CHAR­ITY ON MENU

Cockburn Gazette - - LIFESTYLE -

SOME of Perth’s finest chefs will come to­gether to cre­ate a smor­gas­bord as part of Breast Cancer WA’s Long Ta­ble Lunch on April 3.

Bivouac Can­teen and Bar chef Luke Foyle is among the list which also in­cludes Chris Tay­lor, Chase Web­ber and Patrick O’Brien, to take part in the an­nual event.

Foyle said he was ex­cited to be in­volved in the lunch that would show­case a range of cook­ing styles and large va­ri­ety of flavours and tech­niques.

“We are all ex­cited to come to­gether and pro­duce some amaz­ing food,” he said.

“Din­ers can ex­pect a day of amaz­ing, in­ter­est­ing food and top class wines.

“I’ve done a fair amount of func­tions and ca­ter­ing so far in my ca­reer, from small scale pri­vate din­ing rooms to larger out­door events such as this one.

“I am re­ally ex­cited to be a part of this event – it’s al­ways fun col­lab­o­rat­ing with other chefs in the kitchen.”

With a per­sonal con­nec­tion to the cause, Foyle said it was im­por­tant to raise money for the char­ity and great to do it in a fun way.

“My mum is a breast cancer sur­vivor so I wanted to be a part of some­thing that will hope­fully help oth­ers in their fight,” he said.

“It’s re­ally touch­ing to be in­volved in some­thing that means so much to not only me but so many other mem­bers of the WA com­mu­nity.

“This event is great as not only does it raise money but it also en­sures guests can have a lot of fun cel­e­brat­ing to­gether.”

Guests can ex­pect to en­joy a five-course lunch in­clud­ing his sig­na­ture dish of pig head ter­rine, pic­calilli and oat cracker and free flow­ing, award win­ning wines.

The event will also in­clude a live and silent auc­tion, spot prizes, lucky dips and live mu­sic.

Breast Cancer Care WA pro­vides free per­son­alised emo­tional, prac­ti­cal and fi­nan­cial sup­port.

Chefs Chris Tay­lor, Luke Foyal, Chase Web­ber, Patrick O’Brien, Evan Hayter, Mor­gan Ke­tye, Bob Rawl­ins and Paul Gra­ham.

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