Monday, April 25, 2016

Celebrated chefs Chuck Hughes and Anthony Rose added to stellar line-up for Taste of Toronto, June 23 – 26 2016

From a media release:

Celebrated chefs Chuck Hughes
and Anthony Rose added to stellar line-up
for Taste of Toronto, June 23 – 26, 2016

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TORONTO, ON – Taste of Toronto today announced celebrity chef Chuck Hughes and Toronto restaurateur Anthony Rose are set to participate in the city’s hottest food festival, taking place in Garrison Common at Fort York, June 23 to 26.
Taste of Toronto 2015
Known for his television shows, cook books and Montreal restaurants Garde Manger and Le Bremner, Hughes joins the festivities on opening night, Thursday, June 23. Throughout the evening, festival-goers will have the opportunity to learn from the accomplished chef. Hughes will host a live demonstration on the Taste Theatre stage, sharing his best cooking tips and secrets with the audience, and leading an interactive Metro Master Class, where eager foodies will work their own cooking stations to master one of his flavourful dishes. Hughes will also help to choose the Best in Taste 2016 winner, sampling dishes from each participating restaurant and meeting with each chef on-site to learn more about the dish.
Chuck Hughes, photo credit: Dominique Lafond
Joining the line-up of some of Toronto’s best restaurants for four delicious days, comfort food king Rose will showcase Middle Eastern and European Jewish eatery Fat Pasha, famous for its whole-roasted cauliflower, house-made pickles and signature hummus. Rose owns several acclaimed restaurants in Toronto, including Rose & Sons Queen West, Big Crow, Schmaltz Appetizing and, the most recently opened, Bar Begonia.
Anthony Rose, photo credit: Ryan Thompson

Hughes and Rose join some of Toronto’s food leaders at Taste of Toronto, which includes Barque, Little Sister, Kinka Izakaya, Kinton Ramen, Kintori Yakitori, Piano Piano, Carver and Daily Special restaurants, The Bar at Alo, Antler Kitchen & Bar and Kanpai Snack Bar. The premier food festival will once again keep food lovers busy with hands-on master classes, live demonstrations, a marketplace, and of course, the finest flavours and cuisine that Toronto has to offer.

Tickets for Taste of Toronto are now on sale, with early bird tickets available at $14 while quantities last. General tickets start at $19, youth under 12 are free and youth 12 to 17 are $10. VIP and AMEX ticket packages are also available. With an exciting festival ahead, more talented chefs and restaurants, plus new and exciting programming, will be announced soon.

Taste of Toronto is made possible by the following sponsors: American Express, Metro, Etihad Airways, All-Clad, Nespresso, Pilsner Urquell, and True North Salmon.


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