Toronto Foodie News! Hot Town, Summer In The City. Jamaica gourmet food Fete this Saturday

A Day of Chef Selwyn’s Caribbean Food Magic Outdoors at Jamaica Canadian Association

Summer officially ends in just 30 days, but the hot weather celebration of Caribbean Canadian foods continues this Saturday thanks to Award winning chef and food stylist, Selwyn Richards. On Saturday The Jamaica Canadian Association (JCA) and the Art of Catering will be showcasing his cooking at an all-day outdoor gourmet Caribbean Jamaican fete.

It's billed as Chef Selwyn Taste! And, from noon until 8pm outdoors at the CJA headquarters in North York people will be able enjoy his many dishes at three food stations!

"Carnival is over for this year, but, people aren't ready to stop enjoying the flavours of the Islands," explained Chef Selwyn. " I promise to re-introduce Torontonians to the riotous tantalizing dishes that truly are authentically Caribbean."

"We aren't giving up on summer just yet," he continued " People are going to be jumping and saying Wow to what we will be serving Saturday. Boneless Oxtail Sliders with Portabella Mushroom, Onion Jam and Breadfruit Chips, Ackee and Smoked Salmon Val-au-Vent, Boneless Jerk Chicken and way way more exotic dishes will knock your socks off!
Although food is the main attraction, radio station G98.7 personality Elaine ET Thompson will be the MCing the event and there will be a guest DJ providing non-stop music.
Selwyn Richards has been planning and cooking delicious food with artistic flare since 1985. He has successfully catered over 1000 events and has worked in prestigious restaurants such as the SkyDome, Skyline Hotel, The Island Yacht Club and the Top of Toronto Restaurant at the CN Tower. Chef Richards has had television appearances on Food Network’s series I Do, Let’s Eat, Life Network’s Rich Bride, Poor Bride, and Soul Food on BET Network/Showtime. Chef Richards is the President and Executive Chef of The Art of Catering in Toronto.

The food event is a chance to have one last summer celebration before welcoming fall. The one-day end of summer food festival is a ticketed event, with $25 tickets available through EventBrite and at the door. The JCA building is located at 995 Arrow Road in North York.

The Chef is available for interviews and on-air cooking demonstrations.
For further information contact:
STEPHEN WEIR
Stephen Weir & Associates stephen@stephenweir.com
Tel: 416-489-5868
cell: 416-801-3101
www.stephenweir.com twitter: sweirsweir

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