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Cargill’s Sterling Silver premium beef brand is teaming up with celebrity chef Michael Giletto in the Kenmore Live Studios to present “Steak Art: The Culinary Palate Exhibit.”
The innovative culinary show, already boasting more than 65,000 online fans, will stream live on Kenmore’s Facebook page (facebook.com/kenmore), from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Aug. 6, from the brand’s kitchen studio in downtown Chicago. The two-hour segment will feature a live studio audience, a cooking demonstration with Giletto and additional art-related entertainment. Giletto will illustrate the versatility of the Sterling Silver brand by showing the audience how to create three flavorful, culinary-inspired dishes using just one cut of meat.
An inspiring and accomplished chef, Giletto makes numerous appearances on both network and local television, such as the Food Network’s “Iron Chef,” “Chopped,” and “Ultimate Recipe Showdown,” as well as receiving national recognition from the American Culinary Federation and the James Beard Foundation, among others.
The artistic exhibit theme continues with The David Polk Project, which will add sultry jazz to the evening’s atmosphere, while local artists will each interpret the event on canvas. After the show, three lucky viewers will receive one of the originals signed by the artist and Giletto.
“I’ve had the opportunity to appear on ‘Chopped’ and ‘Iron Chef America,’ but the idea of integrating three artistic formats in one evening is truly unique,” said Giletto. “This is a groundbreaking approach to culinary creativity, and it is fun to be a part of it. I’ve been a big advocate of the Sterling Silver brand for a long time, so when they told me about the opportunity, I jumped at the chance to do the show.”
The brainchild of Chicago-based Suite Partners, Inc. and Kenmore, a brand of Hoffman Estates, Ill.-based Sears, Kenmore Studio Live TV creates an interactive experience featuring video and social media capabilities unlike anything ever seen in the industry.