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All Female Chef Line-Up Highlight of Culinary Fundraiser! Eat to the Beat

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Sixty of Canada’s top female chefs are donating their time and talent to create mouthwatering treats at the 17th Annual Eat to the Beat culinary fundraiser on Tuesday, October 16, at 7:00pm at Roy Thomson Hall (60 Simcoe Street, Toronto). Eat to the Beat benefits Willow Breast Cancer Support Canada, a not-for-profit organization that offers free peer support to anyone coping with breast cancer. Tickets are $150 each (with a tax receipt) and include all food and beverages. For tickets or to see the line-up of chefs and beverage participants, please visit www.eattothebeat.ca or call 416.778.6314 x 236.

Eat to the Beat has a cornucopia of sweet and savory foods, wines, premium beers and spirits for sampling at food and drink stations positioned around Roy Thomson Hall’s outer lobby. The incredible chef line-up includes Donna Dooher (Mildred’s Temple Kitchen), Anne Yarymowich (Art Gallery of Ontario), Vanessa Yeung (Aphrodite Cooks), Arvinda and Preena Chauhan (Arvinda's Healthy Gourmet Indian Cooking), Joanne Lusted (Clean Eating Magazine), Dufflet Rosenberg (Dufflet Pastries), Madelaine Sperry (Flaky Tart ), Lynn Jones-Adams (Inn on the Twenty), Wanda Beaver (Wanda's Pie in the Sky), Lola Csullog-Fernandez (Pimentón Spanish and Mediterranean Fine Foods), Alida Solomon (Tutti Matti), Adrienne Weinberg (She Takes the Cake) and Top Chef Canada II finalists Trish Sheen (Crush Wine Bar) and Elizabeth Rivasplata (Art Gallery of Ontario) to name a few.

They’re fun, they’re colourful, they’re cheeky and they’ve become a tradition at Eat to the Beat. Adding class with a bit of sass, breast cancer survivors will be modeling original food-inspired corsets that they have created.

The evening also includes live music, a silent auction featuring must-have items, and a raffle draw for a chance to win great prizes.

Highlighted as one of Toronto’s top 10 events by BizBash magazine, Eat to the Beat has raised more than $3.2 million for Willow.

In 2012 an estimated 22,900 people will be diagnosed with breast cancer in Canada. From the individual diagnosed, to their family, friends and caregivers, Willow provides free support and information today for those who cannot wait for tomorrow’s cure.

Location

60 Simcoe Street
M5J 2HJ

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