Carnarvon Ball Club hosts Father’s Day fundraiser

A Father’s Day fundraiser promises to be a gourmet treat for dads that will help more kids get into the game

  • Jun. 18, 2015 11:00 a.m.

A Father’s Day fundraiser promises to be a gourmet treat for dads that will help more kids get into the game.

The Carnarvon Ball Club will host the event at Carnarvon Park Sunday starting at 6 p.m., with money raised being split between the club and KidSport Victoria.

Garrett Schack, executive chef at Chateau Victoria and host of Chek TV Cookin’ on the Coast, has created a menu with a gourmet twist on traditional ballpark fare.


The menu will include Vietnamese Bahn Mi Dog, with spicy sriracha mayo, pickled carrots, fresh cucmber and cilantro on a fresh baked baguette; a Knuckle Burger, with crispy onion straws, pickles, cheddar cheese and honey/chipotle barbecue sauce; a Dug Out Sandwich, featuring shaved smoked meat with sauerkraut and ball park mustard on a pretzel bun; and a Creamy Bacon and Kale salad.



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