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Lunch at Reuben’s Friday, 6th September 2013

 

C E L E B R A T E  T H E  D A Y!

 

 

 Winning Duo of Chefs; Lauren Case and Josh Wiid of the South African Chefs Academy created an excellent starter of braised pork cheek, served with light gnocchi and flavourful celeriac studded with nastergal berries.


 

South African Minister of Tourism Marthinus van Schalkwyk gave an excellent and pertinent keynote address updating the audience on tourism trends, undoubtedly South Africa is on the march with excellent hotel occupancies. Charismatic Reuben Riffel presented the prizes and gave a warm and eloquent address to the students. Our guest speaker was South African born Rozanne Stevens, who is now a popular broadcaster and teacher in Ireland. Rozanne has recently brought out Relish BBQ and Al Fresco Food, the second book in ‘The Ish Factor Series’

 

 

 

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OUT TO LUNCH AT QUEEN VICTORIA HOTEL

 

A Chef’s Table with Craig Paterson, Executive Chef of the three Newmark Hotels in the Waterfront with Cape Legends and Durbanville Hills Cellar Master Martin Moore, introducing their candidates for the Inter Hotel Challenge.

 

 

  

Candidate Chef Thaabiet Adams with Executive Chef Craig Paterson. Candidate Wine Steward Francisco Domingos with Durbanville Hills Cellar Master Martin Moore  

 

As pretty as a picture! Salmon mi cuit and asparagus with a citrus and pine dressing was a good combination with the Durbanville Hills Biesjes Craal Sauvignon Blanc, echoing the flavours. The wine with a tinge of green pepper, the tartness of gooseberry and light asparagus, and the crisp and fresh fruit finish was a good foil to the salmon. 

 

 

 

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