Les Dames d’Escoffier STL Present a Global Culinary Initiative - Passport to France, Destination Provence
Join us for a gracious summer culinary evening at the newly opened Venue at Maison du Lac in Pacific, Missouri. Cocktails and hors d'oeurves, served on the terrace, will begin this idyllic summer evening at this 30 acre countryside venue, overlooking its lake and 1840s French immigrant stone farm house. A multi-course, country French meal will follow, featuring the savory flavors of Provence.
Elsie Parker and The Poor People of Paris, a St Louis-based group that specializes in French music, will perform throughout the evening. A silent auction will feature many French-focused foods and herbs, wines, cookbooks and other items.
Passport to France, Destination Provence is an annual philanthropic event of the Global Culinary Initiative of Les Dames d'Escoffier St Louis, providing financial support for culinary scholarships for women and for community outreach.
This event is open to the public. Price is $90 per ticket.
(75% is a tax-deductible philanthropic contribution.)
Venez assister à une conférence de deux heures sur les grandes maisons de couture françaises!
Franco-Moroccan author of the internationally bestselling thriller "The Perfect Nanny," Leila Slimani will be at the St. Louis County Library headquarters as part of her U.S. book tour to present the English release of her prizewinning first novel, Adèle.