Yearwood, Bayless, Tsai to Headline Cooking Theater at Housewares Show

Chef demonstrations to take place from March 5-8
December 10, 2015David Gill

CookingTheater2016ROSEMONT, Ill.-Country singer Trisha Yearwood and chefs Rick Bayless and Ming Tsai will be part of the line-up of celebrity chefs appearing in the Cooking Theater at the 2016 International Home + Housewares Show next March.

Also appearing in the theater will be Rose Levy Beranbaum, cookbook author, blogger and James Beard Foundation Award winner; Sara Moulton, chef, television personality and former food editor on “Good Morning America”; Bernard Guillas, executive chef at the La Jolla Beach and Tennis Club; and Billy Parisi, chef, television personality and blogger. The Cooking Theater, located in the Dine + Décor Expo in the South Building, is jointly sponsored by KitchenAid, Oneida and WellnessMats.

The chef demonstrations will begin on Saturday, March 5, and continue through Tuesday, March 8. To view the most up-to-date participating chefs along with the scheduled dates and times, visit

The International Home + Housewares Show is scheduled for March 5-8 at McCormick Place in Chicago.

David GillDavid Gill | Contributing Editor

David Gill is a contributing editor to HFN.


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