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