Canadian Chefs’ Congress Presents “Mystery Kitchen Tour”

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Local culinary stars supporting the Canadian Chefs’ Congress are reprising their Mystery Kitchen Tour. This time we are located in the beautiful Vancouver Club, one of Vancouver’s oldest, and a Class “A” Heritage building. And, as is fitting for the slightly more formal setting, this dinner is a sit down affair. Seven courses**, paired with wine, prepared and served by seven world class chefs.

Which culinary icons will be preparing the cuisine at the July 30th dinner? Be one of the lucky 100 guests to find out!

Date: Friday, July 30, 2010
Time: 6pm – 10pm
Location: The Vancouver Club -map-
Suggested attire: Smart business casual*
Capacity: Limited to just 100 lucky guests
Price: $125 per person

The chefs – We’ll never tell.
The wines – Some of the best.
The menu – It’s a mystery…
The beneficiary – Young chefs, farmers, fishers, gardeners, foragers & artisanal food producers.

About the Mystery Kitchen Tour

The last Mystery Kitchen Tour was located at The Pacific Insitute of Culinary Arts. The theme: a mystery group of some of Vancouver’s culinary icons preparing, just for you, world class food and serving world class wines as you grazed through different kitchens about the school. The beneficiary: the 2010 Canadian Chefs’ Congress.

Back on June 27th, friends told friends and speculation turned to delight when 100 lucky guests were treated to a menu prepared by the following iconic chefs:

* Angus An – Maenam
* James Walt – Araxi
* Julian Bond – Pacific Institute of Culinary Arts
* Ned Bell – Cabana Bar and Grille
* Neil Taylor – Cibo
* Neil Wyles – Hamilton Street Grill
* Robert Belcham – Refuel, Campagnolo
* Scott Jaeger – The Pear Tree

Friday, July 30th – This time we are located in the beautiful Vancouver Club, one of Vancouver’s oldest, and a Class “A” Heritage building. And, as is fitting for the slightly more formal setting, this dinner is a sit down affair. Seven courses**, paired with wine, prepared and served by seven world class chefs.

Which culinary icons will be preparing the cuisine at the July 30th dinner? Be one of the lucky 100 guests to find out!

Register for Mystery Kitchen Tour at The Vancouver Club in Vancouver, British Columbia on Eventbrite.

The Beneficiary

The 2010 Canadian Chefs’ Congress, themed as Oceans for Tomorrow, takes place September 11th & 12th in association with the Chefs’ Table Society of BC and our title sponsor, the BC Shellfish Growers Association. That weekend, chefs, cooks, apprentices and culinary students from across Canada will converge on Providence Farm in the heart of the beautiful Cowichan Valley for two days of conversation and deliberation on the state of our water ways, our effect on marine life and what constructive steps can be taken to improve the health of our oceans. Attendees will have the opportunity to sample Canadian inspired dishes from leading provincial and territorial chefs from across the country. As host, BC chefs will present the very best that our province has to offer. The weekend will be a series of unique tastes and experiences as you munch and mingle with fellow chefs, sipping BC wines, ales, beers, ciders, and mead. For full schedule details visit canadianchefscongress.com/british-columbia.

The Canadian Chefs’ Congress connects chefs to our land in solidarity with farmers, fishers, gardeners, foragers and all artisanal food producers. The Canadian Chefs’ Congress is a biennial gathering of chefs from across Canada that reinforces the passion and integrity of Canadian Food Culture. canadianchefscongress.com

* The Vancouver Club is a private club and has a dress code that excludes denim, sport clothing and casual footwear such as flip flops and running shoes.

**The menu will be a set menu and as such substitutions at time of service will not be possible. We ask that your palate is open to anything as befits the night, however if you have a severe food allergy it is incumbent upon you to let us know in advance so those substitutions can be allowed for.

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