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Jackie Gordon’s press and reviews on the Web.
Food bloggers, writers, and culinary professionals made sweet and savory pies and gathered for Pie Party Potluck LIVE at the Institute of Culinary Education in New York City on October 3rd, 2015.
This event was produced by Jackie Gordon and Ken Leung and sponsored by Institute of Culinary Education (ICE), Wüsthof, Anolon, Cabot Creamery, King Arthur Flour, Dub Pies and more.
Links to event press coverage is at the end of Jackie’s recap of the event.
Jennifer Baker wrote about “Chocabaret: a tasting of NY artisan chocolates matched to songs with Singing Chef Jackie Gordon” .
Jenni Field of Pastry Chef Online wrote about “Chocabaret: a tasting of NY artisan chocolates matched to songs with Singing Chef Jackie Gordon”.
Marnely Rodriguez of Cooking With Books wrote about “Chocabaret: a tasting of NY artisan chocolates matched to songs with Singing Chef Jackie Gordon”.
In good company, sipping glasses of fine wine while nibbling delectable varieties of cheese would make any evening perfect. Add to these activities the very enjoyable presence of hostess, humorist, songstress, culinary expert, educator and all around charming individual Jackie Gordon, aka The Singing Chef, and you have a memorable night.
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Food has been an ongoing subject in the theater this year, and the big kahuna in that department is Chef’s Theater at the ritzy Supper Club. As we wrote in an earlier column, that show is really about the cuisine; the entertainment is essentially an afterthought. Happily, we’ve just come upon a much better mix of taste and talent in Say Cheese!, a cabaret experience at the Laurie Beechman Theater.
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COBBLE HILL—Brooklynite Jackie Gordon, as the phrase goes, is singing at two weddings. Er, I mean, cooking at two weddings. Actually, it’s both. As Brooklyn’s own singing chef, Gordon has designed her own form of performance, which she calls “eatertainment.”
Gordon is a trained cook, having worked as head chef at countless restaurants throughout her career on both sides of the globe—New York City and Melbourne, Australia. She is also a world-class singer/performer, and after years of being “Jackie of two trades,” she decided to merge her talents. “I create shows around food and music,” said Gordon.
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