The VIPP Report: Two Louisville chefs make their debut on Guy’s Grocery Games on the Food Network

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(Pictured left to right Davonte Bolden and Randy Pasch)

THE DYNAMIC DUO TAKES ON GUY’S GROCERY GAMES

(Santa Rosa, California) Two Louisville chefs get a one-way ticket to Flavortown.  On Wednesday night, Chefs Davonte’ Bolden and Randy Pasch team up to take on other chefs in Guy’s Grocery Games hosted by Chef Guy Fieri.

Randy PaschChef Pasch, a native of Yellow Springs, Ohio who currently lives in Louisville says “As a chef I let the food speak to me.   When my creative juices flow, I can turn simple dishes into masterpieces.”  The Sullivan University culinary graduate goes on to say, “It’s about teaching the new generation of chefs that it not only takes skill but passion it can be seen through from every dish that comes out of my kitchen.”

Chef Bolden, a native of St. Louis, Missouri who also lives in Davonte BoldenLouisville found his passion for food at an early age but never getting the break he needed to extend his career.  The Sullivan University culinary graduate followed his dream and kept his faith even through the hard times.  The tough times brought him to this moment. He says “He wants to live a life that shows all others that the best blessings are when we become one to others.  Food is my therapy and its healing to soul and the stomach.  My time is now, I’m getting the opportunity to showcase my skills.”

Darnell “Superchef” Ferguson, owner of Super Hero Chefs says “I couldn’t be more proud of these two men.  It proves that their hard work and dedication is being rewarded.  To be in the national spotlight and to represent Super Hero Chefs lets everyone know that my team is strong and love food.  They are innovative and can take on any challenge Guy gives them.”

Bolden and Pasch will scramble through Flavortown Market to make something sweet and savory.  How did they do?   You need to watch the Food Network on Wednesday at 9:00 pm (ET) and 8:00 (CT).

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The VIPP Report: It’s the inaugural Flavor of Kentucky Food Festival

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S & T Promotions, LLC announced they will bring a unique food experience to the bluegrass.  It’s the 2016 Flavor of Kentucky Food Festival.  The inaugural festival will be held on Saturday, October 22nd at the Kentucky Center for African American Heritage (KCAAH) Exhibit Hall located at 1701 W. Muhammad Ali Blvd in Louisville, KY 40203 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

The Flavor of Kentucky Food Festival with presenting sponsor Four Roses Bourbon will bring hundreds of people to KCAAH to enjoy the best cuisine from Kentucky including food, beverage and culinary arts. We have created a vendor marketplace that will give guests a chance to taste farm to table food with various products produced by Kentucky farmers. There will be local and regional chef demonstrations, food and beverage pairings. You will also have the opportunity to add to your cookbook collection from our bookstore.   Cookbook authors will be on-hand for autograph signings and you can purchase their books to make the delicious recipes at home.

“We will showcase some of the top local chefs, vendors and dishes that make Kentucky a staple in the food industry. From bourbon dishes to country ham and hot browns we will have it all at the festival. The Flavor will also give restaurant industry professionals an opportunity to see some of the top state of the art equipment and products. We have created something to the whole family can come out and enjoy the day.” says Robyn Stuart, coordinator for the event.

Tickets are $30 per person and can be purchased on our Eventbrite page. We’ve provided a link for your review https://www.eventbrite.com/e/flavor-of-kentucky-food-festival-tickets-25605537853. Youth under the age of ten (10) get in free with a paid adult admission.

Five dollars from each ticket will go to television anchor and on-air personality Dawne Gee’s celebrity cookbook “A Recipe to End Hunger”.   Proceeds will go to helping make sure no child in Kentucky and Southern Indiana go hungry.

If you would like to be a sponsor and/or be a vendor, please contact Robyn C. Stuart at 859-612-9550 or send an e-mail to stpromotions1@gmail.com.

To setup an interview and/or in-studio demonstrations with Stuart and/or co-coordinator Claudia Jackson call VIPP Communications at 502-582-7716 or by email at info at VIPPCommunications dot com.

To learn more about the inaugural Flavor of Kentucky Food Festival and to get updates about special guest announcements and vendors go to http://www.flavorofkentuckyfoodfestival.com.

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