Remember, tickets are available online or by phone until 12pm. After 12, tickets will be available at the door only. http://t.co/iYSAOM5esK
— Eat to the Beat (@EattotheBeat_TO) October 22, 2013
In it’s 18th year, Eat to the Beat is set to be another superb foodie extravaganza with 60 female chefs in support of women with breast cancer. With each of these 60 chefs having their own booth, guests get to try an extraordinary variety of amazing culinary delights. You will get full pretty fast if you’re not careful. So be sure to come hungry.
It all takes place at Roy Thompson Hall on Tuesday, Oct 22nd at 7pm. Tickets are still on sale for $175 (tax receipt), which is very much worth it for the amazing food & beverage experience, the live entertainment, silent auction, raffle, and of course the opportunity to support women with breast cancer.
Here’s some of the participating chefs:
Linda Haynes (Ace Bakery); Nicole Rumball (All the Best Fine Foods); Vanessa Yeung (Aphrodite Cooks); Leyla K (Art Square Gallery & Café); Arvinda & Preena Chauhan (Arvinda’s Healthy Gourmet Indian Cooking); Jennifer Perusini (BerBer Lounge); Cynthia Beretta (Beretta Farms Inc.); Karen Rachlin (Bite Catering); Melissa Fox-Revett and Julia Young (Blue Plate); Vanessa Le Page (The Cake Lady – Edible Art); Joanne Lusted (Clean Eating Magazine); Anna Janes (Cocomira Confections); Cathy Beneway (Creative Catering by Cathy); Chef Véronique (Crêpes à GoGo); Trish Sheen (Crush Wine Bar); Brenda Kwong Hing (Delicious! Catering); Dufflet Rosenberg (Dufflet Pastries); Lili Sullivan and Kimberly Humby (East & Main Bistro); Cynthia Peters (From the Farm Cooking School); Katherine Hall and Kitt Ritchie (Hall’s Kitchen Inc.); Jayne Dunsmore (Jayne’s Gourmet Catering); Nuit Regular (Khao San Road); Elaine Wong (The King Edward Hotel); Lisa Shamai (lisa shamai cuisinière), Kyla Eaglesham (Madeleines, Cherry Pie and Ice Cream); Eden Hertzog (New Moon Kitchen); Mali Fernandez (Pachuco ModMEx Restaurant); Joan Monfaredi (Park Hyatt Hotel); Robyn Perlmutar (Pauline’s Pastries); Rossy Earle (Pimentón Spanish and Mediterranean Fine Foods); Emily Richards and Tina Fernandes (Professional Home Economist); Jacqueline Lo (Ruelo Patisserie); Alexandra Feswick, Samuel J. Moore and Lindsay Haddock (Scaramouche Restaurant); Angela Panigas (Sultan’s Tent); Michelle Edgar (Sweet Escape Patisserie); Alida Solomon (Tutti Matti); Karen Viva-Haynes (Viva Tastings); Wanda Beaver (Wanda’s Pie in the Sky); Catherine O’Donnell (Willow Cakes and Pastries) and many more.
“Eat to the Beat is a mecca for urban foodies, and those who want to be, to experience the best Ontario’s culinary scene has to offer,” states Barbara Track, Eat to the Beat Chair “It is the only event in Canada that exclusively features the talent of 60 female chefs – women supporting women, it doesn’t get any better than that and it’s an evening that should not be missed!”
For full details visit www.eattothebeat.ca
Check out our photos from last year’s Eat to the Beat 2012
Here’s a video from Eat to the Beat 2011:
ABOUT WILLOW BREAST CANCER SUPPORT
Willow Breast Cancer Support Canada is a national not-for-profit organization that provides free support and information today for those who cannot wait for tomorrow’s cure. Click here to learn more.