Tom Douglas Cooking Demo at Macy’s

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I love watching people who are experts at what they do, doing their thing. This applies to all sorts of skills and talents, from painting to woodworking, from singing to underwater basket weaving. All the things.

But one of my favorite skills to watch people demonstrate? Cooking. I can watch someone with amazing knife skills for ages. They can use the same ingredients I find at my own grocery store, but they can do magic things with them, and it's amazing to me.

We watch a lot of cooking shows on TV; the competitions, the more traditional cooking shows, the challenges. All of the food TV. It's one of our favorite family viewing genres. But food TVs biggest flaw? You don't get to eat or even smell the food! That's why a Macy's cooking demo is so amazing… there are SAMPLES TO TRY! Aaaahhhh!

I'm always on the lookout for new flavor combos and recipe ideas I can try, so I'm really looking forward to attending this Macy's Culinary Council event. Celebrity chef Tom Ford is going to be at Macy's Union Square in San Francisco, CA on July 23. As part of this free demo, he'll be sharing some of his favorite summer recipes, and tips and tricks for general cooking as well.

Want to join me?

When: Saturday, July 23, 1pm

Where: Macy's Union Square, San Francisco
(Cellar Kitchen, Lower Level)

Tickets: RSVP and claim your free ticket here.

Visit Macy's Culinary Council here for more info.

I hope to see you there! If you can't join us in person, be sure to follow me on Twitter and Instagram, I'll be sharing there during the event as well.

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