Adventure and ‘Top Chefs’ at Kennett’s Mushroom Festival under the Culinary Tent! Read all about it from The Daily Local News. Cynthia Ferich (Goch) cooks a NEW Mushroom Recipe, as she cooks it once and serves it up twice! A cooking demonstration filled with cooking tips, serving suggestions and options. A book signing for the NEW Revised Edition of “MaMa Mia Cucina ~ A Flavor of Good Food and Good Family” will follow the demonstration on Sunday, September 11 at Noon – Under the Culinary Tent.
Cynthia shares the stage with The Food Network’s Iron Chef Jose Garces, Bravo TV’s Kevin Sbraga, and Fox Network’s Master Chef Jennifer Behm.
Cynthia shares her inspiration and celebrates her cookbook, MaMa Mia Cucina ~ A Flavor of Good Food and Good Family, her hometown roots of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and generations of family and cooking on “Pittsburgh Today Live” TV – KDKA. Click here to view this televised interview.
THANKS to ‘Friends at NBC’s The 10! Show ‘ for our first cooking segment! Cooking Chicken with Wine and Olives and Pizza Eggplant taken from Cynthia’s cookbook, “MaMa Mia Cucina”. These authentic Italian recipes were passed down through the generations for all to enjoy. Buon Appetito!
It’s a WINNER! Tiramisu Showdown Winner at the WIM – Women In Motion Event!
Tiramisu Dessert was served at the November, 2010 Women In Motion’s Networking and Dining Event as a tasting competition. Contestants competing at the event included Buca di Beppo, Vicker’s Tavern, Saint Peter’s Bakery, and Cynthia Ferich (Goch). And…the winner is….!!
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Exton Region Chamber of Commerce
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Valley News Dispatch
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