[Updated] On Monday evening [Feb 25] The Eliza DoLittle Society hosted their annual Soup-a-Bowl event in the Fairmont Hamilton Princess’ Harbourview Ballroom.
This is the seventh year The Eliza DoLittle Society has put on the charitable event, which was originally created to showcase to the public what is often eaten in feeding centres. As they provide food for hundreds of lunches and dinners, soup is a main staple; this event helps to celebrate the Bermudians it provides a hot meal for.
There was a variety of soups to try with over a dozen local chefs participating, and those in attendance included Governor George Fergusson, Premier Craig Cannonier, Minister Bob Richards, Minister Michael Dunkley and Minister Pat Gordon Pamplin.
The winner of the Amateur Division was Chef Shane Morrissey, from the Bermuda College Culinary Arts Programme, who prepared a Roasted Corn Chowder with Cajun Grilled Chicken soup. The winner of the Professional Division was Chef Richard Reno, from The Mid Ocean Club, who prepared a Shrimp & Red Pepper Bisque.
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Articles that link to this one:
- Soup-A-Bowl Event Raises $20,500 For Charity | Bernews.com | March 2, 2013
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