One of the cool events coming up that I just cant wait which is happening very very soon. Its about Hennessy X.O Appreciation Grows dinner series, which will be meticulously orchestrated by Chef Edward Lee this 18-21 April 2012 that turns out to be one of the most celebrated event for the year.

During the dinner Hennessy X.O is going to showcase into the originality of its makers in creating a superior product and birthing the prestige spirits market as with this Hennessy X.O’s “Appreciation Grows” that aim to define excellence, quality, originality and heritage of Hennessy X.O

I am one Hennessy X.O lover myself and to feature this great spirit by featuring true creations on celebrating the the brand its something unique also with many years pass by, the spirit also evolve and will look forward on the introduction of the Hennessy New Pack and Hennessy X.O Mathusalem.

Nevertheless, I have seen the profile of Chef Edward Lee and I must share his profile with you guys:



Chef Edward Lee’s story – and his food – could only happen in America. One part Southern soul, one part Asian spice, and one part New York attitude, Lee is a Korean-American who grew up in Brooklyn, trained in classical French kitchens, and has spent the better part of a decade cooking in Louisville, Kentucky.
Lee’s passion for food is only surpassed by his sense of adventure; it is, after all, what took him to Louisville from a successful career in New York City. In 2001, on a cross-country road trip, Lee wound up in Louisville during Derby Week, the busiest dining week of the year. On a tip from a friend, he sought out the eccentric chef of a local gem called 610 Magnolia, finagling an invitation to work in the kitchen for the week. Impressed with Lee’s passion and skill, the chef offered him the restaurant less than a year later, and his Southern adventures began. The rest is history.

A James Beard finalist for Best Chef: Southeast in 2011, he has been featured in Gourmet and Esquire magazines, defeated Iron Chef Jose Garces on Food Network’s “Iron Chef America,” appeared on the CBS “Early Show” preparing an eclectic three-course meal for a family of four for under $40, and was most recently seen on “Top Chef: Texas.” Lee continues to seek out adventure, whether fishing bare-handed in a Kentucky creek, hunting for venison, working in a slaughterhouse or dropping in on a friend’s restaurant to cook for a few days. He approaches his professional and culinary life with candor, humor, and –most importantly – the same spirit of adventure that was the original impetus for his success.

I just cant wait to attend this event and I shall share what had happen in the event on my next blog post . .hehe~


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