Chefs for Canada • Chefs for Kids
David Wong, the Canadian candidate for the Bocuse d'Or 2009, would like to invite you to a very special evening in support of Bocuse d'Or Canada and Breakfast for Learning.
Wednesday, April 30, 2008
6 pm Reception and Silent Auction | Dinner 7pm | Live Auction
The Fairmont Royal York Hotel
100 Front Street West, Toronto, Ontario
Tickets $225 per person (a tax receipt will be issued for $100 per ticket)
Attire: business casual
Top Canadian chefs from Toronto and area will come together for one night to prepare a culinary experience that will be the talk of the town for weeks to come. This is a highly unique event that will tantalize your taste buds in a gastronomic adventure. The evening will also include a silent and live auction featuring amazing vintages of wines, exclusive travel and dining opportunities as well as products from world-renowned culinary brands.
There are limited seats available. Order your tickets now and prepare for an amazing night that will feature the finest food and wine. Download the order form (PDF, 347 KB).
About Bocuse d'Or
In January 2009 the very best chefs from twenty-four countries will convene in Lyon, France for the most demanding culinary competition in the world. Legendary French chef Paul Bocuse and Albert Romain, organizer of the trade exhibition, founded the Bocuse d'Or in 1987. Their vision was to create a competition that would bring the greatest chefs out from behind closed doors and onto the world stage. They wanted to share the atmosphere and life of a great kitchen and give an international audience the opportunity to see these great chefs at work. www.bocusedorcanada.ca
About Breakfast For Learning
Bocuse d'Or Canada is proud to be a supporter of Breakfast for Learning (BFL). BFL helps communities to start and sustain successful school nourishment programs. As the nation's lead advocate for quality nutrition in schools, BFL champions a made-in-Canada model that brings together public, private and volunteer sectors to provide nutritious food in caring, family-centered programs. As well, BFL supports ongoing research that demonstrates how good nutrition benefits learning. www.breakfastforlearning.ca