The ‘Art and Science’ of Cooking | Tampa Bay International Curry Festival’s Renown Chef Explains Craft
As a self-taught chef, Schofield became interested in cooking at a very early age, cooking elaborate meals for family and friends.
The 4th Annual Tampa Bay International Curry Festival, which will feature savory delicacies, exciting events, and live music, will also be held in part to support and raise awareness for a variety of local medical, educational, and children-based charities, such as Golfers vs. Brain Cancer, a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation with a goal of finding a cure for brain cancer.
One of these celebrated chefs is Palm Harbor’s own Massimo Patano of Massimo’s Eclectic Fine Dining – a restaurant opened by the chef himself in 2004 that features an artful blend of Italian, French, Mediterranean and Asian cuisines in a casual and elegant atmosphere.
How One Former Buc is Changing Lives | Tampa Bay International Curry Festival’s Support of Local Charities
Founded last year by Ian Beckles, a former Tampa Bay Buccaneer/current current co-host of the Ron & Ian sports show on 620 WDAE, the Ian Beckles Foundation has already seen significant progress.
Chef Gaston will be bringing in over 25 years of culinary experience into the event, as well as a list of noteworthy achievements…
Throughout her life, Chef Roshni Mansukhani Gurnani has traveled the world and gained a wealth of knowledge and experience in different cultures, something distinctly reflected in her cooking.
Yes, in case you haven’t heard, the 2015 Tampa Bay International Curry Festival, which will feature savory delicacies, exciting events, and live music, will be held in part to support incredible local charities such as Pasco Kids First, a New Port Richey-based non-profit…