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It’s not just a cooking show —
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it’s a party!

oin Chef Brian Morris on Nov. 7
for a live cooking show demonstration at the Millennium Center
in downtown Winston-Salem.
Morris, director of operations for
hot chicken chain Hattie B’s, has
worked as a personal chef to
celebrities like Derek Jeter, Kellie
Pickler, and Keith Urban, and he’s
known for his unique and fun
approach to cooking. He’ll offer
recipes and tips for holiday hosting.
“It’s a great date night; it’s a great family night,”
he says. “There’s going to be a lot of stuff here for
everybody.”
Before the show, shop for holiday gifts for friends
and family, and sample local beer, beverages, and
food from nearby eateries. VIP tickets give guests
the opportunity to meet Morris, priority seating during the show, early admission to the holiday market,
and an expanded sampling of food and beverages.
“This isn’t food school,” Morris says. “We’re going
to have a blast.”

Wanna Go?

What: Taste of the Twin City
Where: Millennium Center, Winston-Salem
When: Thurs., Nov. 7 from 5–9 p.m.
More info: General admission ($20)
and VIP tickets ($75) available at
tasteofthetwincity.com.

“I’m not a rulesbased chef. Rules
aren’t fun. There’s
only a few rules I
live by and [one is]
we gotta turn some
music on in the
kitchen. So we’re
going to have music,
a lot of fun, and
lots of audience
interaction.”
– Chef Brian Morris

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