Culinary Bad Boy Productions Presents... Celebrity Chef Vic Vegas Italian Holiday Cooking Demo and Wine Pairing

New York, NY, December 07, 2011 --( Culinary Bad Boy productions proudly presents, Celebrity Chef Vic Vegas teaching you his Mamma’s famous Italian recipes for the holidays Saturday December 10th, 2011 at Copia Lounge - 307 E. 53rd Street (between 1st & 2nd Ave) NYC from 4:00pm-7:00pm.

The Demonstration, will include a step by step display of each recipe, wine pairing, menu tasting, dinner and a Q & A segment. Chef Vic Vegas will include vegetarian friendly options additionally. Get into the holiday spirit, spending the afternoon learning the secrets of mastering the recipes that turned Mamma’s Boy Vic Vegas into a Celebrity Chef.

Each Ticket includes: a two hour demonstration and wine pairing followed by dinner and one hour questions and answers segment. Space is limited per class and built on a first come first serve basis. Reservations are recommended a week in advance. There are a number of seats reserved for members of the press in each class. Please contact Nicole Bandklayder for all press seating and inquiries.

About Chef Vic Vegas:
A self-trained restaurant chef, worked his way up the culinary ladder from dishwasher to executive chef at a Las Vegas hotel restaurant. He moved from Brooklyn to Las Vegas when he was 13, but his culinary style reflects his classic, New York Italian background. Learning to cook from his mother and grandmother, Vic adds his modern Vegas flair to traditional recipes from his childhood.

About Culinary Bad Boy Productions, LLC:
Culinary Bad Boy Productions, LLC, located in New York, New York is where Fashion Entertainment and Food Unite! We offer high end catering, cooking courses and private event services to our clientele. Catering parties range from 25-300 people and are customized per client request as far as menu creation and pricing package. Cooking courses are organized and taught by Founder and Owner Chef Chris Nirschel.

Culinary Bad Boy Productions
Nicole Bandklayder