On Your Mark, Get Prepped and Start Cooking!
We all love the magical red sauce we pour over a steaming plate of pasta, and each of us can make our own yummy version. But if you’re Italian-American, the big question has always been do you call that magical concoction that you pour over your pasta “GRAVY” or do you call it “SAUCE?” That question will be answered at The 12th Annual Galbani Cheese Italian Feast of San Gennaro Los Angeles GREAT GRAVY/SAUCE COOKING COMPETITION!
So if you think you can make the best sauce/gravy, it’s time to break out the “secret family recipe” or wow the judges with your very own creation. Get your entry forms in by September 27.
For complete rules and to fill out the quick application, CLICK HERE>>
– Entries must be a traditional “Sunday Dinner” tomato-based red gravy/sauce only (with or without meat) – no cream or pesto
– Two finalists will be chosen through blind taste tests at 6 PM on 9/28 and will then compete against each other in a head-to-head cook-off on 9/29
– Chef Marco from Galbani Cheese will choose a winner at 8 PM on 9/29
– Winner of the 2013 Gravy vs. Sauce Competition will be presented with a trophy and prizes on the main stage immediately following the selection.
May the Best GRAVY or SAUCE win!!!
So, what is the Feast of San Gennaro?
In September of 2002, some of Los Angeles’ most prominent Italian American citizens got together and produced the first annual Feast of San Gennaro in Los Angeles, offering three days of enjoyment for the entire family. Just like the 80+ year old New York City tradition, the Galbani Cheese Italian Feast of San Gennaro Los Angeles celebrates Italian culture, food and entertainment, and features live music, street performers, strolling musicians, a kid’s corner, and many rides and games. In addition to sampling wine from local wineries and food from some of Los Angeles’ best Italian restaurants, guests are invited to learn recipes from the cooking stage and play bocce ball and bingo with some of Hollywood’s Italian American celebrities and much more!
Friday September 27, 2013 (11am – 11pm)
Saturday September 28, 2013 (11am – 11pm)
Sunday September 29, 2013 (11am-11pm)
$5.00 – Adult General Admission
Free – Kids under 12 yrs old
Enter Feast from either entrance:
1651 N. Highland Ave. (between Hollywood Blvd. & Sunset Blvd.)
1651 N. Orange Ave. (between Hollywood Blvd. & Sunset Blvd.)
Metro Red Line:
Exit Hollywood Blvd./Highland Ave. ($1 discount off entrance fee with Metro receipt)
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