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Enderun Colleges to Host Charity Dinner With Alain Ducasse as Guest of Honor

The five-course meal will be prepared by chefs and students trained under Ducasse Education Philippines.
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Enderun Colleges is once again hosting a fabulous dinner prepared by Ducasse Education Philippines for the benefit of Tuloy Foundation. The guest of honor on the evening of November 27, 6 p.m. will be no other than acclaimed chef Alain Ducasse. The benefit dinner is called “Harvest of Hope” and will begin with a farmers’ showcase in the afternoon. The chefs and students trained under Ducasse Education Philippines will prepare a five-course menu for the guests featuring locally sourced products. This is the second time in four years Ducasse will make an appearance at the Enderun-organized event.

With Ducasse Education Philippines’ Youth with a Future program, the charity dinner and auction aim to provide 10 scholars from the Tuloy Foundation with a chance to receive culinary training at Ducasse Education. All proceeds from the event will go into funding their education. A seat at the dinner is P10,000 while a table for ten goes for P83,000. 

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The Tuloy Foundation is a non-profit organization that provides care for displaced children and youth. It aims to reintegrate these children into society through programs of caring, healing, and teaching.

The dinner will be prepared by chefs Marc Chapolin, Laetitia Moreau, and Cheong Yan See. The menu will feature Greek-style micro cucumbers with white cheese and wild arugula, tuna belly escabeche with micro tomatoes and wild arugula, roasted beef loin, dalandan and blackpepper jus served with local farm vegetables and adlai risotto, local artisanal cheese plate with mulberry jam and pili nuts, and tropical lemongrass Vacherin with passion fruit, mango, and coconut purée. 

On the morning of the 28th, an alumni gathering among the culinary students will take place. The event will also hold the unveiling of a new state-of-the-art kitchen.

For reservations and more information, visit youthwithafuture.ph

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