Lancaster, PA, February 09, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- The Lancaster, Pennsylvania bailliage of the Chaîne des Rôtisseurs, the oldest and largest food and wine society in the world, recently held its annual Holiday Party at Restaurant Mazzi with nearly 40 members in attendance. Les Roses Culinaires Baillage, selected Restaurant Mazzi since it is both a Forbes Travel Four Star and AAA Four Diamond rated restaurant.
The festive private dining salon at Restaurant Mazzi reflected holiday cheer and inspiration of the season. Members and guests enjoyed a fun filled evening and sampled numerous items from restaurant Mazzi’s upcoming new menu.
Among the items discussed at the Holiday gala were the upcoming Young Chef’s competition and the Bailliage’s Induction Ceremony, both scheduled for March 2012.
The Les Roses Culinaires Bailliage’s new member Induction Ceremony Dinner is a “Black Tie” gathering scheduled for Saturday, March 10, 2012 at the award winning Restaurant Mazzi, located in the renowned Inn at Leola Village. The Billiage hosts about five to six functions annually, which are open to all Chaîne des Rôtisseurs members and their guests.
The regional Young Chef’s competition is scheduled for March 11, 2012, in York, PA, where chef competitors will receive a sealed box of mandatory ingredients from which to prepare a 3-course dinner. A panel of culinary judges, comprising of both Professional (restaurant trade) and Non-Professional members of the Chaîne des Rôtisseurs will determine who will go forward to represent the Mid-Atlantic region at the national competition being held in New Orleans, LA on May 17-20, 2012. Judging will be based on taste, presentation, originality and kitchen technique.
The Confrérie de la Chaîne des Rôtisseurs™ is the oldest and largest food and wine society in the world. The chapter in the United States is now in its 52nd year with about 6,000 gourmands, gourmets, chefs, restaurateurs, hoteliers, oenologists, winery owners, sommeliers, and others interested in the finest of dining and life experiences and enjoying the camaraderie of friends at dinners and events. The tradition of the royal guild of goose roasters of 1248 was revived in Paris in 1950 and we now carry on those traditions. http://www.chaineus.org
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Bailliage de Les Roses Culinaires
(610)- 357 2221