Cast against the backdrop of the old forest of pines, wild flowers and pond system, Feast in the Forest will allow VIP ticket holders that purchased a Charlie’s Burgers ticket a chance to dine where the artists of WayHome call home for the festival weekend.
At 6:30pm, the Feast in the Forest guests will arrive to experience the intimate event. At this point, the chefs will have already begun cooking the delicious six-course meal.
Let’s take a look at how our chefs are bringing their culinary artistry to #WayHome2016
1) Ted Corrado:
Ted joined the Drake Hotel Properties as a Coroporate Executive Chef in 2013. Prior to the Drake, Ted was the Executive Chef at the ROM’s prestigous c5 resturant, which was heralded in 2006 as one of Toronto Life’s 10 Best New Restaurants. He has won several Gold Medal Plates competitions and continues to gain recognition globally for his work with the Drake.
2) Bertrand Alepee
Bertrand is reowned for his classical French techniques and preternatural command of pastry and chocolate. His incredible skill then led him to become co-owner and co-executive of the Amuse-Bouche. In the fall of 2014, Bertrand opened The Tempered Room Patisserie & Catering in Parkdale.
3) Brandon Olsen
With 15 years under his belt, Brandon has worked in Toronto’s most celebrated kitchens – The Black Hoof and Bar Isabel. At only 22 years old, he landed an apprenticeship at Thomas Keller’s French Laundry (the former #1 restaurant in the world). With all this experience, Brandon will be opening an artisanal chocolate shop this summer on College West.
4) Scott Vivian
Scott Vivian is currently the chef and owner of Beast restaurant. After cooking at top kitchens in Atlanta and Portland, Scott returned home to Canada where he worked at the Jaime Kennedy Wine Bar. In June of 2010 Scott’s dream of owning his own restaurant came true where he used his passion for supporting local artisans to bring an innovative taste to Toronto.
5) Anthony Rose
Before becoming invested in Toronto’s booming restaurant industry, Anthony refined his skills in Michelin starred kitchens across the US. When returning to Toronto, Rose became the head chef at the Drake Hotel before opening up his first restaurant, the iconic Rose & Sons on Dupont. Rose now owns Rose & Sons, Big Crow, Little Big Crow, Fat Pasha, & Rose & Sons Queen West just to name a few. Each resturant tells the story of Rose’s culture, experiences, childhood nostalgia and obviously, his relentless love for food.
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