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Culinary Cities of the World: Peru — Gala Dinner with Chef Guillermo Russo

The George Brown College Centre for Hospitality and Culinary Arts, in partnership with the Trade Office of Peru, is delighted to welcome celebrated Peruvian chef Guillermo Russo to Toronto for our next Culinary Countries of the World event.

With over 15 years of worldwide experience, Chef Guillermo has worked at top restaurants in Peru (La Gloria), UK (The Savoy GrillMazeGordon Ramsay at Claridge's and Restaurant Gordon Ramsay), and Canada (Lucien, The Black Hoof, Laurier Gordon Ramsey, Park), and now he works with the Trade Office of Peru, representing Peruvian culture and cuisine in Canada.

During his visit to George Brown College, he will be hosting an exclusive dinner at our student-run restaurant, The Chefs’ House. This dinner will explore contemporary Peruvian food and showcase the diverse nature of Peruvian gastronomy. It will be an outstanding evening of Peruvian dining!

Reservations for the Culinary Cities of the World: Peru gala dinner are available online for $85 per person, plus HST and applicable ticket processing fees. Chef Guillermo's visits to The Chefs’ House are always popular — don't miss out!


  • Wednesday, 21 November
  • 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm
  • $85 per seat, plus HST and ticket processing fees
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In Conversation with...

In Conversation With: Joe Beef's David McMillan

In Conversation with Joe Beef’s David McMillan

David McMillan, co-owner of Joe Beef and co-author of Joe Beef: Surviving the Apocalypse: Another Cookbook of Sorts, is coming to the CHCA for our next In Conversation event, with co-authors Meredith Erickson and Frederick Morin. They'll discuss food, lifestyle, and (perhaps) the apocalypse in a conversation and audience Q&A moderated by Tom Power of q, on CBC Radio. Afterwards, the authors will be available to sign copies of Joe Beef: Surviving the Apocalypse during a short reception. A copy of the cookbook is included with admission.

For more details about the book, and to learn more about the authors, Joe Beef: Surviving the Apocalypsevisit our ticketing page.


  • Monday, December 3
  • 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
  • The CHCA, 300 Adelaide St E
  • $85 plus HST and ticket processing fees
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