Revealed: A First Look at the Speakers of the 2014 Food & Travel Expo



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This October, we are returning to Providence, Rhode Island for the Food & Travel Expo. This is an event for anyone who plans their vacations around food. We’ll introduce you to new cuisines and new destinations. Here’s a video recap of last year’s event…
 

 

RELATED: A Sneak Peek at the 2014 Food & Travel Expo

 
 

2014 Speakers

 
Let’s introduce you to just a few of the people who will speak at this year’s Food & Travel Expo (there’s lots more to come)…
 

Christopher Bakken  

Christopher Bakken

Author of Honey, Olives, Octopus: Adventures at the Greek Table

Gail Ciampa  

Gail Ciampa

Food Editor, The Providence Journal

Cesin Curi  

Cesin Curi

Chef, Los Andes

Grace Della  

Grace Della

Owner, Miami Culinary Tours

Richard JS Gutman  

Richard J.S. Gutman

Director & Curator,  Culinary Arts Museum at Johnson & Wales University

Shane Kost  

Shane Kost

President, Food Tour Pros

Marina Marchese  

Marina Marchese

Founder, American Honey Tasting Society and Red Bee Honey

Cindy Salvato  

Cindy Salvato

Owner, Savoring Rhode Island

Meghan Sheridan  

Meghan Sheridan

Executive Director, Vermont Fresh Network

Myra Alperson of Noshwalks  

Myra Alperson

Owner, Noshwalks

 

RELATED: Five Things You Should Know About the 2014 Food & Travel Expo

 
 

Tickets Go on Sale this Wednesday, July 2nd

$50 gets you in to the main event at the Providence Biltmore on Saturday, October 4th. But if you sign up for our email list, we’ll send you a special discount code good for 20% off.
 



 
 



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Take a Food Tour


Join Master Chef and Historian Walter Potenza in the discovery of great foods and history of Federal Hill in Providence. Our Premiere Food Tour will take you to different locations where you will be sampling Cheeses, Charcuterie, Olive Oils, Balsamic Vinegars and many more ingredients present in the repertoire of Italian Cookery. You will also learn food terminology, products information, how to shop, how to store and anything that may be of interest in expanding your culinary horizon. Throughout the walking event you will meet the people who make it possible for Federal Hill to be recognized as a food and historical destination in the USA. Your walking tour will end at Chef Walters Cooking School where Chef Walter will present the “Pasta or risotto of the day”, paired with the “Wine of the day“. Of course samples are offered. After the tasting you will visit the Federal Hill Heritage Center Photo Exhibit of early Italian Immigration in Rhode Island located on 286 Atwells Avenue. Only collection in Rhode Island

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