Bel Air, CA- This Tuesday in an estate in Bel Air, celebrities and lucky and generous guests were treated to an evening of caviar, charity, cuisine, champagne and classical music. The event benefited The Harold Robinson Foundation and featured exotic foods created by celebrity chef Marcel Vigneron. Not one to shy away from daring creations, Vigneron's menu consisted of Smoked Alligator, a whole Sturgeon, Alaskan Smoked Salmon, Oyster and Nitro Pearl Parfait, Spanish Deviled Egg, Rainbow Caviar Cones, and Nitro Lemondrop.
Celebrities in attendance included Angie Everhart, Simona Fusco, Tenille Houston, Kristin Ruhlin, James Kyson Lee, D’Arcy Ludwig, Tom Hallick, and Dorien Wilson.
Marcel Vigneron is considered to be one of the country's top chefs and is noted for his expertise of molecular gastronomy. He is most well known for being the runner-up on the second season of Top Chef. Currently, he is the star of his own show on the SyFy Channel entitled Marcel's Quantum Kitchen.
Chef Vigneron (on left) and Crew
Beverly Hills Caviar provided the caviar for the evening. The company is a major food distributor based in Los Angeles and has been in existence for more than 33 years. Most recently, Beverly Hills Caviar has been providing non-perishable items throughout the UK and Canada. Beverly Hills Caviar offers caviar and fine food serving pieces, specialty foods from Italian truffles to exotic salts, and has recently launched a caviar skin care serum line. For more information about products and caviar events go to http://www.beverlyhillscaviar.com/
The Harold Robinson Foundation, based in Los Angeles, is dedicated to enriching the lives of inner city and underprivileged children by providing them the means, free of costs, to attend a safe, nurturing and non-competitive camp environment where they will experience nature and participate in diverse recreational programs designed to strengthen confidence and independence, build character and develop leadership skills.
Carin von Berg