The Art of Cooking

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The Art of Cooking is a national speakers series featuring a collection of world renowned chefs and best-selling authors who will share an exciting blend of cutting edge thinking and experience on today’s most innovative cooking trends.

Join Jamie Oliver, one of the most popular chefs in the world as he makes his long awaited return to Toronto for 1 night only of live and unedited action. Don’t miss out on your chance to be a part of history with over 3,000 of Jamie’s closest foodies.

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Widely regarded as a culinary crusader and one of the world’s most instantly recognizable chefs, Jamie Oliver will outline his “pass it on” cooking campaign, put on a highly interactive live cooking show with recipes taken from the past 10 years and introduce his latest book, Jamie’s America.

Jamie wrote this book to get to the heart of great American food, to get past the junk and super-sized portions. From New York to New Orleans, the energy of Los Angeles to the big skies of Wyoming, he found what he was looking for: some of the most diverse and delicious recipes he’s ever come across!

Date: Thursday, November 18th, 2010
Time: 7:00PM
Website: Click HERE

Metro Toronto Convention Centre
North Building
255 Front Street West
Toronto, Ontario M5V 2W6
Phone: 416-585-8000
Web: www.mtccc.com

Download the EVENT INFO HERE

The Art of Productions Inc. designs and produces a collection of world class live events. Each event educates and entertains audiences from communities of interest by bringing together leading authorities and internationally renowned presenters. “The Art of…” programs are learning experiences where participants gain key concepts that can be applied to their professional and personal lives. Engaging and informative programming guarantees an educational and empowering experience.

Other programs produced by The Art of Productions include; The Art of Marketing, The Art of Management, The Art of Sales & The Art of Golf.

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