My kiddos know how much I love food, and this year for Mother’s Day we will be doing something a little different. We will be heading to the …A Tutta Pizza Fest at The Hollywood Palladium!
On May 13th join us for some good music, cooking demos, craft beer, and “Deep Dish” conversations…
In December, the art of pizza making – specifically Neapolitan pizza – made international headlines when the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) recognized the Art of Neapolitan Pizzaiolo as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity with inscription 12.com 11.b.17 No. 00722.
To celebrate this recognition, LA, Grow!, an annual community event that focuses on healthy eating and urban agriculture, and Los Angeles Times Food Bowl are bringing pizza makers from all over the world to the Hollywood Palladium for Pizza Fest: A Tutta Pizza! “Pizza, full steam ahead!”
This event will showcase over 20 food vendors, pizzerias, restaurants, and pizza trucks, alongside photo booths and sponsorship booths in the venue’s parking lot, lobby, and ballroom. During the course of the day, there will be cooking workshops, cooking demos, panel discussions, and a DJ spinning music. Plus, many special guests will be making appearances, including top pizza chefs Enzo Coccia, Nancy Silverton, Tony Gemignani, Zach Pollack, Daniele Uditi as well as L.A. Times restaurant critic Jonathan Gold, L.A. Times Deputy Food Editor Jenn Harris, and producer and host Phil Rosenthal (Somebody Feed Phil, Netflix).
12:00 PM VIP Doors
1:00 PM GA Doors
1:15 PM Workshop Session – A’ PIZZA! A PIZZA LAB with Enzo Coccia
2:15 PM Food Talk – “Pizza: How Italy’s most loved dish brings community around the world” with Nancy Silverton, Daniele Uditi, Phil Rosenthal, Colman Andrews. Moderated by Jonathan Gold
3:15 PM Workshop Session – The Art of Simplicity: a cooking lab on authentic Italian flavors
4:00 PM Food Talk – “The Craft of Making Pizza” with Tony Gemignani, Mimmo Di Stefano, Enzo Coccia, Zach Pollack. Moderated by Jenn Harris
5:00 PM Workshop Session – Flour and egg: The magic of Pasta!
6:30PM End of Event
Los Angeles Times Food Bowl is proud to release the program schedule for 31 days of food celebrating L.A.’s amazing food and drink scene. Spanning the entire month of May, Food Bowl will feature over 200 events with many of the chefs and restaurants that have put Los Angeles on the map as one of the world’s great food cities alongside internationally renowned chefs in rare local appearances. In its second year, the festival will continue to raise awareness and funds to fight food insecurity and hunger and promote waste reduction and sustainability through charity partners and participating events. The extensive lineup of dining events, panel discussions, chef collaborations, volunteer projects and other food and drink-inspired happenings can be found at lafoodbowl.com.
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Happy Mother’s Day…Hope to see you there!
-Queen Bee Latina xo