WELLINGTON, New Zealand (CMC) -- New Zealand defeated West Indies by an innings and 73 runs on the third day of the second test at the Basin Reserve on Friday.
Scores: New Zealand 441 all out (Taylor 129, Watling 65, Best 4-110, Gabriel 2-86, Sammy 2-92)
West Indies 193 (Samuels 60, Edwards 55, Boult 6-40, Southee 2-58, ...more »
The luxe Round Hill Hotel & Villas was the backdrop for a fund-raising gourmet dinner hosted last Wednesday evening by the non-profit organisation, ‘We Care for Cornwall Regional Hospital’.
Steered by Caribbean Producers of Jamaica (CPJ) Executive Chairman Mark Hart, and featuring a specially prepared menu by Round Hill’s multi-award-winning executive chef Martin 0, the dinner event raised US$6,000 (J$552,000) for the charitable cause, which this year, has garnered an estimated US$100,000 (J$9.2 million) through its other fund-raising ventures to better develop the hospital.
The four-course dinner affair — which saw selected CPJ wines being poured with each course — opened with organic baby greens and closed with decadent chocolate hazelnut bars.
We share scenes from the gourmet repast that won overwhelming plaudits from guests.
CPJ Executive Chairman Mark
Hart (right) joined his father
Tony Hart (left), Richard Hamilton,
Commodore of the Montego Bay
Yacht Club, and Jan Polack,
chief operating officer of CPJ,
for a photo-op.
Raising a toast at the dinner table were (from left) Aroon Dadlani, wife Raquel, India Crotty, Candace Hart
and Blaise Hart.
Braised Short Ribs.
Mark Hart and his psychologist
wife Candace (right) shared
company with Raquel Dadlani.
Round Hill’s executive chef Martin Maginley (centre) with CPJ
executives Mark Hart (left) and Tom Tyler. (Photos: Aceion Cunningham)
Chocolate hazelnut bars
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