Guide Dogs WA prove you can even make sushi in the dark

Nobody, however, said it would be ‘good’ sushi 🙂 Earlier this week Guide Dogs WA hosted a superb evening to launch the beginning of Dining in the Dark , where Masterchef contestant Wade Drummond lead teams through making sushi blindfolded.

As you can imagine it was loads of fun watching Guide Dogs WA ambassadors and My Kitchen Rules contestants Chloe James and Kelly Ramsay, along with 6PR Radio Station’s Steve Mills tackling rolling sushi completely in the dark.

Dining in the Dark is in its second year and is already off to a great start with more people registered now than this time last year. It kicks off throughout October and November where you simply host a dinner party at home where you either dine with the lights down low or blindfolded.

Participants are then encouraged to donate what they would spend on a night out towards Guide Dogs WA. Money raised through Dining in the Dark will help fund the breeding costs, food, veterinary care, training and ongoing assessment of Guide Dog puppies, as well as other vital services for Western Australians who are blind or vision impaired.

Guide Dogs WA rely solely on the support of the community for funding, so it’s a great cause to be a part of. Plus loads of fun to have a new dining experience at home with your friends.

Chef de Home are proud to be a major sponsor of Dining in the Dark. Upon registering you go in the draw to win a luxurious three course meal for six people prepared in the comfort of your own home, valued at $825.

To register for Dining in the Dark simply visit


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