Abu Dhabi to Toronto is an effortlessly seamless transition as if walking from Soho to Midtown Manhattan, Mayfair to Chelsea, Alexander Platz to Postdamer Platz, made possible thanks to Etihad Airways. Going from a table at Frankie’s at the Fairmont to embark on a three day delicious food show in Toronto. Chef to Chef. Farm to table. Fairmont to Fairmont. How simple life can be and how much fun. Yet nothing is complete without food, it is the essence of life, and if you don’t like eating then I don’t want to know you. Toronto has it Delicious Show and you don’t want to miss this experience, of wine, cocktails, beer’s, foods, cafe’s, and learn how to cook without oil or butter without comprising taste. The Dj’s get the party started, and from start to finish it’s just one big party the kind you don’t want to miss. I recently got inspired to look into kitchens of Chef’s thanks to a brilliant stage play The Kitchen. During the Toronto Film Festival My Name is Khan featured the kitchen of Toronto Chef Brad Long’s Cafe Belong with films of the day. In Abu Dhabi it started with Kings of Pastry a 2009 Documentary about collar awarded to the winner of the Meilleur Ouvrier de France the ultimate recognition for every pastry chef, it is a dream and an obsession. Along came films and the Chef Marco Pierre White food and films, and so the journey seems seamless as the thread that connects is food. The adventure of discover and the party never stops at My Name is Khan.
Oh So Delicious ! Abu Dhabi to Toronto!