Macy’s Culinary Council Brings Timothy Hollingsworth to Walnut Creek



Are you ready to spend an afternoon in foodie heaven with former French Laundry Chef de Cuisine and current owner of Otium in LA, Timothy Hollingsworth? Myself (and the rest of Girls on Food) are so excited to join one of our favorite chefs for a special cooking demonstration at Macy’s Walnut Creek, in Walnut Creek, CA, where he will be sharing a few of his favorite recipes.

When: Sunday, August 27 at 1pm

Where: Macy’s Walnut Creek, Home Department, 3rd Floor, 1301 Broadway Plaza, Walnut Creek, CA 94596

Price: FREE! RSVP here to ensure a spot and receive a $10 Macy’s gift card when you check in! 

Before the demonstration I’ll be roaming Macy’s latest in cookware and gadgets for my kitchen. I’m thinking with that $10 Macy’s gift card, I could stock up on some early Halloween kitchen goodies.

Also, with any purchase of $35 or more in the Home department, you will receive a special gift and a chance to meet Chef Timothy for a photo opp! I’m ready for my close-up!

Oh my gosh I can’t wait! Like many Bay Area locals, I’ve been dreaming of dining at French Laundry, so to have him cook for us personally will be such a treat! When Julianne attended his recent Culinary Council demo in LA, I was watching the Girls on Food Instagram stories salivating over his cooking!

Culinary Council is a collection of spectacularly talented chefs, pastry chefs, and food professionals that travel throughout the country and hold various tastings and demonstrations in Macy’s all over the U.S. Check with your local Macy’s to see if any are happening near you!

I’ll be live on my Instagram feed with stories, so be sure you’re following me!



This post is sponsored by Everywhere Agency on behalf of Macy’s; however, all thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.

Morgan Bradley

There are two things I have loved my entire life: Food & Media. My earliest memories of enjoying both, would be sitting in my grandfathers lap watching some sort of cooking channel and discussing how we would change the recipe or when we were going to make it. People had assumed after high school I would head to film school, but instead I went for culinary. I attended Le Cordon Bleu, San Francisco for 2 years then worked in Walt Disney World for a few months. While working in Walt Disney World I developed carpal tunnel and arthritis then presented itself shortly after. It appeared life had other plans for me then being in a kitchen 24/7. BUT I wanted to continue to be in the culinary world and share whatever knowledge, love, and passion I had in some way. So media came back into my life full force and for 2 year I have been recreating retro recipes and reinventing them for today's modern pin up's on my YouTube Channel & Blog Imagine; Bananas, Ham and Hollandaise, tomato Jello Pie & many more 1940's & 1950's recipes. I still like to cook "normal" recipes and baking is where a great deal of my passion lies. Very excited to join this creative force of Girls On Food and share and receive so much love for food!