See which ski resort will treat you to a culinary paradise

Posted By: The Ski Channel on December 18, 2009 5:36 am

WITH WORLD-CLASS WINE AND FOOD, THE BEAVER CREEK MASTER CHEF CLASSIC PRESENTED BY BON APPÉTIT OFFERS THREE DELICIOUS DAYS OF HIGH COUNTRY LIVING


Beaver Creek, Colo.—November 30, 2009—Beaver Creek Resort and Bon Appétit magazine are delighted to announce the 12th Annual Beaver Creek Master Chef Classic, Jan. 28-30, 2009. Epicurean enthusiasts will have the chance to get up close and personal with some of the world’s greatest chefs for exclusive dinners, tastings and informative culinary seminars. There’s something to satisfy the appetite of every gastronome and five-star skiing on a World Cup mountain is the perfect aperitif.
 
“It’s extremely rewarding to present the twelfth year of such a successful program,” said Vice President and Publisher of Bon Appétit magazine Paul Jowdy. “Only Beaver Creek Resort could present such a spectacular back drop to what promises to be another wonderful culinary event.”
 
Highlights for the weekend include a Master Chef Challenge, cooking classes, wine and spirits seminars and the signature Grand Tasting event. Beaver Creek chefs will be joined by the following guest chefs selected by Bon Appétit magazine:
 
Alain Allegretti- Owner/Chef, Allegretti (New York)
Joey Campanaro – Owner/Chef, Little Owl (New York)
Cat Cora- Executive Chef, Bon Appétit Magazine
François Payard- Pastry Chef/Owner, Payard (Las Vegas, Japan, Korea)
Michael Psilakis- Owner/Chef, Anthos (New York)
Hidekazu Tojo- Owner/Chef, Tojo (Vancouver)
Laurant Tourondel- Owner/Chef, BLT Steak, BLT Fish and BLT Prime (New York)
Ming Tsai- Owner/Chef, Blue Ginger Restaurant (Boston)

“We’re proud to again partner with Bon Appétit magazine to celebrate all things culinary. This year’s Classic features some of the nation’s finest savory and pastry talent for a weekend of tastings, seminars, cooking classes and competitions – in addition to world-class skiing and showcasing Beaver Creek’s great chefs and amenities,” said Tony O’Rourke, executive director of the Beaver Creek Resort Company.
 
Events are open to public and various ticket and package deals are available. A portion of proceeds from the overall event benefits the Bright Future Foundation. To purchase tickets and for information on lodging packages, visit www.beavercreek.com/masterchefclassic or call  888.920.ARTS  888.920.ARTS (2787).

 

 

 

 

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