Celebrating its second birthday, Cooking Channel is hitting the road this summer with their Summer Eats pop-ups offering an exciting and unique culinary experience for fans around the country. Cooking Channel is a new TV network dedicated to today’s passionate food lover. For food people, by food people, Cooking Channel is the answer to a growing hunger for more content devoted to food and cooking in every dimension from global cuisines to international travel, history and unconventional how-to’s.
This week was Westside Provision Distric time to join the celebration. Due to inclement weather conditions the party was held at Abbatoir, a modern American restaurant in Westside.
Guests were provided with complimentary, custom menus of food and beverages inspired by summer favorites.
Considering that everything was free, the food was quite impressive.
Cooking Channel Summer Eats Menu - Atlanta
Cooking Channel Eats:
Pulled pork sandwich (cider-braised shoulder on a soft bun with coleslaw & vinegar sauce), grilled corn on the cob (rubbed with a paprikra and chipotle butter) and fried catfish (with a crisp cornmeal coating, served with tartar sauce).
Shrimp and grits (Crispy Georgia shrimp and white grits served with a Tikka Masala and cilantro chutney).
Georgia peach Pie ( A classic pie with traditional butter crust)
Red Velvet Cupcakes (with Mascarpone Frosting).
Libations: (Sweetwater brewing Company)
420 Extra Pele Ale
Low Ryeder Dry Hopped Rye IPA
india Pale Ale
Entwine (new line of wines from Food Network)
ON THE TAME SIDE
Present at the event was network hosts G. Garvin (Roadtrip with G. Garvin), and Eden Grinshpan (Eden Eats). Chef Garvin latest episode "Georgia Road Trip with G. Garvin" is currently airing on Cooking Channel. Check your local listing for showtimes.
HOST Eden Grinshpan graduated from Le Cordon Bleu in London with the “Grande Diplome” in both Pastry and Cuisine. After graduating she went to India to volunteer with different organizations, one of them being an orphanage called Ramanas Garden. Here she came up with the idea of raising money for the orphanage by re-opening their cafe, which had not been in operation for some time. In New York City Eden enrolled in a management program at The Institute of Culinary Education which led her to the bakery Babycakes.
Eden is a co-owner of ethNicitY Productions and just finished shooting her first season of "Eden Eats" which airs August 17th at 10pm EST.
Music entertainment was provided by "Quiet Hounds" . Their new album Megaphona is out now. Visit http://www.quiethounds.com for details!
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