Macy’s Culinary Council Event with Chef Todd English
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This weekend I had the pleasure of attending another Macy’s Culinary Council Event with Chef Todd English . These events are awesome! You get to watch the Chef cook, eat all the goodies the Chef makes, and get recipes to take home. If you love the food, you can buy the book and have it signed while you meet the Chef. I went to another one a few months ago with Michelle Bernstein. I would highly recommend attending and arriving early so you can get a great seat.
Macy’s totally hooks up their customers for these Culinary Council Events! You get to be up close and personal with awesome world renowned Chefs like Chef Todd English. The Chef has countless restaurants in Florida, New York, and Vegas. There are more locations, but that is where I have seen them. You also get a $10 gift card with any $35 purchase or more in the Home Department, a special holiday entertaining gift, and Chef English’s cookbook Cooking in Everyday English, which he will sign following the demonstration.
The food is awesome, but what I really love is getting to know the Chef. It is like watching a artist paint. Actually, that was one of the metaphors that Chef Todd English used while I was watching his Q&A after the cooking demonstration. Chef’s paint with ingredients and the food is the Monet. For me, I paint with clothes and the outfit is the Monet. 🙂
I fully plan to use the Thanksgiving dinner menu that the Chef prepared for us. I hope mine comes out as good as his!
Macy’s Culinary Council is a national culinary authority comprising some of the nation’s leading culinary masters. It was launched in 2003! The chefs are both ambassadors and instructors, providing expert culinary advice and leading cooking demonstrations at Macy’s stores, with the aim of teaching customers how to cook and shop like a master chef.
To learn more about the Macy’s Culinary Council and upcoming events, log on to macys.com/culinarycouncil. Follow us on Twitter@CulinaryCouncil
Outfit Deets: High Low Dress from LF (last worn here); 3.1 Phillip Lim for Target Bag; Scarf purchased at Plato’s Closet Boca Raton; Hair c/o Salon Verde.