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Taste 5 Catering chef Richard Baily returns to Chefs in the Gardens in Vail

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Chefs in the Gardens is a six-week summer program at Betty Ford Alpine Gardens, offering an intimate live cooking experience where chefs from area restaurants demonstrate cooking techniques and share culinary tips and recipes.
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What: Chefs in the Gardens, with chefs Richard A. Bailey and Mike Irwin.

When: Noon Thursday, July 7.

Where: Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater lobby, Ford Park, Vail.

Cost: $5 per person.

More information: Visit bettyfordalpinegardens.org.

VAIL — Taste 5 Catering returns to the Betty Ford Alpine Gardens for Chefs in the Gardens at noon Thursday at the Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater lobby.

Award-winning chef Richard A. Bailey, proprietor and executive chef for Taste 5 Catering, has more than 30 years of culinary experience. He is known for his clever presentations, use of locally sourced ingredients and ability to surprise his guests with his latest inspirations.

“I am determined to challenge the way my guests view and savor the taste of good food,” he said.

Taste 5 Catering in the Vail Valley specializes in personal and private chef service, weddings, corporate events, fundraisers and social get-togethers, customizing each menu and using fresh, locally sourced ingredients. Visit http://www.taste5catering.com to learn more.

Joining Bailey for this demonstration is chef Mike Irwin, former owner and executive chef of Corner Bistro with 25 years of fine-dining experience in the Vail Valley.

About Chefs in the Gardens

Chefs in the Gardens is a six-week summer program at Betty Ford Alpine Gardens, offering an intimate live cooking experience where chefs from area restaurants demonstrate cooking techniques and share culinary tips and recipes. Click on “Event Calendar” at http://www.bettyfordalpinegardens.org to learn more.


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