Ina Garten ("The Barefoot Contessa") in Conversation
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The last date listed for Ina Garten ("The Barefoot Contessa") in Conversation was Sunday September 16, 2012 / 2:00pm.
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This isn't just a cruise -- it's a four-hour adventure that begins when you climb aboard the Argosy, a climate-controlled ship featuring two cash bars. Soak up the beautiful coastal scenery as the narrated jaunt takes you from Puget Sound to Blake Island. Once docked at the island, you'll disembark to enjoy an appetizer of clams and nectar, then visit the Tillicum Village longhouse for a buffet meal including salmon baked on cedar planks in the traditional Northwest Coast native style. At the end of the meal, enjoy a spellbinding performance highlighting the myth, magic and dances of the native Salish people, complete with high-tech effects. You'll even have a chance to explore the island a bit before boarding for the return cruise. Learn More
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I thoroughly enjoyed this event. Ina was very interesting and I realized she was nervous, and a very simple, intelligent person. We got a short description of the evolution of "the barefoot contessa" and her basic philosophy regarding food, her goals and more of her personality.
I left feeling I would love to sit down and talk to her and would love to attend a party.
I enjoyed seeing the real Ina, who appears much like the tv Ina but more candid and very human? She was humble and gave credit to others.
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Poor Contessa! You could tell she's personable, engaging and could have been fabulous. As it turned out however she was the victim (along with us) of a weak interviewer, poor sound quality, a horribly disorganized Q&A in which there was no...continued
Ina Garten’s cookbooks will be available for sale, courtesy of Elliott Bay Books.
Running time for this event is two hours, with no intermission.