Eat to the Beat 2018 - 60 Female Chefs, One Vital Cause
Tuesday, October 23, 2018 is a night you won’t forget.
Eat to the Beat presented by KitchenAid - the annual culinary event taking over Roy Thomson Hall - celebrates 23 years this year.
The unique fundraising event is the only one of its kind in Canada, featuring 60 top female chefs from across the GTA, gathering to support women through the challenges that come with a breast cancer diagnosis. Funds raised at tonight’s event do directly to supporting those affected by breast cancer through services offered by the Canadian Cancer Society.
Your ticket includes your choice of both sweet and savoury hors d'oeuvres from 60 top chefs, along with wine, craft beer and selection of non-alcoholic beverages from 20 purveyors.
Check out this year’s phenomenal chef lineup:
Sandra Abballe - Succulent Chocolates and Sweets
Suzanne Baby - Gallery Grill at Hart House
Amira Bacarevic - Mira Mira
Manal Bashir - Victor Dries
Vanessa Baudanza & Isabelle Loiacono - The Rolling Pin
Wanda Beaver - Wanda’s Pie in the Sky
Renee Bellefeuille - Art Gallery of Ontario
Emma Beqaj - Emma’s Eatery Catering
Richell Castillo - Fabbrica
Arvinda Chauhan & Preena Chauhan - Arvinda’s
Kate Chomyshyn - Quetzal
Felicia Derose - The Chase Fish and Oyster
Donna Dooher - Mildred’s Temple Kitchen
Rossy Earle - SupiCucu
Miriam Echeverria - Greta Solomon’s Dining Room
Emily Richards - Emily Richards Cooks
La-toya Fagon - Twist Catering
Noureen Feerasta - Rickshaw Bar
Mali Fernandez - Xola Mexican Food
Alexandra Feswick & Amberlynne Plourde - Drake Devonshire Inn, The Drake Hotel
Mariam Gobran & Miranda Gobran - The Sultan’s Tent & Café Moroc
Tamara Green & Sarah Grossman - Living Kitchen
Lindsay Haddock - Circles and Squares
Eden Hertzog - New Moon Kitchen
Kimberly Humby - East & Main Bistro
Leyla Kizilirmak - Art Square Gallery and Café
Vanessa Le Page - The Cake Lady – Edible Art
Katherine Leddy - Goûter by RA
Tara Lee - Eastbound Brewing Co.
Jacqueline Lo - Ruelo Patisserie
Tiffany Miguel - George Restaurant
Joan Monfaredi - TWO13 Kosher Food Design
Lauren Mozer & Alison Scheuermann - Elle Cuisine
Catherine O’Donnell - Willow Cakes and Pastries
Cori Osborne - Bacchanal
Christine Ostiguy - Yorkshire Pudding Catering
Andrea Poirier - Inn on the Twenty
Ivana Raca - Ufficio
Karen Rachlin - Bite Catering
Elizabeth Rivasplata - Pumpernickel’s
Dufflet Rosenberg - Dufflet Pastries
Barbara Rotberg - Lollicakes
Lili Sullivan - Pomodoro in the County
Meghan Van Horne - The Public House
Karen Viva-Haynes - Viva Tastings
Elaine Wong - The Omni King Edward Hotel
Winlai Wong - The Badminton & Racquet Club of Toronto
Vanessa Yeung - Aphrodite Cooks
This year’s menu includes a fascinating array of textures and flavours:
Tuck into savoury delights such as Steamed Pork And Shrimp Dumplings with caramelized shallot and chili oil, White Cheddar Popcorn Soup with chive black truffle salt, Beer-Braised Beef Brisket with pan seared potato gnocchi, and Ultra Rare Tuna with kimchi edamame. Looking to satiate your sweet tooth? Nibble on New Moon Cookies, Extreme Butter Tarts, and Avocado/Mango Cream Profiteroles.
In addition to all the culinary delights, you’ll find raffle tickets sold by the famous Corset Ladies - a group of supporters and survivors who design and wear food-themed corsets – as well as mystery bags available for purchase.
And there are two new and exciting additions to the lineup this year:
- Up and Coming Chef Challenge presented by KitchenAid - Mezzanine Level
This event features talented female chefs from five of Ontario’s top culinary schools. Try their creations and cast your vote for your favourite dish. The winner will receive a KitchenAid prize package.
The auction has always been an exciting feature of ETTB, but this year it’s moved online, making it quick and easy to place your bid from wherever you are.
This year’s prizes include Kitchen Aid cookware and appliances, cooking class, stay at the Four Seasons Costa Rica, chance to see a Buffalo Bills game, shop at gourmet grocer Summerhill Market, and much more.
Items will also be on display at the event.
It’s not too late to get tickets:
Date: Tuesday, October 23, 2018
Venue: Roy Thomson Hall (60 Simcoe St.)
Tickets: $189 (a tax receipt will be issued for the maximum allowable amount)
To purchase tickets and for more information, visit eattothebeat.ca.