Curtis Stone is a Michelin Star chef, restaurateur, author and media personality. He began his cooking career in his homeland of Australia and later honed his skills at Michelin starred restaurants in London under renowned chef Marco Pierre White. COURTESY PHOTO

Curtis Stone is a Michelin Star chef, restaurateur, author and media personality. He began his cooking career in his homeland of Australia and later honed his skills at Michelin starred restaurants in London under renowned chef Marco Pierre White. COURTESY PHOTO

Award-winning chef and TV personality coming to Southcenter

Curtis Stone hostd ‘Coffee with Curtis’ event at Albert Lee Appliance on Sept. 19

  • Thursday, September 12, 2019 3:11pm
  • Life

Join Michelin Star chef, restaurateur, author and media personality Curtis Stone as he hosts “Coffee with Curtis” at Albert Lee Appliance in Southcenter on Thursday, Sept. 19.

The program is from 10:45 to 11:30 a.m. at Albert Lee, 404 Strander Blvd. Tukwila.

Discover tips and techniques around the kitchen from Stone.

Cheese and bacon biscuits, fruit and yogurt parfaits, fresh pressed juice and coffee will be prepared by the Bosch Home Appliance Ambassador, a brand that Albert Lee offers.

“We’re so excited to welcome Curtis to the Puget Sound to share his expertise in food and knowledge of Bosch appliances with our guests,” said Albert Lee Marketing Manager Kelly McMeekin.

Stone began his cooking career in his homeland of Australia and later honed his skills at Michelin starred restaurants in London under renowned chef Marco Pierre White. He has appeared on a number of top-rated programs including Take Home Chef (TLC), Top Chef Masters (BRAVO), and the Emmy-nominated Top Chef Junior. Curtis is a New York Times bestselling author with six cookbooks, his most recent titled, Good Food, Good Life, and is a regular contributor to several magazines and television shows in the United States and Australia.

Each guest will receive a signed cookbook as well as a photo opportunity during the event. Limited seats are available. Visit albertlee.biz to reserve your spot.




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