Check Out Anthony Lamas and Ashley Rose Conway at Macy’s Aventura, Presented by Macy’s Culinary Council

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ATTN: North Miami Foodies and Cocktail Aficionados

Are you ready to spend an afternoon of cooking and cocktail demos with the ultimate duo- Chef Anthony Lamas and Craft Cocktail Creator Ashley Rose Conway? Our friends at Macy’s Culinary Council will be hosting them providing a live cooking/cocktail recipe demonstration at Macy’s Aventura, in Aventura, FL.

Chef Anthony, a three time James Beard Best Chef: Southeast Award nominee and owner of Seviche in Louisville, KY will be on hand, teaching you how to recreate his favorite award-winning Latin dishes at home, while Ashley shakes things up, teaching you how to supersize your cart with her must-have bar accessories.

With admission of a $15 ticket (purchase here), you will get a sample from each recipe demo, a special gift, a $10 Macy’s gift card, and signed copies of Chef Anthony’s Southern Heat and Ashley’s The Art of Bar Cart!

When: Saturday, February 3, 2018, 2:00 PM

Where: Macy’s Aventura, 3rd Floor – Culinary Kitchen, 19503 Biscayne Boulevard, Aventura, FL 33180

Purchase admission and RSVP here to ensure a spot.

Tickets are selling quick, so get on it!

I am very excited about this even for a few reasons. First, I’m ready to stock up on bar accessories with my Macy’s gift card! Second, I’m a huge fan of Ashley’s @craftandcocktails Instagram page, so I cannot wait to learn how she makes those cocktails so gorgeous.

I can’t wait to see you there!

Be sure to follow along with us @girlsonfoodblog, where I’ll be posting live stories from this demo!

CHEERS!

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!

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

Monique

Just a girl. Who loves food. Meat and potatoes is the traditional midwestern cuisine, but I’m not a typical midwestern kind of girl. I’m from Ohio originally but my father’s Army travels have taken me everywhere from Savannah, GA to Wiesbaden, Germany. Along the way I picked up a love of relocating (I am a Fort Lauderdale native now) and unique cuisines. I call myself the “reluctant foodie” because I ended up trying new foods as a result of health issues. With a clean bill of health now, I still venture out to find the most delicious and interesting cuisines around. I am partial to Italian food and sushi especially. Seafood is my weakness, literally, as I love it so but am deathly allergic to it. I am one of those infamous “can cook but prefers not to” types, but recently I have begun renewing my skills in the kitchen. I am newer to the South Florida area and contributing to Girls on Food has finally given me a reason to venture all over town to find the best food the city has to offer. I love a good “hole in the wall” restaurant with great unexpected food and can’t wait to share the pocket gems with you!

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