Planning to visit the 2015 PA Farm Show when it kicks off Saturday?
Here’s a quick guide to where you can see the celebrity chefs, snag a free sample and catch a cooking demo.
The PA Farm Show runs Saturday through Jan. 17 at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex and Expo Center in Harrisburg. If you’re looking for food, you’ll want to head to the PA Preferred Culinary Connection stage in the complex’s Main Hall.
According to a news release, samples of each dish will be offered to audience members and Pennsylvania wines may be recommended for pairings.
Pottstown, PA – free informational diabetes program will be offered in Pottstown starting today.
The program is for adults diagnosed with diabetes and their families. Participants will attend two-hour classes that include discussions about diabetes, exercise and cooking demonstrations.
The free program called “Dining with Diabetes” will be offered every Friday in October starting with an informational and registration session today. The classes will be taught at the Pottstown Regional Public Library from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The library is located at 500 E. High St.
While farm-to-table is a notable dining trend, Roma Ristorante is about to introduce TV-to-table fare to the culinary lexicon. A special dinner hosted by the Allentown restaurant on Jan. 21 will feature a live demonstration by chef Clemenza Caserta, an alumnus of Fox Broadcasting’s popular “Hell’s Kitchen” series. Caserta, who hails from Staten Island, was among the contestants in this year’s 10th season of the cooking competition that stars fiery-tempered celeb chef Gordon Ramsay — the sole judge of the show.
Eighteen initial contestants, chosen from 200,000 applicants, according to Caserta, are divided between two teams, with one chef eliminated each week. The final six compete individually and receive a coveted black chef’s jacket. Caserta withstood the blistering harangues of Ramsay to enter this elite group of finalists, exiting the show in the number four spot.
Barbie has left the kitchen.
In its 10th season, “Hell’s Kitchen” is hosted by celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay. Marshall was one of 18 contestants competing for the head chef’s position at the Gordon Ramsay Steak restaurant in Las Vegas’ Paris Hotel.
At the end of Monday’s episode, Ramsay told Marshall, 34, that he considered her improvement to be significant. He called her a smart woman who should take her experience on the show “and run with it.”