Macy's Marks 10th Anniversary of Culinary Council

Macy's Culinary Council 10th AnniversaryMacy's Chairman Terry Lundgren, far left, with the Macy's Culinary Council

NEW YORK-Macy's celebrated the 10th anniversary of the Macy's Culinary Council earlier this week, with a celebration at Stella 34 Trattoria & Bar here.

Launched in 2003, the council currently consists of celebrity chefs Rick Bayless, Michelle Bernstein, Cat Cora, Tom Douglas, Todd English, Marc Forgione, Johnny Iuzzini, Stephanie Izard, Wolfgang Puck, Marcus Samuelsson, Nancy Silverton, Ming Tsai and Takashi Yagihashi. The program provides shoppers with access to the chefs' favorite recipes and advice on home cooking. It conducts in-store events, marketing (including online content) and other culinary initiatives.

Shoppers can visited a dedicated site, macys.com/culinarycouncil, for recipes, video tutorials and information about local events. They can also follow the council on Twitter at @CulinaryCouncil.

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