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
“Get there early. If you don't want a lot of phone calls or E-mails don't fill out anything.”
“Not so big to be overwhelming. Good mix of products. Many products are available in local food stores, so take photos of what you like so you can find it in the store.”
“Come early, come hungry. Stay all day!”
Walter E. Washington Convention Center
801 Mount Vernon Pl. NW
Washington, District of Columbia 20001