Morton’s Executive Chef Teaches You to Grill

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This in from Morton’s. The class is May 17 at Chef Central in Hartsdale.

“WHERE’S THE BEEF?”

CHEF CENTRAL AND MORTON’S THE STEAKHOUSE TEAM UP FOR A

MASTER CLASS IN GRILLING


WESTCHESTER: APRIL 29, 3008 – Just in time for that Memorial Day barbecue… on Saturday, May 17th Mortons’ The Steakhouse in White Plains Executive Chef, Kevin Dranoff, will lead a grilling tips master class at Chef Central at 45 South Central Avenue in Hartsdale. The special event will feature free tastings of Morton’s famous steak in the on-site Chef Central classroom.

The session will begin at 2:00 PM with a free grilling demonstration and tasting presented by Morton’s The Steakhouse of White Plains. Chef Dranoff will grill, slice and serve several different cuts of Morton’s famous beef. He will also explain how to grill the perfect steak at home and share various recipes from The Morton’s Steak Bible. The session will be followed by a question and answer segment. The event will also feature special giveaways from the Morton’s Steakhouse grilling collection.

Seats are limited. For more information call Chef Central at 914-328-1376.

About Morton’s

Morton’s Restaurant Group, Inc. is the world’s largest operator of company-owned upscale steakhouses. Morton’s steakhouses have remained true to its founders’ original vision of combining generous portions of high quality food prepared to exacting standards with exceptional service in an enjoyable dining environment.

The Company owns and operates 79 Morton’s steakhouses located in 67 cities in 28 states and Puerto Rico and five international locations (Toronto, Vancouver, Singapore, Hong Kong, and Macau), as well as three Italian restaurants. 2008 marks Morton’s 30th anniversary and the company will celebrate by partnering with the Make A Wish Foundation in its “30 Wishes for 30 Years” national campaign.

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