Eat It Up! Food Talks Holiday Finale with Chef James Haller, December 15

10471337_465246770285744_6501158126688566809_nThe Eat it Up! Food Talks Season Finale features special guest chef James Haller, co-founder of the legendary Blue Strawbery. On December 15th, Chef Haller and five area chefs will cook dishes that represent the 45 years of dining in the Seacoast area since Chef Haller first came to town in 1970:

Eat It Up! Food Talks Holiday Finale
Seacoast Repertory Theatre, Bow Street, Portsmouth, NH
Monday, December 15, 2014
6 – 8 pm

Eat it Up! Food Talks will be presenting its final event of the season Monday, December 15th, at the Seacoast Repertory Theatre with a special holiday event with guest chef James Haller, co-founder of the legendary Blue Strawbery, and author of the Blue Strawbery Cookbook. Storyteller James “Buddy” Haller will present on the progression of dining in Portsmouth from 1970 to today. All five chefs who spoke this past season will be preparing their own versions of Haller’s dishes for guests to enjoy. All proceeds from the evening’s event will benefit the Chefs Collaborative.

Chefs featured this year:

• Evan Hennessey (Stages at One Washington)
• Matt Louis (Moxy)
• Evan Mallett (Black Trumpet Bistro)
• Mark Segal (Tinios Pro Hospitality Group)
• Gregg Sessler (Cava)

Tickets include access to the special two hour event, five different dish samples from our guest chefs, beer tasting from Smuttynose, sparkling and still wine, and recipes from each of the chefs. $50 General Admission / $25 Industry discount.

For more information: www.chefscollaborative.org/connect/locals/nh-seacoast-local/

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