The historic Berkeley Church hosted Toronto’s top chefs, globally renowned wineries, and 250 food & wine afficiondos for a culinary adventure unlike any other.
Starting at 7:00 pm, the guests choose from ten 20-minute seminars taking place throughout the church. Take your pick from seminars like:
Molecular cooking at home by Jacob Sharkey Pearce, Executive Chef, Ursa
The makings of a 90 point wine by Bodegas Salentein, Argentina
To Be Organic or Not? by Paco & Lola, Rias Baixas, Spain
At the end of the evening, guests had a chance to test what they have learned in a fun quiz. Everyone won a prize!
Lorenzo Loseto from George on Queen cooking up some magic – Potato Wrapped Tuna with Golden Beets and Radish.
Chris McDonald of Cava Restaurant preparing Pan-Roasted Moulard Duck Breast with Black Fig & Oloroso Sherry Sauce.
The Gourmet Games is proud to support Second Harvest. For every ticket the Gourmet Games sold, Second Harvest received a $15 donation.
” A food and wine experience should go beyond simply consuming food and wine. It should educate, excite, and challenge. That’s the idea behind the Gourmet Games.” The Gourmet Games.
Jacob Sharkey Pearce of Ursa Restaurant talking with guests at The Gourmet Games about Molecular Cooking Techniques in the Home Kitchen.
Participants left inspired with new culinary and wine knowledge.
Venue : Berkeley Church
Photos Paul McNulty