Francophonie-EAT, a Sustainable Food Market
Placed this year under the theme of sustainability, the Singapore Francophonie Festival is back from 10 to 28 March with 18 programmes such as film screenings, exhibitions, panel discussions, a gastronomy event and many more!
So Chic is thrilled to welcome you at the Francophonie-EAT 2022 for a Sustainable Food Market in partnership with the Group of the Ambassadors of the Francophonie in Singapore.
Come & Join us at our Partner Venue EHL Campus (Singapore) to taste tantalising samples from Canada, Egypt, France, Georgia, Mexico, Romania, Rwanda and Switzerland.
Home chefs can also look forward to workshops conducted by professionals, where they will have the chance to expand their culinary repertoire, and learn more about the various sustainable products used in the demonstration.
In addition to an exclusive Food Market ( selection of cheeses, caviar, coffee, oysters, spices, vegetables, specialty dishes, local juices & much more from these 8 countries ), here is a snap-shot of the workshops:
10AM – 10.45AM: Chocolate & Coffee
To satisfy your sweet tooth, try out this chocolate and coffee pairing! French chocolatier Laurent Bernard will take you on an extraordinary journey to the ‘heart of chocolate’; alongside, a Rwandan coffee pairing will also offer the chance for you to glean insights as to why your taste buds like chocolate and coffee so much.
11AM – 11.45AM: Oysters & Gin
We can’t wait for you to experience the legendary taste profile of Geay Oysters from Marennes-Oléron’s (South of France), a region renowned for its delicious oysters. They will be paired with Canadian gin from Ginealogy, a boutique distributor of premium craft spirits from the heart of Québec, Canada. You’re in for a treat!
1.30PM – 2.15PM: Seafood & Plant-based pea-panneer
Chef at the official residence of the High Commissioner of Canada, Anand Kumar, will be conducting a workshop utilising the tantalising lobsters from New Brunswick, and tasty Canadian R&D-ed plant-based pea-paneer from Herbyvore! In this live demonstration, you’ll learn about new and dynamic ways to prepare scrumptious dishes!
2.30PM – 3.15PM: Egyptian desserts
Chef Khaled will be preparing “Om Ali” – meaning “Mother of Ali”. As one of the national desserts of Egypt, this dish is as meaningful as it is traditional.
Dates: March 12th
Partner Venue: EHL Campus
3 Lady Hill Road / 258672 / Singapore
The Sustainable Food Market is free and open to the public – strictly By Registration Only (please note that non- registered participants will be turned away, in order not to violate prevailing SMMs).
Pick your session – morning or afternoon (limited slots) – to enjoy the workshops and the food market.
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Programme part of the Francophonie Festival 2022