The Two Chefs
Canadian foodies know Todd Perrin as the burly, entertaining, larger than life Newfoundlander who made it to the top 8 in The Food Network’s hit series Top Chef Canada 2011.
Todd graduated from The Culinary Institute of Canada at Holland College in PEI and went on to work at The Lodge at Kananaskis in Alberta and then at a private hotel near Zurich, Switzerland. In 2001, he opened “Two Chefs”, a fine dining eatery in St. John’s that in its first year, was listed as one of the country’s Top 50 New Restaurants in enRoute Magazine.
In 2008, he opened ‘The Chef’s Inn’, a B&B in downtown St. John’s, Newfoundland where he sources the freshest local ingredients from his own backyard, neighbours’ farms and his root cellar, practicing farm-to-table whenever possible. Todd’s latest project is a new restaurant at Mallard Cottage, in Quidi Vidi Village, St. John’s.
Born and raised in Nova Scotia’s Annapolis Valley, Jason Lynch studied at Le Cordon Bleu Culinary Arts Institute in Ottawa.
Upon returning to Nova Scotia he was part of the team at Acton’s Restaurant in Wolfville before joining Domaine de Grand Pré Winery’s Le Caveau Restaurant in 2003. In 2007 he took over as Le Caveau’s chef. At the forefront of the local food movement in the region, Jason sources roughly 80 percent of the restaurant’s ingredients locally. Le Caveau was named one of twenty world’s best winery restaurants by Wine Access magazine. Jason is also Chef at the Black Spruce Restaurant here in Gros Morne National Park.
Together Todd and Jason will be here on May 24th to celebrate our annual Trails, Tales and Tunes Festival in grand style with our very first pig roast.
Join us for an evening filled with music, casual food and companionship.