Chef Luke Dale-Roberts of The Test Kitchen has been invited to collaborate with chef Daniel Boulud of New York City’s famed Restaurant Daniel for a good cause. The two Michelin-starred restaurant will host a ‘Citymeals on Wheels Sunday Supper’ on Sunday 10 March, which brings together leading chefs from around the globe for an evening of cooking and fundraising.
Apart from Luke, Daniel Boulud – who is co-president of Citymeals on Wheels – has also invited chef Pedro Bargero of Chila Restaurant in Buenos Aires, chef Neil Perry of Rockpool in Sydney and chef César Troisgros of Troisgros in France. Luke has created a new dish for the occasion that features butter-roasted langoustine, snoek brandade, lightly smoked snoek extraction, mushroom jam, black truffle and savoy cabbage.
Citymeals on Wheels, which was founded in 1981, has delivered 56 million meals throughout New York City’s five boroughs. Each year, the non-profit organisation prepares and delivers over 2 million weekend, holiday and emergency meals for more than 18 000 frail aged New Yorkers. 100% of the proceeds raised from the Sunday Supper go directly to the preparation and delivery of meals.
If you find yourself in the Big Apple next month, you can buy tickets (for $2,000 a seat) and attend the event on 10 March 2019 at Restaurant Daniel on 60 East 65th Street, Manhattan.