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Hot Chefs Cool Jazz

You are invited to attend the year's most exciting and exclusive culinary event in support of Breakfast For Learning and the CCFCC Bocuse d'Or Canada on

Friday, October 12th 2012

HOT CHEFS cool jazz

6:00 pm Reception | Dinner 7:00 pm • Tickets $120 per person | Cocktail Chic

Entertainment by LeftCoast Jazz Featuring Marie Hui

Delta Burnaby Hotel and Conference Centre
4331 Dominion Street, Burnaby, British Columbia, V5G 1C7

Chef Chen

The very best Vancouver and area chefs will present tasting dishes at an evening of unforgettable cuisine in support of two great causes, Bocuse d'Or Canada and Breakfast For Learning. This event promises to be the premier culinary experience of the year and will include a silent auction featuring exclusive dining opportunities, golf packages, products from world-renowned culinary brands such as Le Creuset and much, much more. Proceeds from ticket sales will benefit Bocuse d'Or Canada and the local and regional efforts of Breakfast for Learning.

Competing at the level demanded by the Bocuse d'Or requires limitless patience, extreme dedication and thousands of hours spent in training and coaching. First and foremost, though it needs a chef who can compete shoulder to shoulder with the best chefs in the world and whose talents and unwavering commitment set them apart, for Canada that chef is Alex Chen. Chef Chen grew up and fell in love with cooking in Vancouver. His career has taken him across North America with positions in some of the continents finest hotels including Four Seasons Toronto, Four Seasons Chicago and most recently as the Executive chef of The Beverly Hills Hotel and Bungalows: he has now returned to Vancouver to prepare for the world's most prestigious culinary competition.

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About Bocuse d'Or
In January 2013 the very best chefs from twenty-four countries
will convene in Lyon, France for the most demanding culinary competition in the world. Legendary French Chef, Paul Bocuse and Albert Romain, organizer of the trade exhibition, founded the Bocuse d'Or in 1987. Their vision was to create a competition that would bring the greatest chefs out from behind closed doors and onto the world stage. They wanted to share the atmosphere and life of a great kitchen and give an international audience the opportunity to see these great chefs at work.

About Breakfast For Learning
Bocuse d'Or Canada is proud to be a supporter of Breakfast for Learning (BFL). BFL helps communities to start and sustain
successful school nourishment programs. As the nation's lead advocate for quality nutrition in schools, BFL champions a made-in-Canada model that brings together public, private and volunteer sectors to provide nutritious food in caring, family-centered programs. As well, BFL supports ongoing research that demonstrates how good nutrition benefits learning.

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