Atlanta Foodservice Expo

Apron

September 18-19, 2018

Cobb Galleria Centre

ATLANTA, GA

Fruits

Beer

2018 Culinary Demos

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Tuesday, September 18, 2018
  1. Culinary Demo Theatre
    Pickling peppers at room temperature creates the amazing flavors you associate with your favorite hot sauces.  You will be introduced to simple methods for lacto-fermentation, and with just a few ingr ...
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    Continuation
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  3. Culinary Demo Theatre
    What's trending on and off your grill!
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  4. Culinary Demo Theatre
    Classic Colombian street food with Chef Amber's unique twist!
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  5. Culinary Demo Theatre
    Choux Pastry has made a strong comeback in recent years due to its versatility and ease of use. Chef Bowers will demonstrate a quick choux pastry and some of its many applications for both sweet and s ...
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    The ancient whole wheat grain Farro has a long and interesting history and for many years fed almost the entirety of the Mediterranean and Near East. Specifically, it fed the vast majority of Romans f ...
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Wednesday, September 19, 2018
  1. Culinary Demo Theatre
    Hello “Paneer” lovers! Today is our day of teaching and learning to make homemade paneer (cottage cheese) in 20 minutes. There’s something magical about taking typically store-bought items such as pan ...
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    Demonstration of the process for making both savory and sweet treats with one of the world’s most versatile doughs
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    This Dish makes a nice Appetizer or Small Bite for Tailgating Menus. Its very popular and the prep is quick.
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  4. Culinary Demo Theatre
    Learn how to make that perfect little dumpling bite. Join Chef Maurice Jackson as he creates this classic dish of Parisian Gnocchi with English peas and wild mushrooms from start to finish.
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  5. Culinary Demo Theatre
    Pulses are the dry, edible seeds of plants in the legume family. In understandable terms, they’re a category of incredibly sustainable superfoods that includes chickpeas, lentils, dry peas, and beans. ...
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Supported By

  • Georgia Restaurant Association
  • Georgia Hotel & Lodging Association
  • Alabama Restaurant & Hospitality Alliance
  • American Culinary Federation
  • SBDC
  • Restaurant Informer