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Valentine’s Dinner With Chef Bryan

January 20, 2011

You’re invited to a special Valentine’s Day Dinner provided by Chef Bryan of the nonprofit Coalition for Compassion and Justice! The dinner will take place on Sunday, February 13th from 3pm-7pm in Esther Hall of the Prescott United Methodist Church. The Chef and his students will execute a full sit-down service for $40 per couple, payable at the event. RSVP to Sam Robson at (928) 499-1240. This event is not replacing our monthly Lunch with Chef Bryan event, which will take place on February 4th. How else can you enjoy a memorable Valentine’s Day meal while contributing to the fight against poverty? 

The Menu: 

Starters

Chef’s Hand-made Flat Bread served with an assortment of Mediterranean Condiments 

Appetizers

  • Fresh Flash-Fried Calamari served with Lemon Garlic Aolie
  • Creole Crab Cakes wtih Remoulade

Salad

Chef’s Winter Greens

Your Choice of Entree

  • Locally raised 12 oz Cut of Prime Rib
  • Pan Seared Sea Bass with Toasted Hazelnut Blue Cheese Pan Reduction

Dessert

Dark Chocolate Mousse in Chocolate Cups

Dinner includes red rose and blackberry sparkling water

**If you’ve never been to CCJ’s Lunch with Chef Bryan or had any of his food at Jazzy’s on Cortez you are in for a real treat. Bryan Nowicki has been the head chef at major restaurants in Las Vegas and locally, he’s well known in the area. CCJ also has a catering business Chef Bryan runs. The money from both goes to help feed the homeless in Prescott.

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