Video: Coming To The ‘Table’: The Trinidad & Tobago Table Talk Food Awards

Coming To The ‘Table’

Saturday, January 28, 2017

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Sharon Clark-Rowley, the attorney-at-law married to the country’s prime minister, and her legal eagle daughter Tonya Rowley, generated a certain buzz on the Tuesday, January 17th guest list as the otherwise measured conversations and shutter speeds seemed to spontaneously erupt in their vicinity. Then there was Aioli founder & Executive Chef John Aboud, who deservedly earned three Trinidad & Tobago Table Talk Food Awards — the most nods at this, the third staging of the series’s twin-island republic edition. The festivities were backed by Scotiabank, Sperone, Estate 101, Caribbean Airlines, AS Bryden & Sons and Frigidaire, and unfolded in familiar territory at the private social members’ club in Maraval, Estate 101, where on a drizzly night Rock-native, Executive Chef Merrick Wilmot fêted patrons with his extensive buffet service.
SO narrows its frame around the winners and patrons who came to represent and applaud excellence.





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