George Brown College holds a fundraise dinner with a Brazilian theme
Save the date: Wednesday, July 25, 2012
From innovative meals prepared by rising stars to inspiring dinners with world-renowned master chefs, The Chef’s House never stop bringing the best the culinary world has to offer to Toronto’s food-lovers.
This July, Brazil comes to you…
Join Chef Walner Sovi and Chef John Higgins and the students of the Centre for Hospitality & Culinary Arts at George Brown College as they celebrate Brazilian and Canadian cuisines,authentic cooking methods, and our chefs’ talents!
Proceeds from all sales will serve as contribution towards funding George Brown College students to participate in study-abroad opportunities in Brazil.
About Chef Walner Sovi
Chef Walner Sovi has worked for the past 13 years in the international cuisine scene across international restaurants and hotels in Brazil, but more recently, Chef Sovi has cooked for heads of states (including His Excellency the Right Honorable David Johnson, Governor of Canada) as the Executive Chef running the kitchen of the Consulate General of Canada, in SaoPaulo. Chef Sovi is a graduate of the Federal Institute of Alagoas and SENAC in Brazil.
About Chef John Higgins
Chef Higgins has over 30 years of international culinary experience as Executive Chef for five-star hotels around the world; he also worked for several years as Executive Chef at Buckingham Palace, where he cooked for her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, the Royal Family, many heads of state, and was the Private Chef to the Queen Mother. In addition, Chef Higgins has won dozens of gold medals in competitions and has several awards, such as Worldwide Winner of Uncle Ben’s Olympic Challenge; as Captain of Canada’s Olympic Culinary Team, he was Winner of the Culinary World Champions in his former hometown of Glasgow. Chef Higgins commands international acclaim, and now,super Chef John Higgins is finding a new kind of satisfaction: he is the Director and Corporate Chef at George Brown Chef School. Chef Higgins is a graduate of Motherwell College in Scotland.
Reservations: 416-415-2260 Price: $85 per person inclusive of tax and gratuities.
When: July 25, 2012 – 6h30 pm – 9 pm Where: 215 King St. East – Toronto, ON