Food Network's Melissa d'Arabian Coming to Market District
The star of Ten Dollar Dinners will conduct food demonstrations and sign her book at the store July 7.
Melissa d’Arabian, winner of the season five Food Network Star show and host of Ten Dollar Dinners will conduct a food demonstration and book signing at the Pine Township Market District on Saturday, July 7 at 3:30 p.m.
The appearance is free to the public. Details and advance reservations can be made at www.marketdistrict.com.
d’Arabian, a stay-at-home mom with young daughters, embraces the finest kind of home cooking in her recipes and program. Ten Dollar Dinners showcases her tasty recipes and her $10 promise—four people, ten bucks, infinite possibilities.
She uses her culinary and life experiences to provide food lifestyle solutions and recipes for everyone, on any budget. For d’Arabian, it is about the people she cooks for, not the plate.
Her passion for real cooking for real families comes from growing up in a budget-conscious house with her mother and sister. She still holds true to this idea in her culinary choices.
d’Arabian received her bachelor of political science degree from The University of Vermont in 1990 and her MBA from Georgetown University in 1993.
From there, she began a career in consulting working for Disney in California and Euro Disney outside of Paris. While in Paris, d’Arabian met her husband, with whom she has her four daughters.
d’Arabian has spent a lot of time giving back to various organizations. Currently, she serves on the Executive Program Advisory Board of Act One, Inc., a non-profit organization founded to train Christians of all denominations for careers in mainstream film and television.
She strongly holds onto her Christian faith and believes in living her life with meaning and purpose.
In addition to celebrity chefs and many unique food experiences, Market District offers educational classes and demonstrations throughout the year. A chef demonstration cooking area is located in the heart of the store. For more information, visit www.marketdistrict.com.
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