George Brown Celebrates French Cuisine with Alain Ducasse in 2014

By Stephanie Dickison The George Brown College Centre for Hospitality and Culinary Arts is world renowned for its culinary program, but you should know they host incredible events as well. On Thursday, October 16, 2014, come out to Culinary Cities of the World. An exclusive festival recognizing the world’s leading culinary cities, this year, it features the food, wine and culinary contributions of Paris and Lyon. Not only will you get a chance to try French-inspired dishes by 15 local celebrity chefs in the walk-around food market, you’ll get the chance to see guest of honour Chef Alain Ducasse, one of the best chefs in the world and innovators in the field. You’ll also get to hear an announcement regarding the training of future generations of George Brown College culinary students, and nibble on dishes from Toronto chefs such as Jason Bangerter (Langdon Hall), Alexandra Feswick (The Drake), and Anthony Walsh (Oliver & Bonacini). You don’t want to miss an opportunity like this. A limited number of tickets for the French Culinary Market are now available for $75 each. Bon appetit!

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