Chocolate & Spice Bakery Presents Fall Decorating and Cooking Class Schedule

CHOCOLATE & SPICE BAKERY
CHOCOLATE & SPICE BAKERY
2014 FALL DECORATING AND COOKING CLASSES
Chef Megan Romano
Megan Romano of the award-winning Chocolate & Spice Bakery presents her fall cooking and decorating class schedule for adults and children featuring personal recipes and professional instruction as well as small bites and refreshments. All classes are $25 per person and run from 4 pm – 5 pm on Tuesday nights.For more information or to sign up for a class, please call Chocolate & Spice Bakery at (702) 527-7772 or email Megan Romano at megan@chefmeganromano.com.

WHEN:
Tuesday, October 21 | 4 pm – 5 pm

 

WHAT:
Halloween Decorating Class for Children

Kids can start the spooky celebrations early with a hands-on Halloween decorating class. They will get the opportunity to unleash their creativity on small individual cakes and cookie lollipops with guidance from Chef Romano.

WHEN:
Tuesday, November 4 | 4 pm – 5 pm

 

Chocolate & Spice Bakery's Pie Making Class Nov. 4

WHAT:
Pie Making Class for Adults

No better way to fine-tune your pie-making skills just in time for Thanksgiving than with step-by-step guidance from an acclaimed pastry chef. Chef Romano will walk participants through the process of making the perfect pie featuring a variety of flavors including Granny Smith Apple, Vanilla Bean-Scented Blueberry, Pumpkin Spice, Bourbon Pecan and more.

WHEN:
Tuesday, December 9 | 4 pm – 5 pm

Chocolate & Spice Children's Decorating Class

WHAT:
Holiday Decorating Class for Children

Spread the holiday cheer with a decorating session for children with individual cakes and cookie lollipops made right at the bakery. Chef Romano will be on hand as always guiding the creative youngsters through the process and providing tips and tricks. Kids will leave with a special surprise holiday gift box from the bakery as well.

 

WHERE: Chocolate & Spice Bakery (West of Rainbow at Tenaya)
7293 W Sahara, Suite 8 Las Vegas, NV 89117

 

Photos/Event Recap: “Chefs To The Max” Dinner at Rx Boiler Room Raises $275,799 for Local Food Critic Max Jacobson

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EVENT RECAP: “CHEFS TO THE MAX” DINNER AT RX BOILER ROOM RAISES $275,799 FOR LOCAL FOOD CRITIC MAX JACOBSON

Last night, Sunday, January 19, a group of the country’s most acclaimed chefs collaborated on the first “Chefs to the Max” dinner at Chef Rick Moonen’s Rx Boiler Room inside the Shoppes at Mandalay Place and raised a total of $275,799. The dinner was the first of a series to benefit critically injured Las Vegas-based food journalist Max Jacobson. The event featured a cocktail reception, sit-down seven-course dinner with wine pairing, as well as a live and silent auction for 100 guests. One-hundred percent of the proceeds will benefit Jacobson directly to help pay for mounting medical bills as a result of the accident.

Chefs in attendance included Megan Bringas, Kim Canteenwalla, Shirley Chung, John Church, Saipin Chutima, Barry Dakake, Susan Feniger, Bobby Flay, Hubert Keller, Thomas Keller, Rick Moonen, Grant MacPherson, Mary Sue Milliken, Bradley Ogden, Luciano Pellegrini, Vincent Pilon, Pino Posteraro, Vincent Pouessel, Joey Romano, Megan Romano, Angelo Sosa and David Walzog.

In addition, Rick Moonen challenged Bobby Flay to a “Kampachi Throwdown.” Moonen prepared a Chili Seared Kona Kampachi with avocado, ruby red grapefruit and yuzu butter sauce; and Flay prepared a Kona Kampachi with Korean red pepper-tangerine glaze with pickled Brussels sprout relish and squab egg. Guests voted and Rick Moonen was announced the winner.

Two days before Christmas 2013, Jacobson was struck by a car while in the crosswalk at Windmill Parkway and Pecos Road as he walked from home to the gym. He sustained severe brain trauma from the accident. He remains in critical condition at Kindred Healthcare.

Jacobson is currently Vegas Seven’s restaurant reviewer. Prior to that, he covered Orange County for the Los Angeles Times for 15 years. He moved to Las Vegas in 1999 to be the lead critic for Las Vegas Life. He has also written for numerous national culinary publications including Saveur and Gourmet. Jacobson recently co-authored “Eating Las Vegas” with fellow food critics Al Mancini and John Curtas.

For more information about the “Chefs to the Max” dinner series, go to www.Facebook.com/ChefstotheMax.

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Life is Beautiful Festival Announces Culinary Programming

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Life is Beautiful Festival Announces Culinary Experiences & New Chefs  

Two-Day Festival of World Class Music, Food, Art & Learning in Downtown Las Vegas includes

“Grills & Guitars” by Blue Ribbon Restaurants, “The Culinary Village”, and “The Alchemy Garden”  

New Chef Additions include Nancy Silverton; Headlining Chefs include: Bruce & Eric Bromberg, Jonathan Waxman, Hubert Keller, Aaron Sanchez, Cat Cora, Rick Moonen, Scott Conant, Tom Colicchio, Michael Symon

Friday, October 25th – Sunday, October 27th, 2013

 

Life is Beautiful (L.I.B.) Festival announces the lineup of culinary programming and experiences for the inaugural festival taking place Saturday, October 26th and Sunday, October 27th, 2013, with a kickoff event the evening of Friday, October 25th.  With more than 60 chefs and restaurants, 24 wineries and 24 breweries participating in the culinary part of the festival alone, L.I.B. presents its attendees with a full-scale food festival experience and expects to draw tens of thousands of people to Downtown Las Vegas. The culinary programming includes experiences that are included in the price of a general-admission festival ticket, such as The Culinary Village, The Alchemy Garden & Chefs on Stage, as well as unique ticketed events that do not require a festival ticket like the Grills & Guitars kick-off party hosted by Blue Ribbon Restaurants and the Take a Stand charity soiree; an eight-course dinner hosted by Elizabeth Blau & Hubert Keller benefitting Three Square Food Bank and Communities in Schools.

The creative direction of the food festival portion of Life is Beautiful Festival was shaped by a culinary advisory board of 12 top chefs chaired by Bruce Bromberg of Blue Ribbon Restaurants.  The food festival will be anchored by The Culinary Village a Moroccan-style bazaar featuring stations manned by more than 60 well-known chefs. Within The Village, guests can enjoy an entertaining and informative series of chef demonstrations (Chefs on Stage), culinary affairs, intimate meals and a beer, wine and spirits garden (The Alchemy Garden). All experiences within the food and wine program will allow attendees the opportunity to engage with these talented chefs up-close and gain insight into their creative process in the kitchen and beyond.

“The food experiences of Life is Beautiful Festival were carefully designed to be interactive, innovative and unexpected,” says Jolene Mannina, Head of Culinary Arts for the festival. “Working with the vision of our Culinary Advisory Board of 12 world-renowned Chefs, we’ve created an approach that we feel will set us apart from other food festivals, giving both our patrons and chefs a chance to enjoy something new, fresh and, of course, delicious.”

The current chef lineup features: Bruce Bromberg and Eric Bromberg, Scott Conant, Jonathan Waxman, Hubert Keller, Cat Cora, Michael Mina, Chris Cosentino, Rick Moonen, Kim Canteenwalla, Jet Tila, Donald Link, Tom Colicchio, Michael Symon, Aaron Sanchez, David Burke, Charlie Palmer, Mary Sue Milliken, Susan Feniger, Paul Bartolotta, David Myers, Todd English, Kerry Simon, Carla Pellegrino, André Rochat, Sven Mede, Marcel Vigneron, Mike Minor, Megan Romano, Elias Cairo, Josh Graves, Jason Tuley, Rebecca Wilcomb, Ben Hammond, Grant MacPherson, Michael Kornick, Natalie Young, Dan Coughlin, Sean Kinoshita, Massimiliano Campanari, Carlos Buscaglia, Vinod Ahuja, Manuel Hinojosa.

 

New Chefs / Mixologists Added to the lineup: Nancy Silverton, Akira Back, Richard Camarota, Frank Goriceta, Carlos Guia, Joseph Leibowitz, Hiew Gun Khong, Nina Manchev, Tony Abou-Ganim, Drew Levinson, Andrew Pollard, Eric Swanson, Kent Bearden, Thomas Burke, Michael Shetler, Kevin Vanegas, Jack Kramer, and Mike Tadich.

 

Tickets for the Life is Beautiful Festival Culinary Programs go on sale July 19, 2013 at www.lifeisbeautifulfestival.com

Life Is Beautiful Festival – Culinary Experiences Premier Sponsor: Whole Foods Market

 

–       The Culinary Village: Located in the heart of the festival and home to the world’s best chefs and restaurants, The Culinary Village is where the aromas of earth’s four corners collide. Over 50 restaurants will partake in this bazaar of epicurean delight that takes festival food options to a whole new level.

Restaurants: Blue Ribbon Restaurant, Honey Salt, Fleur, Strip Steak, Wolfgang Puck, Nobu Hard Rock, DMK Burger Bar, Due Forni, Yellowtail, Kumi, D.O.C.G, Herbsaint, LAVO, TAO, Bratalian Neapolitan Cantina, EAT, Chocolate & Spice, Origin India, Barbuto, rm Seafood, Kuma Snow Cream, Curbside Cafe, LBS Burger, Smokin Bros BBQ, Sin City Hot Dogs, Forte European Tapas & Bistro and more.
Price: General Admission or VIP festival ticket required, a la carte selection
Date: Saturday and Sunday, October 26th & 27th
Time: Saturday, 1:00pm – 12:00am Midnight; Sunday, 12:00pm – 11:00pm

 

–       The Alchemy Gardens Presented by Wirtz Beverage: Craft brewers, wine makers and distillers will pour a-la-carte libations at this garden, overflowing with liquid creativity. Enthusiasts can also choose to purchase additional tickets to meet and mingle with master brewers, wine makers and distillers over flight tastings.

Price: General Admission or VIP festival ticket required a la carte Beer, Wine, Spirits and Sake; must be 21 or over.
Date: Saturday and Sunday, October 26th & 27th
Time: Saturday, 1:00pm – 12:00am Midnight; Sunday, 12:00pm – 11:00pm

–       Flights Tastings (In The Alchemy Gardens): For a better understanding of the passion and history poured into each glass, additional tickets may be purchased for tastings with master brewers, wine makers and distillers.

Price: $40 for 9 tastings, General Admission or VIP festival ticket required
Date: Saturday and Sunday, October 26th & 27th
Time: Saturday, 1:00pm – 12:00am Midnight; Sunday, 12:00pm – 11:00pm
 

–       Chefs on Stage Presented by Sub-Zero Wolf & Whole Foods Market: Over two days, 20 of the most highly regarded chefs in the industry give attendees a chance to get up close and personal as they showcase their skills live on a Sub-Zero Wolf stage located in a climate-controlled tent. These demonstrations will tantalize taste buds and teach viewers how to create the same experience at home.

Chefs: Bruce and Eric Bromberg, Scott Conant, Jet Tila, Jonathan Waxman, Cat Cora, Chris Cosentino, Rick Moonen, Aaron Sanchez, Hubert Keller, Kerry Simon, Mary Sue Milliken, Susan Feniger, Mike Minor, Donald Link, Grant MacPherson, Carla Pellegrino, Jason Tuley, David Myers, Elias Caro, Josh Graves,Todd English
Location: The Culinary Village
Price: Free Event with Festival General Admission or VIP ticket
Date: Saturday and Sunday, October 26th & 27th
Time: Saturday, 1:45pm – 9:00pm; Sunday, 12:45pm – 8:00pm

–       Take A Stand: Elizabeth Blau and Hubert Keller will host the Life is Beautiful grand opening soiree to benefit Three Square Food Bank and Communities in Schools. Showcasing the mystery and wonderment of Old Vegas at its finest, this charity dinner will feature eight award-winning chefs serving eight courses in various styles throughout the night paired with priceless wines and crafted cocktails by Wirtz Beverage mixologists and sommeliers.


Chefs: Hubert Keller, Michael Mina, Todd English, Akira Back, Paul Bartolotta, Grant MacPherson, Charlie Palmer, Megan Romano
Location: Secret Downtown Location to be revealed upon purchase confirmation
Price: $5,000
(1) VIP two-day festival ticket included
(1) Grills & Guitars ticket included
Seats: 40 (must be 21 or over)
Date: Friday, October 25th
Time: 7pm – 10pm

–       Grills & Guitars: Start the festival weekend with 15 well-known chefs, gourmet comfort food and live music. A twist on the traditional backyard barbecue, the festival kick-off party will pair beer, wine and cocktails with flamed-kissed fare that will satisfy all the senses.

Chefs: Bruce & Eric Bromberg, Jonathan Waxman, Cat Cora, Tom Colicchio, Michael Symon, Nancy Silverton, Jet Tila, Scott Conant, Kim Canteenwalla, Aaron Sanchez, Mary Sue Milliken, Susan Feniger, Rick Moonen & David Myers
Price: $175, VIP $225 *Does not require purchase of a festival ticket. Must be 21 or over.
Date: Friday, October 25th
Time: 8pm VIP, 9pm – Midnight

–       Culinary Crawl: This three-hour dining tour is designed to introduce palates to a variety of tastes. Guests will be escorted to three different venues, each with a different chef host who has customized a unique experience that pairs their creative dishes with specially selected drinks provided by Wirtz Beverage Group. 

Saturday
Chefs & Locations:

  • “Pig & Whiskey” hosted by Kim Canteenwalla and Sven Mede at The Flame Steakhouse
  • “From Korea to Japan”, hosted by Akira Back at Park on Fremont
  • “Amaro & Amare”, hosted by Richard Camarota & Megan Romano at EAT

Price:   $130 – Single pass to the Culinary Crawl, GA or VIP festival ticket required for purchase
$290 – Includes a two (2) day General Admission festival ticket
Date: Saturday, October 26th
Time: 5pm – 8pm

Sunday
            Chefs & Locations:

  • “Rare & Rosso” Jonathan Waxman & Nancy Silverton at EAT
  • “Tongue & Cheek” Rick Moonen at Le Thai
  • “Bones & Brews” Iron chef Cat Cora & Jason Tuley at Park on Fremont

Price:   $130 – Single pass to the Culinary Crawl, GA or VIP festival ticket required for purchase
$290 – Includes a two (2) day General Admission festival ticket
Date: Sunday, October 27th
Time: 5pm – 8pm

***Chef and event details subject to change.

 

Regular Two-Day General Admission & VIP Tickets for the 2013 Life is Beautiful Festival are available for purchase at www.lifeisbeautifulfestival.com

 
General Admission Tickets:

  • Regular Two-Day GA: $159.50

VIP Tickets:

  • TWO-DAY VIP Ticket: $349.50
    • VIP tickets include: Exclusive VIP lounge with shade, lounge seating, activities and more; Viewing Areas at Main Stages; VIP restroom facilities; Access to special VIP food concessions; Access to special VIP beer, wine and spirits concessions; Commemorative Poster and more!

Life is Beautiful Sponsors

Sponsors of the inaugural Life is Beautiful Festival include Wirtz Beverage Group, Heineken, Zappos, Cirque du Soleil, Las Vegas Review Journal, Red Bull, Esquire, Whole Foods Market, Caesars Entertainment, and many more. *Sponsors listed are current as of release date.

L.I.B. is being developed by Aurelian Marketing Group in partnership with Another Planet Entertainment, MAKTUB Marketing and Downtown Project. Visit www.lifeisbeautifulfestival.com and sign up to receive information updates via email. Connect with the Life is Beautiful team socially at Facebook.com/LIBFestival and Twitter.com/LifeIsBeautiful.

Spring and Summer Cooking Classes at Chocolate & Spice

CHOCOLATE & SPICE BAKERY

CHOCOLATE & SPICE BAKERY COOKING CLASSES

 

Megan Romano of Chocolate & Spice Bakery on West Sahara presents April, May and June cooking classes featuring personal recipes and professional instruction, small bites and refreshments as well as a take home gift.  Classes are $75 per person and run from 6 pm – 7 pm on Thursday nights.

For more information, please visit www.chocolatenspice.com or call 702.527.7772. To sign up for a class, email your name and credit card information including expiration date to megan@chefmeganromano.com.

WHEN:
Thursday, April 25 | 6 pm – 7 pm

WHAT:
Mother’s Day Brunch
Trying to figure out the perfect gift for Mother’s Day? Celebrate with Mom early and take part in an hour-long class where Chef Romano breaks down some of her favorite recipes, providing personal tips and tricks to making a meal fit for the leading lady. Fresh brunch selections include a wild mushroom and gruyere egg white frittata and spring salad of arugula, goat cheese and caramelized hazelnut topped with citrus vinaigrette while blueberry scones round out the meal.

WHEN:
Thursday, May 30 | 6 pm – 7 pm
WHAT:
Spring Cooking Class
Chef Romano serves up spring selections and a sweet treat to top the meal off during her May class. Sharing preparation and cooking techniques, participants will be guided step by step in the cooking processes of lemon thyme chicken and vegetable skewers, sun-dried tomato and basil quinoa and Romano’s signature strawberry shortcake.

WHEN:
Thursday, June 27 | 6 pm – 7 pm
WHAT:
Selections of Summer
Perfect for grilling season, show off your culinary skills this summer as Chef Romano offers step by step instruction to perfecting practices for barbequed kalbi ribs accompanied by lemon-scented potato and bacon salad. Soothe the heat with frozen watermelon lime skewers and round out the meal with marshmallow chocolate chip rice crispy treats.

WHERE:
Chocolate & Spice Bakery (West of Rainbow at Tenaya)
7293 W Sahara, Suite 8 Las Vegas, NV 89117

Chocolate & Spice Announces Savory & Sweet Bites

SAVORY AND SWEET BITES COOKING CLASS AT CHOCOLATE & SPICE
Learn Techniques from Acclaimed Pastry Chef Megan Romano July 25

 

Chocolate & Spice Bakery, Summerlin’s newest foodie destination, announces Savory and Sweet Bites, a cooking class to be held on Wednesday, July 25 from 6 pm to 7:30 pm.

Participants will learn how to cook like a pro with hands-on practice as Megan Romano will personally instruct the session. Chef hopefuls will learn how to make gazpacho, brushcetta and chocolate tarts, sampling each item along the way. The $65 per person package will include tasty treats and refreshments, a gift bag, and skills sure to impress.

To sign up or for more information email megan@chefmeganromano.com.

About Chocolate & Spice Bakery

Noted pastry chef and cookbook author Megan Romano opened Chocolate & Spice Bakery backed by years of experience as a veteran of such venerable restaurants as Aureole, Lespinasse and Charlie Trotter. Chocolate& Spice offers an early morning menu including coffee and breakfast frittatas, such as the signature roasted vegetable and parmesan frittata and pastries including a caramel sticky brioche bun.   Salads and sandwiches including Mediterranean salad with rustic potato and lemon vinaigrette or turkey sandwich with turkey, gruyere, and cranberry whole grain bread will satisfy at nearly any time of day. Yet of course this dessert destination would not becomplete without Romano’s signature sweets. Artisan chocolates, including bon bons, truffles and bark share the stage with ice creams and sorbets while tarts, pies and cakes are available for pick up and can be custom ordered to suit any occasion.

 

Photos: MEGAN ROMANO OPENS CHOCOLATE & SPICE BAKERY

MEGAN ROMANO OPENS CHOCOLATE & SPICE BAKERY


Acclaimed Pastry Chef Brings Sweet and Savory Offerings to Summerlin

Vegas24seven had the pleasure of testing out Chocolate & Spice Bakery. All the samples we had tried were wonderful!!! We did get a chance to talk to Megan but not long enough! She was busy showing other guest around and severing all her tasty treats! Megan has a superb staff!! We would recommend Chocolate & Spice Bakery not only for the Savory Offerings but also because it’s near our office and off the strip! Take a look at the photos below and try not to run over to Chocolate & Spice Bakery!


Noted pastry chef and cookbook author Megan Romano opened Chocolate & Spice Bakery on Sahara Avenue in Summerlin.  Romano, a veteran of such venerable restaurants as Aureole, Lespinasse and Charlie Trotter, boasts a strong culinary background that extends far beyond the pastry kitchen.
The concept of Chocolate & Spice began several years ago when Romano began selling her book It’s A Sweet Life and treats such as Chocolate Dipped Candied Oranges online and to several Las Vegas area cafes as she was manning the pastry kitchen at Charlie Palmer’s Aureole.  While still at Aureole she was named Best Pastry Chef for 2011 by both Desert Companion and Vegas Seven magazines.


Now, she has expanded the business, devoting herself full-time to the venture and new retail space, allowing people to enjoy her creations without heading to the Strip.

“I envision Chocolate and Spice Bakery to be a meeting place: for coffee and a light bite on the way to work, for a simple soup and beverage at lunch, and for a sweet bite any time of day.  The interior is comfortable and casual, with space for gatherings and special occasions,” says Romano.  “My dream has been to open a bakery and this setting is the culmination of years of experience in developing a refreshing menu of specialty desserts and hand-crafted chocolate and confections, along with light savory items.”

The early morning menu includes coffee and breakfast frittatas, such as the signature <em>roasted vegetable and parmesan frittata and pastries including a caramel sticky brioche bun.   Sandwiches and salads including a vine ripe tomato, watermelon and mozzarella salad or toasted garlic broccolini and penne pasta will satisfy at nearly any hour.


Romano’s signature sweets will certainly make Chocolate &amp; Spice a dessert destination.  Artisan chocolates, including bon bons, truffles and bark share the stage with ice creams and shakes while tarts, pies and cakes are available for pick up and can be custom ordered to suit any occasion.  Highlights include the Romano family recipe banana vanilla bean cream pie, a tequila lime chocolate bar, chocolate chip and tangerine zest cookies, almond rocher with fleur de sel and a dark chocolate truffle cake.


CHOCOLATE & SPICE
7293 W Sahara, Suite 8 (at Tenaya, just West of Rainbow)
Las Vegas, NV 89117
702.527.7772
Hours: Tuesday-Sunday 7 am – 7 pm

 

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Megan Romano’s Chocolate & Spice Opens Friday

MEGAN ROMANO OPENS CHOCOLATE & SPICE BAKERY
Acclaimed Pastry Chef Brings Sweet and Savory Offerings to Summerlin

Noted pastry chef and cookbook author Megan Romano will open Chocolate & Spice Bakery on Sahara Avenue in Summerlin this Friday.  Romano, a veteran of such venerable restaurants as Aureole, Lespinasse and Charlie Trotter, boasts a strong culinary background that extends far beyond the pastry kitchen.

The concept of Chocolate & Spice began several years ago when Romano began selling her book It’s A Sweet Life and treats such as Chocolate Dipped Candied Oranges online and to several Las Vegas area cafes as she was manning the pastry kitchen at Charlie Palmer’s Aureole.  While still at Aureole she was named Best Pastry Chef for 2011 by both Desert Companion and Vegas Seven magazines.

Now, she has expanded the business, devoting herself full-time to the venture and new retail space, allowing people to enjoy her creations without heading to the Strip.

“I envision Chocolate and Spice Bakery to be a meeting place: for coffee and a light bite on the way to work, for a simple soup and beverage at lunch, and for a sweet bite any time of day.  The interior is comfortable and casual, with space for gatherings and special occasions,” says Romano.  “My dream has been to open a bakery and this setting is the culmination of years of experience in developing a refreshing menu of specialty desserts and hand-crafted chocolate and confections, along with light savory items.”

The early morning menu includes coffee and breakfast frittatas, such as the signature roasted vegetable and parmesan frittata and pastries including a caramel sticky brioche bun.   Sandwiches and salads including a vine ripe tomato, watermelon and mozzarella salad or toasted garlic broccolini and penne pasta will satisfy at nearly any hour.

Romano’s signature sweets will certainly make Chocolate & Spice a dessert destination.  Artisan chocolates, including bon bons, truffles and bark share the stage with ice creams and shakes while tarts, pies and cakes are available for pick up and can be custom ordered to suit any occasion.  Highlights include the Romano family recipe banana vanilla bean cream pie, a tequila lime chocolate bar, chocolate chip and tangerine zest cookies, almond rocher with fleur de sel and a dark chocolate truffle cake.

CHOCOLATE & SPICE
7293 W Sahara, Suite 8 (at Tenaya, just West of Rainbow)
Las Vegas, NV 89117
702.527.7772
Hours: Tuesday-Sunday 7 am – 7 pm