It takes more than good cooking to be considered a chef—it also takes business cards shaped like lil' shrimps. Learn the trade with this Groupon.
- Admission to MetroCooking DC
- When: Saturday, November 2, and Sunday, November 3, at 10 a.m.
- Where: Walter E. Washington Convention Center
- Ticket values include all fees.
- For $15, you get a Marketplace general admission ticket valid for either day, but not both (up to a $29.25 value).
- For $59, you get a 1-Day Theater Pass for either day that includes access to a Doissant Demo by Robert Cabeca and digital downloads of The Tiny Kitchen and The Bachelor's Tiny Kitchen.
- For $89, you get admission to the Grand Tasting Pavilion plus a 1-Day Theater Pass for November 3 (up to a $141 value)
1-Day Theater Passes include unreserved or open seating at all Celebrity Theater cooking demos and Marketplace general admission.
- Chefs who will grace the cooking show's celebrity stage: Jason Roberts, Terry French, Debi Mazar, Gabriele Corcos, Brad Turner, and Uncle Millie
- Her other honors include: a Daytime Emmy
- How you know New Zealand-native chef Jason Roberts: he's a cast member of The Chew
- The good things Roberts does: lives by the motto, "A family that cooks together, stays together," and teaches underserved families how to prepare healthy foods
- How you know Terry French, "The Rebel Chef": he was the winner of The Food Network's Extreme Chef
- In a past life, Brad Turner was: Sergeant First Class Turner
- His nom de cooking: the Grill Sergeant
- If all the chefs contributing samples to the Grand Tasting were a Major League Baseball team, they would have to kick off players to abide by the 40-man rule
- Some of the things visitors can learn during workshops: how to write a cookbook, how to prepare breakfast in bed, how to create a dessert buffet
Walter E. Washington Convention Center
801 Mount Vernon Pl. NW
Washington, District of Columbia 20001