef Moe Moe Khaing told us that she enjoys every minute cooking and loves to create new dishes and food for others.

She just came back from Middle-east and will start soon to work in Myanmar at a fine Dining kitchen preferred. At present she takes some time off but not to just do nothing -- direct she joined the Young Chefs Myanmar and the Food safety workshop, the Pastry training project and supported MCA event on 20.8.2014 with USDA and US Trade for Myanmar Cuisine with US Products and Traditional Myanmar Cuisine promote to USA cities and restaurants.      

A few minutes working together with Chef Moe Moe Khaing and she will show you all the experience she has not much words but jobs get done in a flash, clean and highly professionally done,- and the ability to think around the corner and for others ahead of issues, with mostly a solution already at hand.

This is an ability not easy to find in Myanmar - so it is an essential tool for a chef to stay the daily challenges and pressure at a job which is not always easy, which does not always fits into social activities where the close friends are already.  

Chef Moe Moe Khaing sure has the right spirit, big experience of international top fine dining and the right human attitude to grow big in the hospitality of Myanmar soon.

We wish her all the luck - our full support & culinary trust she gained within a shortest time already happy to have her around, among the many other young Myanmar chefs of a great generation - ready to take the helmet in the near future and lead Myanmar Hospitality independent as Culinary over experts at international standards.

For info only, we will have such feature now monthly in the MCA Myanmar Chefs website 

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