Terranea Blog

Jun21

mar’sel Chef de cuisine, Michael Fiorelli, attends the Food & Wine Classic in Aspen

This past weekend, Chef Fiorelli headed to Aspen, Colorado to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the legendary Food & Wine Classic. While in Aspen, Chef Fiorelli joined with Executive Chef Jim Butchart and master sommelier Sabato Sagaria to participate in the “Mary HAD a Little Lamb” industry party at Aspen’s Herron Park. The party, held for those who worked during the weekend of the Food & Wine Classic, included carving a whole lamb and creating succulent dishes using the entire lamb. The "Mary HAD a Little Lamb" party was attended by over two hundred people and was a great success!

In case you were not able to make it to Aspen for the Food & Wine Classic, Chef Fiorelli will be recreating the popular “Mary HAD a Little Lamb” demonstration right here at Terranea for our upcoming Chef's Summer Cooking Series. During this summer’s 3 hour cooking course, students will learn to carve and cook with a whole lamb while enjoying a signature cocktail or wine paring. The class will also include hands on instruction and personal kitchen tips from Chef Fiorelli. Check back soon for additional details about our Chef's Summer Cooking Series, class schedule, and registration information.

More pictures from the Aspen Food & Wine Classic are below:

Chef Fiorelli & Chef Emeril Lagasse

Chef Fiorelli, Chef Mario Batali &  Sabato Sagaria

Chef Fiorelli, Sabato Sagaria, & "Mary HAD a Little Lamb" Party Guests

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