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All-new recipes at cooking show

Celebrations 150 welcomes Chef Guy

Chef Guy Klinzing performs at a past cooking show.
Chef Guy Klinzing performs at a past cooking show.

Tickets are available at the NewsTribune and newstrib.com, and will be available at the door Saturday for the Let’s Get Cooking with Chef Guy cooking and drink festival.

Visitors to the event will find new vendors at a new venue this year at the event, set for noon-6 p.m. at Celebrations 150, U.S. 6 East, La Salle.

It’s also an all-new show this year from Chef Guy Klinzing, who’s known for his mix of singing, cooking expertise and humor. Around 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Klinzing will take the stage and demonstrate step-by-step how to make eight new recipes, which were published in a special section in Tuesday’s edition.

The show moves to a new venue this year, which will allow for wine tasting from August Hill Winery and beer tasting at the Tangled Roots booth. In addition, beverages will be available from the bar at Celebrations.

Mark Lippert, vice president of sales for La Salle County Broadcasting, said the venue makes the vendor sale easy to navigate, with most vendors all in the same room.

Sean Walsh, host of the Rise and Grind Morning Show on 96.5 The Wolf, will entertain during the afternoon prior to Chef Guy’s appearance. Lippert said Walsh plays in several bands, and can show his versatility as a musician.

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