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November 13, 2010, Saturday - Guest Chef: Shefzilla, Stewart Woodman at Mill City Museum

Time: 1:00pm

Location: Mill City Museum Baking Lab, 704 South 2nd Street

Acclaimed chef Stewart Woodman will visit the Baking Lab for a cooking demonstration of a recipe featured in his new book, "Shefzilla: Conquering Haute Cuisine at Home," newly published by MHS Press. Woodman trained under some of the world’s most celebrated chefs before striking out on his own in Minneapolis. In 2006, Food&Wine named him one of America’s “Best New Chefs," and this year he was named a semifinalist for Best Chef: Midwest by the prestigious James Beard Foundation. After the demonstration, the book will be available for purchase and Woodman will sign copies.

Cost: Program included with museum admission of $10 adults, $8 seniors and college students, $5 children ages 6-17; free for MHS members.