Home and Garden Show Cooking Stage Schedule

Greg Stevens

Almost nothing planned this weekend? Arrive see us at the Take in It and Like It Cooking Stage at the Property and Yard Display this weekend.

We have plenty of cooks and expertise rolling through all weekend with some cooking suggestions and of program nibbles to share with our viewers.

Admission to the Demonstrate floor is totally free this calendar year, courtesy of WTOC-Television.

Friday (Hours 2pm-6pm)

2:15 Jesse Blanco prepares Hen Tortilla Soup

Try to eat It and Like It Host Jesse Blanco shares just one of his preferred bone warming Wintertime Recipes, Hen Tortilla Soup.

3:30 – Finches Sandwiches and Sundries getting ready treats for the weekend

Just one of Savannah’s most effective sandwich stores, Finches, stops by to exhibit you how to make some snacks for your weekend get jointly.

5:00p The Art of the Mocktail….. Not all of the finest beverages at your next get together want to contain alcoholic beverages Sidney Lance of Rhootman Beverage Company will be on hand to demonstrate you how quickly you can prepare alcohol totally free drinks the upcoming time you entertain.  Or make the identical ‘mocktail’ alcohol completely ready for individuals who never thoughts making the most of a spirit. 

Saturday (Hours 10am-6pm)

10:30am Tony Seichrist owner The Wyld Dock Bar.   Fantastic Fried Shrimp

The Wyld Dock Bar is dwelling to some of Savannah’s greatest fried shrimp.  What are the secrets to excellent shrimp at dwelling?  The Wyld proprietor Tony Seichrist will share all of his tricks with you and clearly show you how it is carried out.

The Wyld Dock Bar

Midday  Derek Simik, Govt Chef 700 Drayton and Reno, The Mansion on Forsyth Park.  A person of Savannah’s Most recent Southern Italian restaurants faces Forsyth Park.   Chef Derek joins us to prepare some of his favorite Italian classics.

Govt Chef Derek Simik -The Mansion on Forsyth Park

1:30pm –Elena Mouzakitis Hughley, Owner and Exec Chef of Elena’s Enchanted Kitchen Catering.  Specializing in Greek and Mediterranean favorites will join us to share some of her most preferred dishes and some of her grandma’s Greek tricks!

3:00pm  Enjoyment with Plant Primarily based Proteins – Clay Ehmke, owner of The Haunt, a person of Savannah’s more popular plant based eateries stops by to share some of his bounty and strategies on how you can make plant dependent cuisine as flavorful as possible without having compromising integrity.

4:30pm – Take in It and Like It’s Jesse Blanco – Black Bean Soup.  Jesse shares his not so solution recipe for black beans that he prepares just about every Xmas Eve for family and friends.

5:15 – The Best Cup of Coffee  912 Brews Savannah’s Newest Coffee Store will be on hand to talk about how to get the most out of your cup of coffee at home.

Sunday (Several hours 11am-5pm)

11:30am – Brunch with Consume it and Like It is Jesse Blanco.   Jesse shares some of his preferred brunch bites. Excellent for your future lazy Saturday morning with the neighbors.

1:00p – The Artwork of the Mocktail – Anthony Scarpulla with Vici –Savannah’s Latest Rooftop location planning mocktails for weekend entertaining and a couple of surprises.

3:30pm  Dessert time!      Wrap up a excellent weekend with a local chef getting ready a person of their typical Savannah desserts!

*Timetable is subject to improve.

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Jesse Blanco

Consume It and Like It released in Savannah, Georgia with television identity Jesse Blanco as the host. His enthusiasm for food and travel has produced Consume It and Like It a two-time EMMY nominated software about present-day and regular Southern food stuff.

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