Please keep checking back for additional events or subscribe to my feed.Wok Star Eleanor Hoh debuts her new cooking show LIVE on Google Plus Learning How To Cook Like A Wok Star Wednesday, August 15th Join her 6:30pm(ET), 5:30pm(CT), 3:30pm(PT) Hosted by award winning Pepe Calderin Design showroom
FREE! I’ll be adding my video promo once it’s uploaded, so check back!
I will demystify wok cooking by showing you how to make easy, one dish dinners in under 30 minutes, using a few ingredients and only 4 seasonings!
Here’s the scoop:
Catch the show on Larry Fournillier’s G+ profile page OR on Hangoutnetworks.com
7 lucky folks can ‘hangout’, ask questions and interact LIVE on webcam with myself and Larry. How cool is that?
1. Sign up NOW for a Google account!
2. Add Eleanor Hoh & Larry Fournillier to a circle.
3. If you want to be in the ‘hangout’, email me at wokstar at eleanorhoh dot com
4. On Wed. Aug.15 @6:30pm ET or at your appropriate time zone (see flyer above), visit Larry’s Google + profile page to view the live stream OR visit www.hangoutnetworks.com
I’ll be cooking in the beautiful showroom of Pepe Calderin Design who hosts my regular cooking classes in Miami, Florida! Here’s a peek…
Chef Larry Fournillier is a private chef living in Trinidad and producer of Learning how to cook series on Google+. Thrilled he’s invited me to be on his show. He has over 500,000 followers on Google+, so must be doing it right. Go check his About page for the full bio and MANY upcoming cooking shows!
Remember, Wednesday August 15, join me and let’s create ‘wok-magic’ wherever you are!
Thanks to Pepe Calderin Design showroom for hosting my first live cooking show!!!First Annual Artisan Food Fest Coral Gables Museum Saturday, August 11: 11-5pm FREE
Visit Coral Gables Museum Events for full details. I have personally tasted 5 of the artisanal foods: Copperpots, Freakin’ Flamingo’s Renee is my friend and makes delish jams, BBQ sauces etc., Proper Sausages (had their lamb sausages, they’re the real deal), And The Crackerman’s chili sauce hits the spot, Novae Gourmet’s Jerky is a crispy treat to sprinkle over salads or just as a protein hit. Look forward to sample the rest! Hope to see you there. I won’t be giving any demos as some think, just enjoying for a change!
On Saturday, August 11 South Florida’s finest artisan food vendors will come together for a one-day Artisan Food Fest at the Coral Gables Museum. Admission is free and the event is held in conjunction with Family Day on Aragon, held the second Saturday of each month at the Museum. The Artisan Food Fest will run from 11:00am – 5:00pm and will include cooking demos, tastings, raffles and more! Vendors will sell handcrafted items from granola to jams to sustainably grown greens to sausages and everything in between! The Fest promises to be a veritable foodie heaven. Parents and adults can participate in the Fest while kids are enjoying arts and crafts and more at the Museum.
Confirmed to date: Copperpots, Freakin’ Flamingo, Cao Chocolates, The Cheesecake Gallery, Novae Gourmet, The Spiced Nut Factory, Proper Sausages, The Crackerman, Laurie’s Pantry Granola, Mr. Green Dean, Om Nom Nom Cookies, Herbal Passion Alchemy, Bottega la Dolce Vita, Pasta Amore, The Empanada Lady and Pickle Delicious.
TONIGHT, Aug.11 go and support The Miami Children’s Hospital Foundation at Bacchanalia, a food and wine festival at Wynwood art walk with live music! Details here.
Tropical Fruit Meets Tropical Fish – South Florida’s Finest
If you’ve not been to Chef Julie Frans’ Seasonal Supper, you really need to. The last Seasonal Supper I went to was sensational! My photos didn’t turn out that great cause it was dark.
This Thursday’s theme is Tropical Fruit Meets Tropical Fish – South Florida’s Finest. Check out the mouth-watering menu, Chef Julie likes to incorporate Asian flavors into many of her dishes, so I’m eager to taste. I can’t wait to experience another intimate supper at Essensia. Met some old and new friends! For reservations, call 305-908-5490. The menu looks a bit small right? Sorry, menu sounds like a winner.
P.S. I can’t wait to see their organic garden which only started last year.
P.P.S. I wrote about Chef Julie for a British magazine, VIVA which got published this past February, here’s the online version! Food shots were taken by my good friend, Brenda Benoit Dudley whose photography I admire so much. So vibrant and jumps out at you.