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There is no other show parallel to the Relish Magazine Cooking Show. With the emergence of show such as this one, cooking has just been made easier as now every ordinary person has an easy access to become an extraordinary chef. Compared to other cooking shows, this one is without any doubt at the front of the pack. It not only provides interesting yet easy recipes and demonstrations but is also equipped with entertainment and fun. So anyone can now excel at cooking while having a ball. Just like Brian Morris, the producer of the show says “it really combines food and fun and community”. Why hedge around when Relish Magazine Cooking Show tickets can take you to an interactive and one of the most exciting cooking shows in America.
With chefs like Chris Koetke, Amy Roth, Steve Petusevsky and Brian Morris on board one can only expect oodles of fun, humor, and a variety of easy techniques to improve culinary skills. The show’s primary focus is on helping its viewers in getting a grip on how to sauté, toss, dredge, fold and whip. Some of the featured recipes of the show are; Quick Pickled Veggies, Peruvian Roasted Chicken Thighs, California Ripe Olive and Fig Tapenade, Wheat Noodles with Black Olives, Farmer’s Cheese and Roasted Chicken, Korean Grilled Beef, Homemade Farmer’s Cheese, Bahn Mi Panini and lastly Grilled Peach Ice-cream. Relish Magazine Cooking Show has made its presence felt in Kinston, Watertown, Dublin, and Monroe. The show has been as successful as the magazine, which holds a reputation of being the nation’s largest food magazine. It is hence distributed in more than eight hundred newspapers and has a vast array of recipes of mouth-watering meals.
Brian Morris further explains that the show is not about fancy presentation or about chefs displaying their expertise; it in fact revolves around how to work on bringing out the flavor of a dish in a non superficial way. Thus, the goal is to make everyone; homemakers, children, adults and all the food lovers indulge in making and serving the food with ease. It is about “food served in a wholesome, really authentic way”. The show emphasizes on local, seasonal food so that everyone can get their hands on the ingredients, while also imparting some useful cooking tips that might come in handy for anyone who intends to cook. Relish Magazine Cooking Show is all about “merging healthy, sustainable foods with deliciousness” which inevitably adds to the importance of the show.
Relish Magazine Cooking Show has managed to give a new dimension to the cooking shows. The “high-energy, high-octane fun” is one of the biggest reasons behind the massive success and recognition if the show, and consequently makes the fans want to be part of it. Alton Brown, the executive vice president and general manager of the Beacon Journal has lauded the show while saying that people have welcomed it with open arms and that it is informative, energetic and possesses the power to draw millions to it. It is truly revolutionary as it has garnered a fair share of popularity and applause in no time. Apart from the humor that constantly spills out of the show, the audience participation keeps it ahead in the race. As the show’s objective is to “bring the pages of Relish Magazine to life” it has certainly lived up to it. Thus the Relish Magazine being synonymous with delicious recipes, entertainment, fun, energy and a solid proof that the gaudy presentation of the food can never trump the flavor, which is exactly what the show reflects.
Chef Brian Morris proudly concedes that the distinctive quality of the show is to “show quick and easy recipes and do-ahead recipes”. Chef Koetke, an executive director of the School of the Culinary Arts of Kendall College in Chicago, encourages all the aspiring cooks that there is always a first time and perfecting one’s skills is not a day’s job. It is about taking one step at a time to reach the level he has attained. Also, one does not necessarily have to come up with something exotic or lavish to be good. So buy Relish Magazine Cooking Show tickets to see the true display of culinary skills and have a one on one with the utterly talented chefs.