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Haiti Relief Dinner
In response to the recent tragedy in Haiti, Campagne in Seattle invites you and your friends to attend a fundraising three-course Bouillabaisse dinner on Monday night, January 25th, 2010.
For dinner and wine pairing they suggest a minimum donation of $100 per person, 100% of which will be donated to Doctors Without Borders, a charity who has had a presence in Haiti for the past 19 years.
Campagne’s service and kitchen staff have volunteered their time to make this as effective a fundraiser as possible. Even the suppliers of the restaurant have offered to support with donations of product and the Inn at the Market will generously match the first $5,000 that is raised.
First course: Salade verte au chèvre chaud
Second course: Chef Daisley Gordon’s renowned Bouillabaisse
Third course: Galette des Rois
Wines will be donated for the first and second courses.
Seatings begin at 5:30pm. Space is limited so please make your reservation soon to help make a real difference for the victims of this tragedy. Ph# 206.728.2800.
“Exquisite food that’s treated as respectfully as the customers… Whatever route you take to Campagne, a great evening is assured.” – Zagat Survey
Named as one of the top ten restaurants in its opening year by the Seattle Times and as one of the best restaurants in America by The Wine Spectator, Café Campagne has received the designation as Seattle’s top French Café/Bistro consistently by Zagat Survey.
Now, for being such a good and blessed human being, reward yourself! Try some of these, in the name of research, in preparation for Valentine’s Day…
These salted chocolate-covered honey caramels are made in small batches in McMinnville, OR. The soft caramels are slow-cooked with cream, butter, sugar, and local blackberry honey, then hand-dipped in milk or dark chocolate. $25 per pound; honestchocolates.com
Moonstruck Sweet Heart truffles
Treat your Valentine with this set of pink Champagne, crème brûlée, and chocolate ganache heart-shaped truffles. $15 for a box of 6; moonstruckchocolate.com
Icicle Ridge Winery Chocolate Cherry Passion
This dessert wine is divine on its own, but even better drizzled over ice cream or cheesecake. Think cherry cordials in a glass.$28.50 for a 375mL bottle; icicleridgewinery.com
Phillips Double Chocolate Porter (okay, technically a beer)
Phillips Brewery in Victoria, B.C., infuses powdered cocoa and roasted coffee into this light (just 5.2% alcohol) yet surprisingly rich brew. Knock back a few pints, or substitute it for Guinness in your favorite recipe for chocolate stout cake. $5cdn for 650mL; phillipsbeer.com
Extreme Chocolate Cocoa Magic
These cocoa spice rubs add a surprisingly savory depth of flavor to roasted and braised meats, with a different blend for poultry, pork, lamb, and beef. $7.50 each; extremechocolates.com
This Mexican chocolate caramel popcorn is Seattle’s premier gourmet popcorn.The shop drizzles caramel corn with cinnamon-spiked chocolate, worth smuggling into the theater for that date movie. $16 for one gallon; kukuruza.com
Coastal Mist truffles
Named “Best in Show” at 2009’s Oregon Chocolate Festival, Coastal Mist’s impeccably decorated Belgian truffles (made by chocolatier-couple Kevin and Tara Shaw in Bandon, OR) are simply irresistible. $18.50 for a box of 10; coastalmist.com
Pacific Northwest collection Local ingredients—DuChilly hazelnuts, Pinot Noir, and Pike Street Stout (brewed by Seattle’s Pike Brewing)—fill the centers of these Northwest-inspired truffles. $32 for 16 pieces; ohchocolate.com