Wednesday, May 25, 2016

RBNevents: FREE event that you don't want to miss.

 Happy Wednesday folks!  

I don't always share events the evening before but I'm too excited not to share this one!  It fuses my love of cook books, community, chefs and The Hudson Bay!

Taste Canada is know for showcasing outstanding chefs and cookbooks every year..  

Thursday, May 26, 2016 | 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM
Featuring Derek Dammann & Chris Johns, authors of “True North”
Hudson’s Bay Queen Street
176 Yonge St., 7th floor
Thank you for your interest in this event.
Unfortunately, we’re all booked up. We apologize for any inconvenience. 

The highlights: The men behind the evening...

Derek Dammann was born in Campbell River, B.C., the salmon capital of the world. After studying cooking in Nanaimo, chef Dammann worked in one of Canada’s great Italian restaurants, Zambri’s, in Victoria before making his way to the UK to work with world-renowned chef, Jamie Oliver. There, he helped develop the concept behind Fifteen, Oliver’s British cocktail bar and restaurant, and later, Dammann became the corporate chef of Sweet Candy, Oliver’s private production company. He subsequently returned to Canada and settled in Montreal, where he opened DNA, one of the most exciting nose-to-tail dining establishments in North America. He partnered with Jamie Oliver once again to open Maison Publique, a hugely popular and highly regarded gastro pub.

Food writer
Chris Johns is one of Canada’s most respected food writers. He spent his early years in the Northwest Territories before moving south and eventually finding his way to Toronto. He has written extensively for en Route, The Globe and Mail, Wallpaper, Toronto Life and various international publications. His work has been translated into three languages and has appeared in the Best Food Writing compilation.

What does this all mean?  If you RSVP here then you have the opportunity to come with us tomorrow night! 

PLUS: Enter for the chance to WIN one of five great prizes:
An ALL-CLAD 10-piece stainless steel cookware set, valued at $850
Two tickets to the Taste Canada Awards night in November, valued at $200
Dinner for two at Derek Dammann and Jaimie Oliver’s restaurant, Maison Publique, in Montreal!

TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE?  Not at all!

Thanks to our amazing sponsors:


Enjoy the night and make sure to follow us and all of the sponsors before you join us in the festivities!


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