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Excellence. It’s the Law.

| June 27, 2013

We would love to highlight an amazing Chef and dear friend, Michael Law for his incredible work. He’s currently the Head Chef at The Wandering Goose, and alongside Heather Earnhardt has created incredible, mouth watering delights such as GRITS & GRILLADES (pan seared pork loin, spicy gravy, Boonville grits) and my personal favorite, the HANGTOWN FRY (fried oysters, cured pork belly, poached eggs). Aside from his culinary wizardry, he is hands down one of the nicest guys you’ll ever meet.

Tonight he is being recognized for his talents by The Seattle Met and Trumer Pils at a dining extravaganza, which includes exquisite cuisine created by the chefs themselves, premium beer, cocktails and live music.  Rising Star Chefs 2013 is only hours away!

You can be a part of this! You have about four hours to purchase tickets, just click the link below and you’re on your way to an incredible evening. If you attend, don’t miss your chance to support Global Partnerships by purchasing raffle tickets to win one of many incredible items, including one-of-a-kind artwork by Steve Jensen, valued at $400! Event is limited to 100 guests, so be sure to get a ticket before they’re gone, and again, congratulations to Michael Law. We know that this is just the beginning!

The Chef’s Table On Capitol Hill

| June 11, 2013

It was a gourmand’s dream-come-true: an exquisite dining experience for 20 in the stunning Caffe Vita Loft in Seattle.  Brendan McGill (Hitchcock Restaurant), Ethan Stowell (Ethan Stowell Restaurants) an Bob Prince (Caffe Vita) provided the culinary delights and wine pairings!

It was the St. Martins’ University Gala Auction where the chef’s dinner was purchased.  It was sold for $7800.00. 100% of that went to St. Martins’ and was purchased by James Phillips, Drew Phillips and David Owens!

They work for Berschauer Phillips Construction and have built many projects on the St. Martin’s campus.

We participate in this event at the request of our good friend and Salumi owner Armandino Batali.  Armandino is a 1958 graduate of St. Martins’ University.

Some Highlights – The menu featured Ricotta Ravioli with Brown Butter and Peas by Ethan Stowell, Neah Bah Halibut with Morels and Oven Roasted Ramps by Bob Prince, Bainbridge Island Duck done 4 ways by Brendan McGill, and a “to die for” Coconut Cake by Heather Earnhardt of Wandering Goose.

 

The wines were selected by Via Tribunali’s Travis Hawkins and were great pairings.

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