Friday, October 24, 2008

The ultimate what to wear:

To this? I wish I could get all the art from the invitation on here.

YOUR INVITATION TO LATIN/CARIBBEAN VEGAN MEAL AND MUSIC - DINNER PARTY

Two Vegan Caribbean Chefs will be meeting up in Reno, on November 8th for a Caribbean cook-off providing a very special “VIP” Dinner for Reggae Music aficionados and friends and YOU ARE INVITED!

What: Hors d’oeuvres, 4-course authentic Latin/Caribbean Vegan Meal
plus dessert, organic wine and music!

Music: Spinning by DJ Anthony “The PostmOn” Postman and a live acoustic set
by The Mark Sexton Band performing their new reggae singles “Hold On” and “Used To Do”

Plus! The evening will be taped for a trailer for a Reality Caribbean Cooking Show!
Produced by CJ of Sequoia Digital Promotions

ABOUT THE CHEFS:
Chef Mayra, aka “Dr. Flavor” from Las Vegas trained in the culinary arts has been in the “healthy eating and cooking” industry for over 11 years. She has certifications in Sports nutrition, Macrobiotic cooking, Vegan and Vegetarian, Holistic, and Feng Shui cuisine. She started her career as a cook by learning and experimenting with many recipes from France, Caribbean, Southern, Cajun and West Africa.

Chef Kimba the RastaMan: Owner of Roots-N-Kulchah Company, Sacramento, CA Chef Kimba, who from a young boy growing up in St. Croix embraced cooking and also the Rasta belief that “Ital is vital.” “We as children Of Jah (God) must eat to live and not to die”. So we as Rasta say we don’t entertain “deadas” (food that represents death). Our cuisines are nourishing and does not leave you feeling stuffed and weighed down. Come experience the very true essence of the Rasta/Caribbean Culture. Ital food for the mind body and soul! “Tasting is believing”.

Dr. Flavor and Chef Kimba ** ARE TAKING OVER THE FLAVOR IN THE RENO AREA!!

This sounds totally goofy to me. I edited out the identifying info, but WTF do you wear to a fancy reggae dinner party? I don't have any formal tie-dye. Matt really wants to take me (his words specifically). Heck, maybe it'll give me some more stuff to check off on that meme. And Reality Caribbean Cooking Show? Feng shui cuisine? Seriously? If we were in LA I would expect a celebrity to show up and get Punkd.

3 comments:

drwende said...

My first thought for winter is tailored pants with a sweater in the same color, as background for a funky, bold, "statement" necklace. A simple background almost always looks elegant, and the jewelry says you're having fun.

Zack said...

This sounds awesome, cant wait to see how it turns out.

Anne (in Reno) said...

I will post an update afterward, I promise. I also found a big honking necklace that I may potentially wear to negate any outfit worries.