Wednesday, November 2, 2011
Murder is on the menu in “A Holiday Recipe for Murder,” a comedic play to be presented on Saturday, Dec. 3 at 6:15 p.m. in the Z-6 Food Services building's lower level. Tickets are $35 each.
The Food TV stars are teaming up for their TV special ‘Holiday Chowdown’! But, tempers boil over when celebrity cooks Rachel Raisin, Emerald the Gassy and Paula Bean go stir crazy in Kitchen Arena, and somebody ends up battered and ‘cran-buried’!
The joy of cooking IT AIN’T! This holiday cook-off looks more like a boxing match with oven mitts! And the secret ingredient in this culinary battle isn’t raw eggs, it’s raw EGO! Forensic Pantry Investigator Alton Brown n’ Serve is brought in to solve the murder and host an episode of “Pig Iron Chef America” - Battle Gizzard! Concludes with a shocking revelation about cute Little Miss E.V.O.O. Witnesses and suspects include Chefs Bobby Fillet and Mario Fatabelli, Ima Garden Salad, Martha Stewpot, Chutney Spears, Sandra Leek, the Ghost of Julia Childish and many more!
Hungry for laughs? Join us for “A Holiday Recipe for Murder” written by Nita Hardy, a spicy, rib-splitting comedy-mystery!
The dinner starts at 6:15 p.m. followed by the play. Seating is limited and tables fill up quickly. Please call the Theatre office at 678-839-4700 to make your reservations.