This month, my newly released episode, "Cooking in Small Spaces" will air in DC. Denise Medved, author of The Tiny Kitchen Cooking and Entertaining cookbook and founder of The Metropolitan Cooking & Entertaining trade show and I will show you tips to transfer the stress and intimidation of cooking and entertaining into memorable and fun experiences. Learn how to make Gazpacho and Swordfish with a Tropical Salsa.
The Tiny Kitchen, Inc. (TTK) was founded in 2001 as a part-time business by entrepreneur Denise Sullivan Medved upon publication of her first cookbook, The Tiny Kitchen Cooking and Entertaining. The critically-acclaimed book has sold nearly 10,000 copies to date. Her second book in the TTK series, The Bachelor’s Tiny Kitchen, published in 2004, has been equally well-received in the marketplace.
In 2005, Denise Medved sold her interest in three tradeshows focused on the homeland security market (GOVSEC, U.S. Law and READY) to center her considerable energies on The Tiny Kitchen, Inc. and innovating new products to bring to market.
In addition to The Tiny Kitchen Cookbook titles, TTK launched the The Metropolitan Cooking and Entertaining Show (MCES) in 2006, a consumer show for cooking and entertaining enthusiasts. The first MCES had 7,500 attendees and was held in November 2006 at the Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC. The second show in 2007 had nearly 13,000 attendees and featured nearly 175 exhibitors and 35 presentations from celebrity chefs and party planners. MCES also launched an extremely successful show in Atlanta on May 3-4, 2008.
Check out my Booth 404 at the Metro Show on Nov. 8-9 at the Washington Convention Center!
Photo by Shauna Alexander