Keith Griffin, vice president of the Cayman Culinary Society, is hoping to make the Sun, Sand & Supper weekend an annual feature on the local calendar.
On Dec. 7 and 8, the Cayman Culinary Society, in conjunction with the chefs of Little Cayman, will host the first Sun, Sand & Supper weekend on the smallest Sister Island.
The event will also feature chefs from Grand Cayman, together producing a unique culinary experience. It all begins with a barbecue dinner at Paradise Villas on Dec. 7 followed by a gala dinner on Dec. 8 at Southern Cross Club.
Featured chefs for this year’s event will be renowned consultant chef Sara Mair-Doak of Smokies, chef Keith Griffin, who is also the vice president of the Cayman Culinary Society, Sam Liyanaga, executive chef of Lighthouse Restaurant and Indika Karunaratna, executive chef of Guy Harvey’s and two-time winner of Cayman Islands Chef of the Year.
Friday’s barbecue will be a relaxed evening where guests can mingle with the participating chefs, while the gala dinner on Saturday will feature a cocktail reception and four-course dinner served under the stars.
Beverages are generously donated by Jacques Scott with food sponsored by Progressive Distributors Ltd. and equipment needs sponsored by Island Supply Ltd.
News Source: Cayman Compass