Ballet Fantastique is getting so excited for our upcoming event Cooking with the Choreographers! With just over two weeks left, we wanted to get to know one of the chefs that is helping us make this event happen: Tiffany from Party Downtown!
She tells us all about what her and Mark have planned for the evening, along with what she’s looking forward to and what her favorite dishes are!
Don’t miss out on this Caribbean feast. It’s going to be a lot of fun!
February 16th at 5pm
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BFan: What do you have planned for the event?
Tiffany: Emily from Red Wagon is demoing flambéed bananas right in the dining room! Plus I’ll be showing my technique for pie crust, which I get asked about A LOT!
BFan: Why are you passionate about serving local, organic, and creative food?
Tiffany: Mark and I love food. Eating it. Cooking it. Talking about it. So we just want the best food possible which we have available to us locally! And luckily it’s almost all organically grown if not certified organic!
BFan: Why do you think the Caribbean theme is going to be special and fun?
Tiffany: I love the opportunity to cook Caribbean food in February! We’re jumping a little outside of our local theme by using organic mangoes, coconuts, and other tropical foods. Something new to brighten up this winter!!
BFan: What should our guests be looking forward to?
Tiffany: Wine! Just kidding! I’m excited to see Mark’s [from William Rose Wines/Oregon Wine LAB] pairings with the food. Also Doubles (the curried chickpea flat bread) is one of our favorite things to make. We’ve been making them for years!
BFan: What is your favorite thing on the menu for Cooking with the Choreographers?
Tiffany: Coconut and banana is my favorite dessert combo and we don’t do it because of our local theme. So for me, I can’t wait to try the dessert!
BFan: How excited are you for the event?
Tiffany: We love entertaining a great group of happy people in our space!
For more information on this upcoming BFan event, click here!