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Tyler Florence & Chef Lea @ Culinarium 2010!

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Culinarium 2010: Kitchen Design & Epicurean Event

Join us at the San Francisco Design Center on October 19, 20, and 21 for the Kitchen Design & Epicurean Event of the season! Featuring Christopher Peacock, Chef Lea McIntosh, Tyler Florence, Martyn Lawrence Bullard, Chef Tanya Holland, House Beautiful’s Newell Turner and more!

Scroll down for information on Chef Lea’s appearance, a special Nesting Newbies reception, and the complete Culinarium Program. Purchase your tickets through the San Francisco Design Center. Proceeds will provide scholarships to Bay Area interior design students.

Photography by Jack Hutcheson

Photography by James Burkart

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20

CHIC BITES: EASY, UPSCALE HORS D’OEUVRES FOR ENTERTAINING

2:00 PM…Nesting Newbies Chef Lea McIntosh will be cooking live on the Galleria Atrium stage in the Christopher Peacock kitchen! Enjoy her Chic Bites: easy, upscale hors d’oeuvres for entertaining. Learn her no-fail techniques while she teaches Jeanine Hays, décor blogger, creative director and founder of AphroChic her most popular recipes.

3:30 PM…Follow Lea and Jeanine to the Duralee Showroom (Galleria, Rm. 100) for a special Nesting Newbies reception. Enjoy a glass (or two) of wine, noshes by Chef Lea, and view Aphrochic pillow collection and the latest from Duralee. RSVP for this reception to Jodi at Nesting Newbies.

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Midsummer Mediterranean Grill

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Read Full Feature in Nesting Newbies Magazine, 2010 Issue No.4

A Fusion-feast Inspired by an Old World Region

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With midsummer in mind, Chef Lea McIntosh imagined a grilled dinner inspired by Mediterranean cuisines—a fusion-feast with flavors common to many countries in this Old World region. “You’ll see influences from Spain, Greece, Morocco, Africa, and Turkey in these recipes,” Lea explains. “To me, it is so interesting—and tasty—to mix dishes and blend culinary flavors from many cultures.”

Find the recipes and video of Lea’s Midsummer Mediterranean dinner party in Issue No. 4

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