Calling all chefs! Master or Wanna Be…it’s your chance to learn from the best at one of two Macy’s locations, from two world- renowned chefs.

The Macy’s Culinary Council will be hosting Chef Ming Tsai, of the James Beard Award winning restaurant, Blue Ginger; and Chef Emeril Lagasse of New Orleans style cuisine fame. BAM!

To learn how to navigate your way through a sensational palate explosion of taste from ingredients and dishes combining an East meets West cooking demonstration, be sure to look for Chef Ming Tsai at these Macy’s locations in Honolulu, Hawaii. No better place to take in a cooking demo with an Asian inspiration while on the beautiful Island, and make your friends more jealous with your new moves and recipes in the kitchen.


Thursday, October 18th, 6pm
Macy’s Ala Moana
Demonstration Kitchen, Level 4
1450 Moana Boulevard
Honolulu, HI 96814

Saturday, October 20th, 2pm
Macy’s South Coast Plaza
Home Demonstration Kitchen, Level 1
3333 Bear St., Costa Mesa, CA 92626

If down-home cooking with a sassy flair is more your thing, Chef Emeril Lagasse will be rocking your world at the Macy’s in Orlando, Florida. I have to admit, I am a bit envious of this one. I’m a true fan and love all of Emeril’s Las Vegas restaurants. And, lucky you, Chef Lagasse is going to teach you how to make some gourmet sandwich recipes for the whole gang!

Chef Lagasse Las Vegas

Thursday, October 25, 2012 at 4:00 PM
Macy’s Millenia
Home Department, 3rd Floor 4298 Millenia Blvd
Orlando, FL 32839

The Macy’s Culinary Council is a national culinary authority comprising some of the nation’s leading culinary masters, including Rick Bayless, Michelle Bernstein, Cat Cora, Tom Douglas, Todd English, Marc Forgione, Johnny Iuzzini, Emeril Lagasse, Marcus Samuelsson, Tim Scott, Nancy Silverton, Ming Tsai, Wolfgang Puck and Takashi Yagihashi. Launched in 2003, MCC’s team of distinguished chefs serves to inspire the way Macy’s customers shop, cook and eat at home. 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.

Both events are complimentary, however, be sure to arrive early to grab a seat. There may be suggested donations to support local charitable organizations and food banks. For more info, be sure to visit the Macy’s Culinary Council website.

Bon Appetit!

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