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Melbourne Good Food Month 2015: Battle of the Pans!Oct 29, 2015


You Eat. You Drink. You Decide. Ms. Collins hosts Good Food Month event, Battle of the Pans, with famous foodies: Dan Poyner and Daniel Wilson.

This November 10th, watch as two heavyweight gastronomes go head to head in a battle of wills and pans at the one and only Ms. Collins. Blood will be shed, food will be consumed, drinks will be downed, but only one chef will emerge the champion.

Ms. Collins hosts Good Food Month’s Battle of the Pans this Good Food Month. The two chowhound chefs will go head to head in a throwdown battle where each will create two mains and one dessert for the guests to then decide who the ultimate connoisseur is.

 

Who are the Chefs?

 

Daniel Poyner of Ms. Collins

“Dan Poyner, Ms Collins’ Chef du Cuisine, brings with him over 15 years of experience and expertise including working at renowned restaurant The Thomas Cubitt, Melbourne’s Circa the Prince and The Middle Park Hotel” – http://www.mscollins.com.au/weekly_nights/the-chefs

Dan will be cooking Contemporary Australian fare.

 

Daniel Wilson of Huxtable

“Founder and chef of Huxtable and Huxtaburger, Daniel has been awarded a coveted Chef Hat in The Age Good Food Guide 2014” – http://www.mscollins.com.au/weekly_nights/the-chefs

Daniel will be making Pan Asian meals.

 

With two top Melbourne chefs making amazing food – and matching wines alongside – we cannot wait for this Good Food Month event to start. Make sure you get your tickets ASAP, Battle of the Pans will be one hell of a night!

Battle of the Pans

Tuesday 10 November

7:00pm

6 plates (2 mains + 1 dessert from each chef) plus matching wines

$125 per person – book here

 

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