HRH Queen Elizabeth will be turning 90 in April and we want to celebrate with her! Come join Dep alumni, cook, instructor, food blogger and royal fan Paula Costa as we enjoy some of the Queen’s favourite dishes, gleaned from the recipes of Royal Chef Carolyn Robb who has cooked for many of the Royal family including the Queen and Prince William.
A delicious combination of mushrooms in a rich, creamy sauce nestled in delicate butter puff pastry and garnished with fresh herbs.
Roasted Butternut Squash & Corn Soup
A velvety and delicate golden soup.
Smoked Haddock Kedgeree
Kedgeree, a lightly curried rice pilaf with smoked fish, is a popular dish that emerged from the Anglo-Indian fusion of the Raj era. Traditionally it is served at brunch, but when served like this — with shredded leeks, creamed spinach and quail eggs — it’s a supper fit for royalty!
Mixed Citrus Sorbet
Chocolate Biscuit Cake
This cake is a favourite of the Queen and the Princes; so much so that it was the Groom’s cake for Prince William’s wedding.
Paula Costa is an avid cook who loves to share amazing food experiences through her popular food blog, Dragon’s Kitchen, and by hosting food events and cooking workshops around the GTA. Her pride in her Portuguese culinary heritage and her passion for Mediterranean food is evident in her many sold-out Ottolenghi Supper Clubs at The Depanneur. Paula also enjoys stretching her kitchen creativity through elaborate theme dinners, such as the 7-Deadly Sins, and her remarkable 11-course recreation of the Titanic’s final meal. Paula has a new catering project in the works, Saboroso Food & Catering.
Every weekend The Depanneur invites an amateur or professional guest chef to host a fun, informal dinner party.
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