Thin Mints Become Extraordinary Desserts October 5 to Support Girl Scouts of Southern Nevada
September 20, 2013 by VegasNews.com
Dessert Before Dinner is one of Southern Nevada’s tastiest events, featuring Las Vegas’ finest female pastry chefs in a competition for the title of Grand Cookie Master. The bake-off, highlighting Girl Scout Thin Mint cookies, takes place Saturday, October 5 at 6 p.m. at Caesars Palace, 3570 Las Vegas Boulevard Las Vegas, NV 89109.
In an interactive pre-dinner setting, guests sample each of the chef’s unique creations and vote. Chefs includes Jeanette Droegmoeller, assistant pastry chef at Bellagio Resort & Casino; Nicole Erle, executive pastry chef at Wolfgang Puck Fine Dining Group; Alicia Frick, assistant pastry chef at ARIA Resort and Casino; Brittany Givero, production chef at Three Square Food Bank ; Alessandra Madeira, chef de cuisine at Bratalian Neopolitan Cantina; Dyan Ng, executive pastry chef of Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace Las Vegas; Dorthy Pace, pastry chef tournant at Paris Las Vegas; Cindy Werth, pastry chef at Stratosphere Hotel & Tower; and Tamira White, assistant Pastry Chef at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.
“YES, we really do serve dessert before dinner (and after), it’s scrumptious! But the true meaning of the evening is to bring awareness and support to Girl Scouts’ vision of balanced leadership within the next generation of girls,” said Emily Smith Chief Marketing & Development Officer, Girl Scouts of Southern Nevada. “Our honorees are a true inspiration.”
Girl Scouts will recognize six female leaders within our community with exemplary achievements in the areas of education, business, government, philanthropy, and health – key initiatives for Girl Scouts.
Tickets are $275 per person and all proceeds remain in Southern Nevada to support leadership programs for girls. For more information, visit dessertbeforedinner.org.
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