|Staff preparing some of the dishes for the evening meal at The St. Peter's Marina|
|Alain Bosse preparing dessert|
|Right Some Good's Chefs stop for a photo|
|Pearlene Mofford and Alain Bosse|
And what a fabulous night it was, guests from Nova Scotia came in from as far away as Truro just for the event and visitors to our area included folks from the US and Germany were over joyed to have the opportunity to take part in such a culinary event. The food was amazing and the setting perfect, another success for the Right Some Good organizers who always do such a spectacular job. Hats off to Pearlene and her team and we will see you again next year.
Tonight in Ingonish Beach Right Some Good are doing something a little different and very exciting. Cooking with Chef E. Michael. Find out more information on this event at www.rightsomegood.ca.
Cooking with Chef E. Michael, Céilidh Hall, Keltic Lodge, Ingonish Beach, NS – Class starts at 7 p.m. doors open at 6:30 pm.
‘Sea’ food differently Cooking Class!
Always wanted to cook seafood like a pro and learn about using fresh, local and seasonal ingredients? Now’s your chance! Right Some Good is excited to introduce our first-ever cooking classes with Master Chef, Michael Reidt.
Here you will work alongside one of the best chefs in America and learn how to tackle one of Nova Scotia’s best-known ingredient – seafood. In this three-hour class, you will learn all you need to know about seafood preparation as you cook and eat a four-course meal. You’ll also be treated to our paired wines or beers.
Chef Michael’s ‘Everything Seafood’ class menu:
• Snow crab salad with local melon, herb and chili aioli
•Butter poaching a lobster (not as hard as you might think)
• Butchering and cooking a whole red fish with a simple pan sauce
• Blueberry panna cotta with fig jam
Meet your Master Chef for the evening class! Chef E. Michael Reidt was named one of the United States’ “Best New Chefs” in 2001 by Food & Wine magazine, and more recently “Chef of the Year” in 2011 by Eater Miami and one of Miami’s “Hot New Chefs” by Ocean Drive Magazine, Reidt’s immersion into different culinary cultures and in-depth experience with the world’s leading chefs have garnered Chef Michael high recognition, awards and respect throughout the USA.
His signature layering technique wowed Right Some Good guests in 2012 as the feature chef at the Cabot Links 12th Hole Bunker dinner. This year, he has agreed to join us again, but this time he is ready to share some of his trade secrets! You won’t want to miss this opportunity to work first hand, with one of America’s best chefs!