60 FEMALE CHEFS SUPPORT ONE WORTHY CAUSE AT “EAT TO THE BEAT “WHERE HIGH-CALIBRE CUISINE AND FINE LIBATIONS TAKE CENTRE STAGE -Tuesday, October 17, 2017| Roy Thomson Hall
By Kim Samnang
High-calibre cuisine and the finest libations took centre stage at Eat to the Beat.
Celebrating its 22nd year, Eat to the Beat was a mecca for urban foodies who came to experience the best Ontario’s culinary scene had to offer. It is the only event in Canada that exclusively featured the talent of 60 female chefs – women supporting women through the challenges that come with a breast cancer diagnosis.
Guests had the opportunity to enjoy specially prepared savoury and sweet dishes at 60 stations, along with wine, beer and a selection of non alcoholic libations from 20 of the finest beverage purveyors.
Eat to the Beat is formerly an event of the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation and has now become a signature event of the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) as a result of the two organizations’ recent merger in February 2017. The result of this union is a bigger impact on cancer research and support programs across all types of cancer, including breast cancer. The combined organization will preserve the mandate and spirit of CBCF, including its key programs and activities. CCS remains committed to investing in breast cancer.
The funds raised at Eat to the Beat will go directly towards supporting the full spectrum of breast cancer care – from important research where the latest innovations are developed, to direct patient support.
Canadian Cancer Society
The Canadian Cancer Society is a national, community-based organization of volunteers whose mission is the eradication of cancer and the enhancement of the quality of life of people living with cancer.
Learn more at cancer.ca
We would like to thank Peter Ashworth of
Ashworth Associates Inc. for the invitation to this event.