The Savoy Selected as a Finalist in the Good Food Awardsby Phillip Ashley
We are proud to announce that the Savoy bon bon by Phillip Ashley has been selected as a finalist for the Good Food Awards 2021! The Good Food Foundation highlights farmers and food crafters who are leading the way in quality, sustainability and social responsibility, and we know that Chef Phillip’s concoctions are featured alongside an array of other outstanding finalists. 338 food and drink crafters are in the running for a 2021 Good Food Award, competing against 1,928 entries in 16 categories. The Savoy bon bon is in the running for winner of the confections category.
One of the reasons that the Good Food Awards exist is to promote local, resilient food systems. We recommend taking a look at all of the finalists and consider supporting the food makers who are willing to do things differently. We found Blackberry Farm and Sequatchie Cove Creamery on the list of finalists, producing meat and dairy products right here in Tennessee. Ultimately, we hope that by buying from Good Food Awards Finalists, more people will find a delicious way to align action with intention.
There’s a reason that Chef Phillip selected the Savoy to represent his work in the Good Food Awards. The Savoy is one of his most creative and popular chocolates. Made with St. Agur bleu cheese blended perfectly with white chocolate, we’ve found that it’s often the bleu cheese naysayers that end up loving Savoy the most! Inspired by George Harrison and Eric Clapton’s song Savoy Truffle, it’s only fitting that this dainty and delicious chocolate is named for a region in France famous for its cheese.
Learn more about the Good Food Award finalists here, and be on the lookout for the announcement of the winners in January!