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Cooking for Two at Home. Can it be Fast, Frugal and Fun? You Bet!
Award-Winning Cookbook Author Warren Caterson Will Show You How
My, how quickly things change. Just a few short years ago, restaurants were booming and cooking at home was something one watched on TV, but rarely attempted in real life. Then something shifted. In a big way. Perhaps it was the economy. Or a desire to eat healthier. For whatever reason, people wanted to rediscover the joy of cooking.
Recognizing that need, Chef Warren Caterson wrote the award-winning cookbooks Table for Two – The Cookbook for Couples and Table for Two – Back for Seconds (Winfield & Scott Press) each featuring over 235 recipes using fresh and readily available ingredients. Now he has taken his passion on the road with an entertaining and energetic presentation that will inspire your inner chef while tickling your taste buds.
Join Chef Warren as he shares dozens of kitchen tips, cooking hints and humorous anecdotes about the joys and challenges of cooking for two. Chef Warren will answer such questions as: Is it possible to chop onions without tears? Are pre-packaged frozen entrées really time and money savers? What is the best upgrade for my kitchen? How do I preserve all that leftover fresh parsley when I’ve only used a teaspoon or two? And, should I cook with wine, and if so, what kind should I use?
Chef Warren then ends each presentation with a cooking demonstration, preparing a healthy entrée that anyone can replicate in their own home in under 15 minutes.
Join Warren on Saturday from 1PM – 3PM – 5PM, and on Sunday 11AM – 1PM – 3PM at the Boston Home Show!
About Chef Warren
Chef Warren Caterson is a full-time writer and chef who studied at the Southeast Institute of Culinary Arts. He resides in a renovated carriage house in the historic Springfield neighborhood in Jacksonville, Florida. He invites you to drop by if you’re in the area – there’s always something cooking and there’s always enough.
Join Chef Warren on Saturday at 11AM – 1PM and 3PM – 5PM as well as Sunday 11AM – 1PM and 1PM – 3PM at the Home Show Boston.
Watch Benjamin the Clown at 12 noon on Saturday the 25th and Sunday the 26th.
In the Moscow Circus, he was a juggling clown on a horse. Once he came to the USA, he had leave the horse behind, and entertain young and older everywhere.
Right away, people realized how much of a clown Benjamin is, and his clowning career in USA took off. As of now, he has done more than 5,000 performances just on the US soil, as well as shows in Europe, Africa and Americas.
Catch them between the hours of 2-4PM on Saturday & Sunday at the Home Show Boston!
What does it take to become magic’s only Two-Time Gold Medal Champion? Only one magician has ever successfully discovered the answer: George Saterial. By merging a truly original concept with classic style, an obsession with perfection, charisma, and tireless practice and work, George Saterial has achieved arguably magic’s greatest feat.
George has become the first and only magician in the world to receive magic’s highest and most coveted honors, the “Gold Medal of Excellence,” from the industry’s foremost associations–The International Brotherhood of Magicians and the Society of American Magicians. It’s rare that either award is given–in nearly twenty years they have been granted a combined total of only seven times. George was awarded both honors in the same year.
Watch George at the Boston Home Show on February 26th at 2 PM.
Stephen Brenner is a master at magic, illusion, hypnosis and balloon sculpture. Whether he is performing solely as a Magician in a Tuxedo or as his character D.C. the Clown, Stephen Brenner creates his shows with the audience in mind. Audience participation is a key part of all of his performances, as well as the use of live animals.
Watch Stephen at the Boston Home Show on February 25th at 2 PM.
Besides the usual array of fascinating booths showcasing the latest trends for the home, both outside and inside, the show has an art/craft/specialty food section. Now in its eighth year, organized by Craftproducers, the Craft Pavilion has 70 exhibitors displaying and selling original art and contemporary crafts. There will be work by great local photographers, fine furniture makers, garden sculptors, jewelers, personal care product makers, and a selection of delicious specialty food makers.
Blackflower Chocolate from Vermont will offer its bars and barks and the Truffleist from New York City has tasty truffle products. Vermont maple syrup, chopped Belgian chocolate chunks, honey and peanut butter from Saratoga Springs will be available too. Explore current ideas for your home or apartment at the New England Home Show, and find fine art, handmade craft-work, and specialty foods as well! For entertainment, look forward to seminar speakers as well as chef demos, magic shows, a clown, and balloon tying!