Written by Phil Cerroni
In celebration of the tenth year, the Coppell Farmers Market is holding a “Market to Kitchen” Chef Series by inviting local chefs to demonstrate how market customers can unleash their inner chef using fresh market ingredients. The upcoming chef demo will be held on Aug. 18 at 10 a.m. at the Coppell Farmers Market under the main tent. All monthly chef demos are free, where attendees can relax in comfortable chairs in the shade with iced water and a copy of the recipe.
Chef Instructor, Victoria Hooker, from The International Culinary School at The Art Institute of Dallas will be joined by her students as well as her fellow instructor and husband, Robby Hooker, in preparing a new summer recipe for Tomato Pie.
Victoria and Robby are well-known vendors at the Coppell Farmers Market for their salsa, chips, and tortillas, and also head up the preparation of the annual Farm to Table Dinner in June. With over 40 combined years of experience in the food service industry, Robby and Victoria have gained knowledge and expertise in many areas. They are the dynamic duo behind Two Chefs, offering a wide array of services including private chef, cooking lessons, restaurant consulting, and cooking equipment demonstrations.
Coming up Sep. 22, will feature Go Texas restaurant, Hard Eight Pit BBQ.
The Coppell Farmers Market is open each Saturday from 8 a.m. until noon in Old Town Coppell at 793 S. Coppell Rd.
Source: Coppell Farmers Market