Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Stirling Club Chefs Present A Holiday Cooking Demo

The Stirling Club
For the second time this year, Chef Steve Piamchunter will share some legendary cooking secrets. And this time, he will be joined by another well-known culinary name in Las Vegas — Anne Callaghan, chef de cuisine at The Stirling Club.

As some Stirling Club members know, Callaghan came to the club after serving five years as a sous chef and kitchen manager at Aureole Las Vegas in Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino. It was at Aureole that Callaghan originally developed a cooking class prototype for the Charlie Palmer Group. Prior, she had worked in several kitchens at the MGM.

Piamchunter is equally renown. He is a recognized chef with the Charlie Palmer Group and head chef at The Stirling Club. He has 10 years of experience working at some of the finest restaurants in Las Vegas after working at his family’s Thai restaurant in California.

Join Chef Steve Piamchunter And Chef Anne Callaghan For A Holiday Cooking Demonstration

At 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 8, these Charlie Palmer Group chefs will provide a light and refreshing cooking demonstration with an emphasis on the holidays. The rare evening event will a full three-course dinner and mulled holiday cider.

canapesWhile the specific menu won't be released, the demonstration includes holiday canapes (hors d'Ĺ“uvres) and several quick and entertaining dishes for special gatherings. They will also present some menu-planning and cooking tips that will save time and money while adding flavor. And, unlike previous events, one portion of the demonstration will include a hands-on food craft with full participation. Each guest will then be able to take home their creations.

Chef Piamchunter sometimes shares modern recipes as a guest columnist. Chef Callaghan has appeared as a guest chef at several culinary events. Both are well-known for their culinary skills as part of the Charlie Palmer Group.

Since the opening of Aureole on the upper east side of Manhattan, American cuisine pioneer Charlie Palmer and all of his chefs have been world renown. His collection of coast-to-coast locations encompass numerous award-winning restaurants. Recently, six of his restaurants were the recipients of Wine Spectator's 2010 Best of Award of Excellence. Aureole Las Vegas was one of seven to win the Grand Award.

Charlie Palmer Group also handles The Stirling Club's exclusive private dining and catering options. The venue can accommodate groups from 20 to 500 people.

Seating is limited and is only $19.95 for members. Non-members are invited to contact Kathleen Gustafson at 702-784-4603 for an exclusive tour or to make additional arrangements, pending the availability of any offering.
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