Sunday, November 06, 2005

Eating for a Cause!

UNIFEM Singapore’s
“Not A Minute More” initiative
on November 28th 2005 at The Executives’ Club will be featuring a 8 course dégustation by 6 of Singapore's excellent chefs.

From Top Left to Right: Chef Pang Kok Keong (Canelé, Les Amis Group), Chef Leonard Oh (The Moomba), Chef Milind Sovani (Rang Mahal), Chef Diego Chiarini (Oso Ristorante), Chef Julien Bompard (Saint Julien) and Chef Thomas Chai (Jade, Tung Lok Group)

The Menu:

Canapés
Chef Jack Wong, Indochine Group
Cocktails: Belvedere Vodka

Terrine of 5 Chinese Spices Infused Foie Gras with Cinnamon Glazed Green Apple Compote & Crispy Skin of Peking Duck
Chef Thomas Chai, Jade Fullerton, Tung Lok Group
Wine Accompaniment by Ninth Vine: Genders Chardonnay 2003
Lobster Bisque "Tradition" with Aioli & Brandy
Chef Julien Bompard, St. Julien
Grande Champagne Cognac Accompaniment: Hennessy Private Reserve 1865
Mustard and Chilly Infused Chicken Glazed in Tandoor with Avocado, Pinenut and Kidneybeans Chat
Chef Milind Sovani, Rang Mahal
Wine Accompaniment by Culina: Brown Brothers Merlot 2003

Sorbet Exotique with Coconut & Passionfruit
Chef Pang Kok Keong, Canelé, Les Amis Group

Waygu Shortrib on Braised Daikon with Japanese Hot Mustard
Chef Leonard Oh, The Moomba
Wine Accompaniment by The Moomba Wineshop: 2001 Redstone Shiraz-Cabernet

Home Made Ravioli Pasta Filled with Parmigiano Cheese Fondue Served with Winter Black Truffle Sauce
Chef Diego Chiarini, Oso Ristoronte
Wine Accompaniment by J&D Burleigh: 1999 Azelia Barolo

Violet Meringue & Violet Macaron with Violet Cream, Cassis Gelee & Strawberry Coulis
Chef Pang Kok Keong, Canelé, Les Amis Group
Dessert Wine Accompaniment by Vinum: 2002 Oremus Furmint Late Harvest

Coffee & Tea
Petit Fours
Rose Macaron
Raspberry Pate de Fruit Enrobed in Dark Chocolate
Dark Chocolate with Pumpkin Seed & Fleur de Sel Petit
Chestnut Cake Pear
William Liquor Bonbons
Chef Pang Kok Keong, Canelé Les Amis Group

Price: S$350 a person

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Funds raised for this dinner will go directly to The UN Trust Fund in Support of Actions to Eliminate Violence Against Women. Started in 1997, the Trust Fund supports innovative programmes to address violence against women. In 2004, the Trust Fund made 17 grants; some to protect women in conflict/war situation, to educate young men in non-violent behaviour, reintegrate survivors of gender based violence back to society, assist women living with HIV/AIDS and many more. For more specific information on projects supported by UNIFEM Singapore please log on to: www.unifemsingapore.org.sg/projects.htm

For more information or to purchase tickets, please call 6238-6761 or email contact@unifemsingapore.org.sg

1 Comments:

Blogger Maya said...

Great to hear that people out there like these chefs are making a huge difference in the world we live in. I'm so proud of everyone involved, including you for writing and sharing this information. Bravo! Thanks for your well-written and expressive blog. I enjoy reading it..

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