Countdown to the New York City Wine and Food Festival

by in Events, September 13th, 2011

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In just three short weeks, New York City will host culinary legends from around the country at the fourth annual New York City Wine and Food Festival. This year’s festival welcomes chefs and culinary personalities from Food Network, including: Giada De Laurentiis, Sandra Lee, Duff Goldman, Paula Deen, Guy Fieri, Bobby Flay, Anne Burrell, Tyler Florence and Masaharu Morimoto.

In preparation for the festival, we’re featuring upcoming events that we’re excited about — better hurry, tickets are going fast.

Carts in the Parc sponsored by The New York Times hosted by Andrew Zimmern (Sunday, Oct. 2)
Back for a second year, Andrew Zimmern will host Carts in the Parc, a celebration of the food trucks and carts that define all that is of-the-moment in a great culinary city like New York. An outdoor space will house more than a dozen food trucks, including Kelvin Natural Slush, Schnitzel & Things, Souvlaki Truck and The Milk Truck. On the main stage, a live band will keep guests in the rhythm as they sample bites from truck to truck. Featured trucks and ticket information

Grand Tasting (Sunday, Oct. 2)
The New York Grand Tasting includes an all-day ticket, which offers access to culinary demonstrations from top celebrity chefs like Alton Brown, Bobby Flay, Michael Symon and Duff Goldman. For one all-inclusive ticket price, guests will enjoy the ultimate culinary showcase for any foodie, including all-day tastings provided by NYC’s top restaurants and chefs, as well as fine wine and spirits. A complete list of demonstrations and ticket information

(Photo courtesy of NYCWFF)

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Comments (4)

  1. Clarice Lillard says:

    I am requesting that Paula Deen host a show demonstating how to make a yellow cake and the old fashion caramel frosting. This frosting requires that the sugar be caramelized in an iron skillet. Few people have the knowledge of this technique.

    • S. Fraher says:

      Is this the frosting that is just poured over the cake and hardens quickly as it trickles down the sides of the cake? My Mother used to put this frosting on her spice cake and it was wondereful. I cannot find this recipe and have not been able to duplicate.

  2. Beverly Walker says:

    Clarice, I'm no chef, but I have a recipe for the

    caramel icing that you mentioned. It is delicious

    and probably not as difficult as you think if I can do it.

  3. Aaron says:

    A great place to check out food and drink specials is

    They have over a million offers such as deals, coupons and discounted specials. They also feature handy reviews and will even send you emails about offers in your area at your favorite venues!

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