Celebrity Chefs to Headline at Housewares Show

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CHICAGO-Celebrity chefs, including Top Chef Masters host Curtis Stone and Cake Boss Buddy Valastro, will top the line-up of stars appearing in the Cooking Theater at the 2014 International Home + Housewares Show here next month.

The Cooking Theater is the focal point of Savor Home, the revitalized Gourmet Food + Specialty Products category in the Dine + Design Expo in the South Building. On hand will be exhibitors of specialty and gourmet treats and the tools used to prepare them.

Chef demonstrations will begin at 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, March 15 and continue through Tuesday, March 18. Other celeb chefs showcasing their culinary skills will be Michelin star-rated chef Grant Achatz, Food Network's Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto, Top Chef Masters champions Rick

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Bayless and Chris Cosentino, Top Chef Fabio Viviani and Food Network chefs Aaron Sanchez and Claire Robinson and PBS' A Chef's Life host, Vivian Howard. Also appearing are well-known chefs Jose Andres, Michelle Bernstein, Lorena Garcia, Gale Gand, Ming Tsai and local favorite Anupy Singla. Other chefs include Matt Abdoo, Devin Alexander, Jay Caputo, George Duran, Bernard Guillas, Ingrid Hoffmann, Patrick McMurray, Martial Noguier, Pascale Salam Jaubert and Patty and Tom Erd.

Many of the chefs will also be doing book signings after their demonstrations.

HFN Staff | News & Commentary

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