Check out the links below to see what others had to say from previous event.
New connections will be posted as they become available.
Twitter this year HC2012#
Ed Lau comments on event
Jennifer from Foodess.com
Designer Ariane visuals and commetary found here.
Joyce at Vancouver Foodie Adventures – plenty of photos and copy
Jonathan at Food and Tell
Lots of great feedback from the press and from bloggers – click on the links below for fabulous photos and glorious descriptions of the 2010 event:
Confessions of a young woman A lovely piece that results from a great boyfriend who purchased tickets to the event.
Victoria’s Secrets Lots of great visuals and descriptions of the event.
Good Life Vancouver Entertainment | Dine Taste Shop Drink | Travel Adventures & Events
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In case the link doesn’t work here is the main gist of it – but the photos are on the link!
Joy Metcalfe isn’t really everywhere, it just seems that way. Openings, premieres, interviews, news conferences, celebrity sightings…it’s fast-paced, energetic, and effusive, like Joy herself.
“My main job in life? Get it first.” – Joy Metcalfe
Joy’s Journal – Tuesday, March 23
It was a completely different fundraising dinner in every aspect for the Heart & Stroke Foundation and the Canadian Cancer Society. This was the 11th annual Healthy Chef Competition at the Hyatt last week. The purpose of the dinner was to anchor in people’s minds the fact that healthy foods and decious foods can be one and the same. By bringing together top talent from local hotels, restaurants and culinary institutes for a night of cuisine competition, the event also provides an annual venue for people to meet the dynamic teams in our local kitchens and take home some inspirations for their own creations.
There were more than 450 guests attending the do with ten chefs and their teams preparing the various meals while CTV’s Marke Driesschen as emcee introduced the principals.
When you arrived at the Hyatt ballroom, you were given an envelope bearing the name of your entree cooker and your dessert provider from such places as Kettle of Fish, The Hyatt, Carver’s Steakhouse, Pacific Institute of Culinary Arts and the Edgewater Casino. Special guests included the American Strawberry Association and several BC Lions including Geroy Simons and Jamie Taras.
As I said, it was a totally different dinner presentation but done in a top quality professional manner – and so much fun! Kudos to all the chefs, to former President of the BC Chefs’ Association Marcus Albrecht, BC Produce Marketing Association President Greg Holmes and PR Dawn Donahue.
Can’t wait til next year!…