New York, NY, May 12, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Culinary Bad Boy, Chef Chris Nirschel is known for being an innovator and the first in his craft to unite food, fashion & entertainment. Chef Nirschel introduces a new platform in encouraging healthy eating through fun interactive demonstrations in his hometown Boston, Massachusetts. Chef Nirschel will instruct Boston’s Youth on May 14th followed by the Adult demonstration on May 16th at Bellingham Whole Foods Market. The collaboration between Chef Chris Nirschel and Whole Foods Market is a philanthropic project for the store’s Healthy Futures Initiative.
On May 14th, Chef Chris Nirschel will be cooking pizza with kids from 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM. Tickets are $10.00 in advance or available at the customer service booth. The May 16th adult class on Healthy Italian Cooking from 6:30-8:00, includes wine pairings by Nancy Cassano, Director of the Traveling Vineyard. Tickets are $15 must be booked in advance.
“Cooking classes with children are so much more than just a lesson in the kitchen. It’s my mission to build self esteem, to teach these kids that making mistakes is part of being human but learning from them is part of becoming great! By using simple cooking steps as a metaphor for following instructions and making mistakes in life, these extraordinary kids learn to build self confidence and are excited to make something delicious to share with their family and friends.” -Chef Chris Nirschel
About Chef Chris Nirschel:
Nirschel’s passion lies with promoting a healthy lifestyle and nutritious food to children and adults in a fun and energetic setting. Known for his modernization of traditional Italian Cuisine and an ambassador of Health, Chef Nirschel stands out in his charge to educate students of all ages that even the richest dishes can be delicious. Chef Chris Nirschel has been featured nationally on CNN, NBC, VH1, The Food Network and seen in Food and Entertainment spotlights on Dr. Oz, Fox & Friends, the Daily Connection, Better TV and The Daily. Nirschel began his culinary career at French Culinary Institute in 2009. He became a Sous Chef at The Knickerbocker in New York and as his culinary expertise grew he became Executive Chef at Caffe Napoli in the historic Little Italy of Downtown Manhattan. He is currently a consultant for several restaurants in New York City and has launched his own upscale catering and events company, Culinary Bad Boy Productions, LLC.