Friday, January 21, 2011

2010 Capital Cooking Re-cap

We are so excited about Capital Cooking in 2011, but wanted to take a moment to remember all of the wonderful events in 2010.

2010 was a busy year for Capital Cooking!  We did lots of filming and even released the Capital Cooking Cookbook.  We expanded our food reviews and ate at:  Redline Gastrolounge, Hudson Restaurant and Lounge, Bond 45, Buddha Bar, BGR, ICI Urban Bistro, Carmine's, SEI, Ristorante Piccolo, Peacock Cafe, Ted's Bulletin, Mie N Yu, Cafe du Parc, Panas, We, the Pizza, Taberna del Alabardero, Seasons, Assaggi Mozzarella Bar, and 1789, to name a few.  We showed off some recipes from the Capital Cooking Cookbook on W-USA 9, Great Day St. Louis and the CW's DC on Heels.  We presented at trade shows throughout the East coast.  We are looking forward to a taste of heaven in 2011!

In January, Capital Cooking was featured in Flavor Magazine.
In February, we filmed Capital Cooking's Sunday Brunch and Cocktail Party episodes.
In March we filmed Romantic Dinner for 2 and Picnic Pleasers.
In April, we filmed Panamania and Flavors of India.  I also presented at the Great Grapes Wine Festival in Reston.
In May we released the Capital Cooking Cookbook and judged 555 Cochon.
In June we filmed Under the Tuscan Stars, presented at the Beer Bourbon and BBQ Festival and appeared on DC on Heels.
In July, we presented at Great Grapes in Annapolis and the Food Network Atlantic City Food and Wine show.
In August, we were on Great Day St. Louis and W-USA 9 in DC.  We also taught He Said, She Said cooking class at the Kitchen Conservatory in St. Louis.
In September, I judged the Military Culinary Competition.
In November, I presented Holiday Cocktails at the Metro Show and at the Spirit of the Festival.
In October, I made Butternut Squash Soup at the CHOP market and went to the Rising Stars Chef Event.
In December, we prepared for filming in January and continued editing shows to begin airing on TBD TV.

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