Terry French & Other Celebrity Chefs at The Metropolitan Cooking & Entertaining Show
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The last date listed for The Metropolitan Cooking & Entertaining Show was Sunday November 3, 2013 / 10:00am - 5:00pm.
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If you only take one walking tour of Washington, whether you're a native or just visiting, this may be the perfect one for you. There's something for everyone -- neoclassical architecture, modern sculpture, haunting remembrances of war, historical insights, and even funny tales, plus visits to all the memorials. By dark, you'll be strolling the cherry-frocked shores of the Tidal Basin, watching the lights come up across the way. The walk around the Tidal Basin visits the Thomas Jefferson Memorial, George Mason Memorial, Franklin D. Roosevelt Memorials and the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial. The Washington Monument and District War Memorial are discussed from a distance. Learn More
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We arrived around 12:00pm, and it took a really long time to pick up our tickets at will call, not only because there were a number of people waiting in line, but because the staff didn't seem to know what they were doing. It was rather frustrating because it literally was just providing a last name to get tickets.
The show itself had a good amount of exhibitors, many of which offered free samples of their product (usually food). That said, there was little diversity of exhibitors. The vast majority either provided baked goods, sauces, meats, knives, and overpriced "bars" that mimic Lara bars in some form or another. I'd like to see more exhibitors offering different kinds of appliances and kitchen gadgets and maybe even different kinds of foods? Perhaps local coffee bean roasters, donut shops, etc.
The 1-Day Theater Pass admits you to all cooking demonstrations in the Celebrity Theater on Saturday or Sunday. This ticket includes Marketplace General Admission for the day you choose only. Seating is unreserved and first-come, first-served.
The General Admission ticket is your one-stop shop to experience many of the highlights of the event: cooking demos by regional chefs, tastings, entertaining workshops and the exhibitor marketplace featuring more than 150 vendors selling specialty food products and savvy kitchenware.
_ Celebrity Theatre Schedule:_
Saturday, November 2, 2013
10:45am: Uncle Millie
11:30pm: Terry French
12:30pm: Brad Turner
1:30pm: Hugh Acheson
3:00pm: Jason Roberts
Sunday, November 3, 2013
10:30am: Operation Home Cooking — A Culinary Salute to Military Spouses
Noon: Debi Mazar & Gabriele Corcos
1:45pm: Jason Roberts