P.E.I. chef to cook for Trudeau, CEOs
Lucy Morrow of Charlottetown has been selected as one of eight Canadian chefs to partake in the opening dinner for the Fortune Global Forum 2018 in Toronto, Oct. 15.
This is the first time the event is being held in Canada, and Morrow has been invited to prepare a signature dish to showcase local Maritime flavours.
Morrow’s dish, a scallop and lobster dumpling served in a preserved mussel dashi broth, promotes local products in a progressive manner.
The Asian influence in the dish is a nod to the growing diversity of the region.
Morrow said the opportunity to present Island fare to some of the world’s most influential business and political leaders is rare.
“It’s pretty cool to have the chance to put on for the east coast on the global stage.”
Morrow, 25, is quickly proving herself as a predominant figure in the Canadian culinary landscape.
With focus and patience, she is inspiring community connection and environmental awareness with an evolving menu at Terre Rouge Restaurant in Charlottetown.
For more information, visit fortuneconferences.com/globalforum-2018.