Chase is on for Longtable

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Food - with Belinda Cipri­ano

THE Stan­dard and Art­house Dine chef Chase We­ber is one of seven of WA’S finest chefs to come to­gether to help raise money for the Breast Cancer Care WA’S an­nual Long Table Lunch on April 2.

The Mad Hat­ter’s Tea Par­tythemed event en­cour­ages ev­ery­one to em­brace all things weird and won­der­ful and will have a menu to match.

We­ber said the five-course lunch was not only a good way to raise money for West Aus­tralians im­pacted by breast cancer but a great day for Perth chefs to come to­gether and give back.

“Events like this are a great way for peo­ple to get in­volved and of­fer their ser­vices,” he said.

“Cancer touches the lives of ev­ery­one and chefs can help by of­fer­ing our time and skills to make these events as great as pos­si­ble.”

We­ber, who will be cook­ing a pressed lamb belly with David­son plum and de­scribes his cook­ing style as lo­cal and fresh, said this year’s menu would in­clude an Aus­tralian twist.

“The chefs in­volved are all look­ing to cre­ate some­thing de­li­cious with a sur­prise el­e­ment, to in­cor­po­rate the Mad Hat­ter’s theme,” he said.

“I en­joy mak­ing as much as pos­si­ble in house, and try to min­imise wastage wher­ever I can.

“I like to use na­tive West Aus­tralian and Aus­tralian in­gre­di­ents.”

We­ber will be joined by fel­low chefs Skye Faith­full, of Balt­hazar, Evan Hayter, of Arimia Es­tate, Chris Tay­lor, of Frasers, Pa­trick O’brien, of Hos­pi­tal­ity and Trades West Coast In­sti­tute, Bob Rawl­ins, of In­no­va­tions Ca­ter­ing and Dan Mas­ters, of Rock­pool Bar and Grill.

Funds raised from the day will help to pro­vide breast care nurses, coun­sel­lors and fi­nan­cial as­sis­tance to West Aus­tralians af­fected by breast cancer.

Pic­ture: An­drew Ritchie­mu­ni­ d466221

Chase We­ber is one of the chefs cook­ing at this year's Breast Cancer Care WA Long Table Lunch.

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