Saturday November 7th
10-11am
Washington Convention Center

Giada is loved by fans all over the world not only for her extensive culinary skills – she began her professional training at Le Cordon Bleu in Paris – but also for her personable charm. Born in Rome, Giada grew up in a large Italian family where the culture of food was an important part of daily life.

Known best as the charismatic star of the Food Network’s “Everyday Italian,” which features quick, healthy and satisfying dishes using traditional Italian ingredients and techniques, Giada is also the star of “Giada’s Weekend Getaways,” has secured a role as a contributing correspondent for the “Today Show,” and recently launched a new Food Network show called “Giada at Home.”

“Everyday Italian,” Giada’s first cookbook, showcases many of the delicious recipes from her cooking show of the same title on the Food Network. She has since written three additional cookbooks, “Giada’s Family Dinners”, “Everyday Pasta” and her newest cookbook “Giada’s Kitchen.” All four of these fabulous cookbooks show cooking enthusiasts how to bring the taste and traditions of Italian cuisine into their home with ease!

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