Alexandra Feswick gets ready for her re-enactment of Judy Chicago's The Dinner Party, replete with dishes shaped like ladyparts.

Chef Alexandra Feswick gets ready for her re-enactment of Judy Chicago’s notorious installation The Dinner Party, replete with dishes designed to resemble women’s’ nether regions.

For the second year running, The Samuel J. Moore‘s Chef Alexandra Feswick will be hosting The Dinner Party, a multi course dinner based up on the installation piece of the same name by feminist artist Judy Chicago.

On Tuesday the 3rd of December, assisted by Leah Wildman (2013 Toronto Hottest Chef), Charoltte Langley (Executive Chef at Catch), Carla Digenova (Pastry Chef at Pizzeria Libretto), Tiffany Wong (Chef de  Cuisine at Pizzeria Libretto), Tara Lee (Sous Chef at Skin and Bones), Leonie Lila (Executive Chef  at The Libertine), and Trish Gill (Executive Chef at The Dock Ellis), Alexandra will be creating a sumptuous nine course meal for a limited number of diners, with all proceeds going to Walk For Water. Kristina Chau and Not Your Average Party will also be helping out with the proceedings.

Tickets can be purchased here.

We sat down with Chef Feswick in order to discover where she found the inspiration behind this project…



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Jamie Drummond - Good Food RevolutionEdinburgh-born/Toronto-based Sommelier, consultant, writer, judge, and educator Jamie Drummond is the Director of Programs/Editor of Good Food Revolution… And he just wishes that he was going to be around for this.