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Jamaica Observer Food Awards celebrity guest chef Collin Brown was the guest of honour at an intimate dinner hosted by Christelle Harris at the Terra Nova All-Suite Hotel recently. The cosy candle-lit affair was held inside the Regency Room — the 2012 Food Awards winner for Best Place for Dinner — as guests caught up in-between sips of Little Penguin Merlot and Chardonnay and forkfuls of an impressive four-course dinner. Thursday Food shares highlights.
(Photos: Marlon Reid)
Jamaica Observer Food Awards celebrity guest chef Collin Brown shows off his 2011-
2012 AA Rosette Award for Culinary Excellence to Christelle Harris of the Terra Nova
All-Suite Hotel. Brown told Thursday Food that he's the only Caribbean chef with two
Rosettes and he's looking forward to his third, which will gain his eatery Chef Collin
Brown a Michelin Star — the hallmark of fine dining. (Photos: Marlon Reid)
Guests enjoy each other's company over the intimate candle-lit
A trio of
Arnella Chin, operations manager at Track Price
Plus, and her Dream Entertainment director
beau Pierre Goubault catch up over dinner.
Jamaica Observer Food Awards chair Novia McDonald-Whyte (centre) is joined by celebrity guest chef Collin Brown and
Christelle Harris for a photo-op. (Photos: Marlon Reid)
Architect Zuar ‘Ard’ Jarrett and his Food Awards judge belle Krystal Chong were caught in
peals of laughter when we snapped them ahead of dinner.
Christelle Harris (right) engages Jamaica Observer Food Awards celebrity guest
chef Collin Brown (left) and interior designer and culinary consultant Ardelle Dalla
Costa (second left) in conversation, while Roma Chin (third left) catches up with
siblings Charles Hussey and Angie Harris.
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