Feb.72018

Special event

Past Event

A culinary demonstration featuring one of Quebec’s most respected culinary maestros.

Event: 6 PM

Tickets:
$116.83
Taxes and fees included

Where: Espace Plateau (1st floor)
General Admission

As part of its socio-culinary event series Women with Knives, the Phi Centre will host world-renowned chef Colombe St-Pierre for a culinary demonstration that will delight gourmets and neophytes.

A few lucky participants will have the opportunity to reinvent their culinary knowledge in an intimate atmosphere while being the privileged witnesses of the prowess of the Canadian chef.

Please note that de demonstration will take place in French. 

Colombe St-Pierre

It is said that a chef’s cuisine is the reflection of their personality. Colombe Saint-Pierre loves travel, adventure and is driven by passion. After 10 years or so spent exploring and discovering various culinary cultures across many continents around the world, her passion for food guided her back to her native village in the Lower St. Laurence region of Quebec. She is a self-taught woman of conviction with an independent spirit and penchant for perfection. Her “raison d’être” and the driving force behind her cooking is spirited promotion of the incredible diversity of regional culinary cultures, and raising awareness about the vital importance of environmental protection and conservation. After all, one’s food is intrinsically linked to one’s identity.

Women with Knives

This February, the Phi Centre is rolling out the red carpet for a whole host of culinary luminaries with a series of socio-culinary events that will highlight the female touch in the world’s top kitchens. The series will feature a conversation with Ana Roš, Colombe St-Pierre, Deborah A. Harris and Mitchell Davis, as well as culinary demos. Women with Knives is also a nod to the famous Italian chef Massimo Bottura, who delighted crowds at the Phi Centre in 2016 as part of the socio-culinary event series Theater of Life held to raise awareness about food waste.

Le mouvement des Femmes Chefs de Montréal vise l'échange, le partage et la transmission d'une passion et expertise communes. Extrêmement fières de nos produits locaux et artisans, notre objectif est de mettre de l'avant toutes les parties prenantes de l'écosystème culinaire québécois. Loin du «militantisme», nous souhaitons plutôt explorer l'identité culinaire féminine sans exclure, mais en prenant tout simplement notre place en se mobilisant pour organiser des immersions culinaires incroyables, locales et exclusives.

La Tablée des Chefs is a non-profit organization that has for mission is to feed people in need and to develop the culinary education of youth. It is also the engine of social involvement for Chefs, Cooks and Pastry chefs. Through its food chores and its Sustainable Food Brokerage Service, La Tablée des Chefs redistribute annually more than 498 000 servings of food to people in need. The organization also offers culinary training programs that focus on basic cooking techniques and the principles of healthy eating. Les Ateliers du Frère Toc are offered in every Youth Centers of the province in order to develop teenagers culinary autonomy and encourage the acquisition of tangible skills needed to complete daily tasks. Les Brigades Culinaires program is offered in 60 high schools, to more than 1 200 teenagers, in 14 regions across Quebec.

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