Stars, Food, Art
Stars, Food, Art is a culinary event by luxury hotel group, Sofitel, which takes place in Munich, Lyon, Vienna, London, Dubai and Amsterdam. The latest is at Sofitel Legend The Grand Amsterdam, in Amsterdam: ‘Stars, Food & Art: The Global Edition’ on Friday and Saturday, 2 and 3 November 2012.
Margot Janse will be among the 11 international chefs who will be cooking their signature dishes. Plus, Margot has the additional honour, along with Claire Clark, of being the first women chefs to be ‘exhibiting their culinary creativity’ at the event.
The goal of Stars, Food, Art is to create an event where culture, food, wines and art are united.
During the dinner this year, artist Mariska Meijers will be presenting eleven ‘gigantic mosaic Christmas tree decorations’, each of which is said to represent one of the chefs.
We’re more than sure Margot will do us and South Africa proud.
Celebrity Chefs Challenge Dinner
Samp and beans, pilchards, and butternut—these are some of the distinctly South African ingredients four of the country’s top chefs will be cooking with for charity.
Reuben Riffel, Margot Janse, Duncan Doherty and Neil Jewell are teaming up to create a six-course menu using only Peninsula School Feeding Association’s (PSFA) staple ingredients.
The Celebrity Chefs Challenge Dinner takes place on Saturday 29 September at The Granger Bay Hotel School Restaurant in Mouille Point, Cape Town. Contact Janine Tilley on firstname.lastname@example.org to purchase tickets for the event. Tickets are R370 per person, which will feed one child every school day for a whole year!
Chefs to follow on Twitter
There’s a saying in the Twittersphere ’don’t tweet what you eat’, but in the case of these chefs we’d rather they did. Locally some of our top chefs are on twitter, follow them here.
Top international chefs to follow:
Please comment below if you think we should add a chef to either list.
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