Tyler Florence to appear at wine, foo...

Tyler Florence to appear at wine, food event

There are 9 comments on the Marin Independent Journal story from Jun 21, 2009, titled Tyler Florence to appear at wine, food event. In it, Marin Independent Journal reports that:

Mill Valley's 28th annual Wine & Gourmet Food Tasting event will include 30 purveyors of food and wine from 1 to 4 p.m. June 28 in the depot plaza.

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Hey

Sausalito, CA

#1 Jun 21, 2009
Go fork yourself.
Muir Woods

Atherton, CA

#2 Jun 21, 2009
will he have forks to eat his snacks???
Nobama

San Rafael, CA

#3 Jun 22, 2009
Who the heck is this guy? Until this "fork" thing,
I never heard of him, but my neighbor told me he's a tremendous Chef. Celebrity? Has he got a TV or Radio show somewhere? My curiosity is piqued.
Angie

Walnut Creek, CA

#4 Jun 22, 2009
He's a premiere American chef. Check for him on FoodNetwork and Wikipedia.

“Taste great in milk!”

Since: Aug 08

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#5 Jun 22, 2009
Angie wrote:
He's a premiere American chef. Check for him on FoodNetwork and Wikipedia.
No such thing as an "American Chef"...sorry, He's just stealing jobs from "hard working illegals"
And that's coming from an actual Chef/Pastry Chef with 3+ decades in the bussiness, Who is/was told the exact same thing when I apply for work in the Industry.
Wine Lover in the Know

Vineburg, CA

#6 Jun 22, 2009
2 MAJOR ERRORS in this article:
1.) There will be 70 premium wineries and 30 gourmet food purveyors at this event.
2.) Tickets are actually $40 in advance $50 day of the event

I hope the incorrect info given doesn't discourage people from attending this fine event.
Champion

Ross, CA

#7 Jun 22, 2009
Commander Bunny wrote:
<quoted text>No such thing as an "American Chef"...sorry, He's just stealing jobs from "hard working illegals"
And that's coming from an actual Chef/Pastry Chef with 3+ decades in the bussiness, Who is/was told the exact same thing when I apply for work in the Industry.
Applebee's employs pastry chefs?
Hey

Sausalito, CA

#8 Jun 22, 2009
Wine Lover in the Know wrote:
2 MAJOR ERRORS in this article:
1.) There will be 70 premium wineries and 30 gourmet food purveyors at this event.
2.) Tickets are actually $40 in advance $50 day of the event
I hope the incorrect info given doesn't discourage people from attending this fine event.
Premeir wineries is a joke right?
Each of those wines is way way over priced.
This event is a rip off!!!
Champion

Ross, CA

#9 Jun 22, 2009
Hey wrote:
<quoted text>
Premeir wineries is a joke right?
Each of those wines is way way over priced.
This event is a rip off!!!
You're right, the event has gotten very expensive over the last couple years. Some of the wineries do make expensive wine but to brush off the entire list is ignorant and shows a complete lack of any wine knowledge.

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