FOR CURRY LOVERS ONLY. Here’s something that may pique your interest if you live in Vancouver. For those not able to attend, I’ve posted one of my Indian curry recipes below.
CHEFS Confirmed for 3rd Annual Curry Cup
[Vancouver, BC] On March 7, 2016, the *Chefs’ Table Society of BC’s third annual Curry Cup returns to Heritage Hall, 3102 Main St., Vancouver from 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm.
Each ticket includes samples of curry from all the teams (listed below); wine from Evolve Cellars, beer from R&B Brewing, alcoholic & non-alcoholic drink samples created by Lauren Mote, and an entertaining evening.
For many chefs and their brigades, curry is the ultimate family-style meal, the proud product of a cook’s cultural heritage.
This year’s COMPETING CHEFS will present their version of a Curry dish:
- Trevor Bird, Fable Kitchen
- Clement Chan, Torafuku
- Justin Cheung, Longtail Kitchen
- Jonathan Chovancek, Cook Culture/Bittered Sling
- Tret Jordan, Homer St. Café
- Roger Ma, Boulevard Kitchen & Oyster Bar
- Frank Gort , Marriott Pinnacle (Showcase Restaurant & Bar)
Last year’s winner, Rob Ratcliffe, Hawksworth Restaurant, will be back this year but this time as a judge, along with Sonia Beeksma, Global BC, Meeru Dhalwala, Vij’s, My Shanti, Rangoli, Barbara- Jo McIntosh, Barbara -Jo’s Books to Cooks, and Mijune Pak, Follow Me Foodie.
Emcee for the evening is once again Vancouver’s “Man About Town” Fred Lee.
Proceeds from the event go to support Growing Chefs, an organization that teaches children how to grow and cook their own food.
|Tickets, $60 (+ taxes & fees), are now on sale and moving quickly. Get yours here. The first 80 tickets purchased will also receive a Chefs’ Table Society of BC organic cotton tote bag (to be picked up at the Curry Cup).
About the Chefs’ Table Society:
*The Chefs’ Table Society of British Columbia is a non-profit society comprised of BC’s leading chefs and culinary professionals. It is a chef-administered, province-wide collaborative dedicated to creating a foundation for the exchange of information between culinary professionals. The Society supports innovative and sustainable programs that will inspire, educate and nurture BC chefs, producers and the local food industry. The Chefs’ Table Society secures apprenticeships for and bestows bursaries to emerging local chefs and also finances culinary education programs in BC schools. For more information or to become a member visit chefstablesociety.com.
Oh; I’m also a poet, but I bet you already know it (or a rapper – ha, ha goofing around)
What I’m not is an official judge of this CC, however my consolation prize is to be a judge of an upcoming new annual Barn Burner BBQ (yeah; bring it on!) event. I’ll tell you about that later. In the meantime….
My “crazy for curry” Indian recipe