Top DJs for Sunday’s Bachelor Chef Cookout

Top DJs for Sunday’s Bachelor Chef Cookout

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer Writer

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

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THE popular Bachelor Chef Cookout series is set for the Tiki Hut (formerly known as Kabana) on Hope Road in St Andrew, on Sunday.

The event will feature top sound system selectors DJ Narity and Sanjay (of Coppershot and Fame FM) and Chromatic.

Dubbed the Best of Best edition, promoter/chef Shea Stewart promises patrons a good time.

"Patrons are guaranteed a great time.
We have a
great line-up
of DJs, and with good food, that's a winning combination," said Stewart.

He explained how the Bachelor Chef Cookout event came about.

"Bachelor Chef Cookout was created to showcase my skills as a chef and to promote my web show of the same name. The first staging was actually in my backyard three years ago, when me and a few of my friends/partners set up in my backyard with a sound system and a small bar," said Stewart.

Stewart said the event has evolved.

"It has now become its own unique food event. We have expanded to a bigger venue, expanded our menu options and our attractions. This staging we have the largest pasta station we've ever put on at 40ft. We also have grown as chefs, so the food has more of our own personalities involved making it a truly unique experience," he said.

The 29-year-old sharpened his culinary skills at the Runaway Bay HEART Academy before embarking on a professional career in catering. The Bachelor Chef series has jump-started his catering business, Elite Kreations.

"This will be our 10th staging and we're using it as an opportunity to showcase delicious cuisines featured at our previous cookouts. Patrons can look forward to their favourite dishes from our Oriental, Caribana, Hawaiian Luau and Southwestern BBQ editions," said Stewart.

For the first time, event organisers are also introducing VIP lounges decked out with top-shelf spirits including Remy Martin, Luc Belaire and Patrón.

"We've enjoyed strong support from corporate sponsors and this time around we're partnering with CPJ, Caribbean Broilers, Nestlé, Production Resource Systems (PRS) and GEM Spring Water to host an unforgettable event," said Stewart.

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