A collective of leading Sydney chefs are set to don their culinary hats on Wednesday 11th September during National Stroke Week. Five handpicked chefs will curate a sensory journey for stroke at the National Stroke Foundation’s signature fundraising event, Food for Thought Sydney.
Guests will feast on a degustation set to enrich even the finest foodie’s tastebuds. There will be live stage demonstrations with top-secret cooking tips shared. With some of Sydney’s most creative chefs on-board it is sure to be a night of full of sensory twists and surprises.
Chefs set to combine their creative expertise and craft dishes to delight the senses include: Daniel Russo (Tappo Osteria), Richard Ptacnik (Otto Ristorante), Raita Noda (Ocean Room), Kumar Mahadevan (Aki’s), Donato Toce (Gelato Messina) and Julia Taylor.
Celebrity chef, author and stroke survivor Michael Moore will be joined by Kitchen Whiz host Alice Zaslavsky to lead this fun-filled sensory journey for stroke, with live crosses to chefs in the kitchen.
Food for Thought is an opportunity to support the National Stroke Foundation and enjoy a gastronomic journey of taste and discovery.
You can follow the Food for Thought journey on Twitter @strokefdn and #F4TSyd
Date: Wednesday 11 September 2013.
Time: 6:30pm for 7pm start.
Place: Doltone House, Sydney
Cost: $250 per ticket, $2,500 table of ten, $3,500 table sponsorship.
Book: Please contact the Stroke Foundation on 03 9670 1000 or email [email protected]