GOODS: Dirty Apron Chef Cooks For Charity At Federico’s Supper Club On November 14
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Vancouver, BC | On Wednesday, November 14th, The The Dirty Apron is holding a four course plated dinner to help raise awareness for the children’s charity, Reign Foundation. The set menu features delectable dishes like Lemon Chive Risotto with Lobster Medallion and Braised Beef Short Rib over caramelized onion and truffle ravioli, all prepared by The Dirty Apron executive chef/owner and Reign Foundation board member, David Robertson.
The Reign Foundation has been helping educate and support underprivileged children of Cambodia since 2007 by creating awareness in small communities on the importance of health and education. The Foundation provides children and their families with appropriate tools and supplies such as school materials, uniforms, bicycles and home visits. Robertson has been on the Reign Foundation board since its inception and has seen first hand the positive impact the Foundation has had on the Lvea Em District in Cambodia.
Tickets are $75 per person and the event will be held at Vancouver’s iconic Federico’s Supper Club on Commercial Drive. More details after the leap…
The full menu can be viewed and tickets can be purchased through the Reign Foundation website at www.reignfoundation.com/eattoeducate.
About The Dirty Apron
The Dirty Apron is Vancouver’s newest, most exciting culinary playground. In addition to being a full equipped, curated delicatessen, it was born with the intention of creating an environment for novices, foodies, and aspiring chefs to learn the tricks of the trade in its cooking school. The Dirty Apron offers a selection of hands-on classes that vary from creating regional classics to understanding ingredient-driven basics and executing essential knife skills. For more information please visit: www.dirtyapron.com.
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