Celebrity Chef Pablo Ranea from Mendoza, Argentina, will be going all-out on Thursday, September 15 and Saturday, September 17 at two charity functions, held at Tango Argentine Grill and Hadicurari restaurant.
The chef, who has been teaching workshops at prestigious restaurants in Lima, Peru, San Francisco and New York, among others, will be coming to Aruba to host a workshop for EPI students and teach the culinary team of Aruba Wine and Dine. Proceeds of the 4-course lunch & wine pairing and dinner & wine pairing will be going to the foundation for homes for the elderly on the island, SABA.
Earlier that week a group of 15 students and two teachers of EPI will be taught the celebrity chef’s take on mise-en-place, ingredients, appetizers, entrées and desserts during a workshop. The Pop-Up Lunch at Tango Argentine Grill is held on Thursday, September 15. The event, which is open to visitors and locals, is made up of a 4-course lunch and wine pairing. As Chef Pablo is at the forefront of contemporary food and wine pairing, this might provide some amazing pairings. His New Argentinian cuisine is a fusion of traditional recipes with a flirty Latin American wink. A maximum of 40 guests will be able to savor this extraordinary food and wine pairing.
The Pop-Up Dinner, held on Saturday, September 17, is held from 7 – 10 pm. Visitors and locals will be able to mingle with local VIPs and press members at Hadicurari restaurant. The 6-course menu includes very good, carefully selected top wines. Decorations at Tango and Hadicurari are works of art made by local artists; everything will be for sale. At Hadicurari a maximum of 50 guests can register.
Sponsors of this unique event include Compra, Romar Trading and Pepia Est.
Chef Pablo Ranea’s personal motto is ‘great wines demand great food’, so prepare yourself for a showcase that will blow your mind.