Next week we will be posting pictures and information about the upcoming Taste of Atlanta. In the meantime we wanted to share information from the press release with you so that you don’t miss out on the event.
GO AHEAD…TAKE A LOOK INSIDE, INSIDE THE FOOD STUDIO
Go Behind the Scenes With Taste of Atlanta’s Inside the Food Studio
ATLANTA – Seasoning, skill, cooking technique, passion…all of these elements are part of creating the ideal dish. But, what is the chef’s secret that takes food to the next level? His or her culinary weapon of choice? If you’ve ever watched a chef whip up a masterpiece and wished you knew his tricks of the trade, then you won’t want to miss Inside the Food Studio – the newest addition to the 9th Annual Taste of Atlanta festival Oct. 23-24, 2010 – designed to give guests an insider’s look into all things culinary.
Experience, taste and discover in a series of sessions – hosted by Star 94’s Tom Sullivan – with renowned chefs from Atlanta and the Southeast, prepared to impart their cooking wisdom on everything from Southern food traditions, chocolate and America’s Best Burger. For $25, patrons can enjoy a variety of hour-long lessons, both Saturday and Sunday, in an intimate theatre-style setting from master chefs who will offer cooking tips, suggestions and demonstrations. (Only 50 spots available for each session!)
To purchase tickets, visit www.TasteofAtlanta.com. The session menu includes:
SATURDAY OCTOBER 24, 2010
12:30PM – 1:30PM
- French Cooking from the Lowcountry: Master French Chef Nico Romo, FISH (Charleston, S.C.)
Master French Chef Nico Romo will prepare and serve one of his most popular dishes from his restaurant, FISH. He will discuss the importance of sustainability and buying from local fisheries. Jodie Battles, general manager of Fish, will discuss the beverage and wine program and offer a wine pairing with the bouillabaisse sampling.
2PM – 3PM
- Southern Food Traditions: A New Take on the Old South with Marie Nygren, Serenbe & Hugh Acheson, Empire State South & Five & 10
Enjoy Southern food at it’s finest as you learn about the South’s rich culinary history and traditions.
3:30PM – 4:30PM
- Chocolate Academy with Taria Camerino, Highland Bakery
Join us for an exploration in single origin, small batch chocolate. Learn flavor profiling and fun interesting facts while eating chocolate.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 25, 2010
12:30PM – 1:30PM
- Joe Truex’s Louisiana Kitchen with Executive Chef Joe Truex, Watershed and John Kessler, Atlanta-Journal Constitution Dining Critic
Parish (“French Louisiana”) native Joe Truex will teach guests about the culinary traditions of his homeland, including its annual “cochon de lait” festival and charcuterie. He will also discuss his French Louisiana roots with Atlanta Journal-Constitution food writer John Kessler.
- Israel: The Oldest Newest Wine Region of the World with Jose Yosef Vinas , Yarden Wines and Don Hacket of Sherlock’s
Enjoy wine tasting and Mediterranean nibbles such as baba ghanoush, pita bread and assorted olives from Gilbert’s as you learn about one of the oldest wine regions in the world.
3:30PM – 4:30PM
- The Secret Behind America’s Best Burger with Executive Sous Chef Jason Paolini, Holeman & Finch Public House
Since opening in 2008, Holeman & Finch Public House has received tremendous praise and acclaim, much of it focused on their ten o’clock burger. The Food Network even named Holeman & Finch Public House’s burger “The Best in America.” Getting your hands on one of these delicious treasures is not always easy to do since the pub only serves twenty four burgers a night – and only at ten o’clock.
Here’s your chance to learn how to replicate the delicious Holeman & Finch Public House 10 o’clock burger at home.
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