Spring 2010 Issue Unveiling at bistro VG

Flavors and Chateau Ste. Michelle held an exciting unveiling ceremony at bistro VG last night. Not only did we unveil the spring 2010 scrumptious chef issue covers – we unveiled the “new look” (a new logo and editorial design) of Flavors and  announced  the long-awaited Flavors: The Cookbook.

Gary Donlick’s (executive chef of Bistro Niko) Herb-Crusted Leg of Lamb is featured on the cover of the new issue. Other scrumptious chefs included in the spring 2010 issue are: Jonathan Jerusalmy (whose handsome face graces the second cover) of The St. Regis Atlanta, Robert Gerstenecker of Park 75, Alisa Barry of Bella Cucina, Keira Moritz of Pacci, Todd Mussman of Muss and Turner’s, Joshua Wakefield of Meehan’s Public HouseChef Asata of Life Chef, David Larkworthy of Five Seasons Brewery, Donna Stuart Brousseau and Rebecca Lang.

Flavors held the usual drawing for which sponsors and advertisers provided coveted gift cards and other items to be won by attendees of the unveiling. Representatives from numerous charitable organizations announced fundraising events that will be taking place this spring and early summer. And our hosts, bistro VG served delicious appetizers.

Check out pictures from the event on Flavors’ Facebook fan page.

And be sure to get your copy of the new issue by subscribing to Flavors or picking up a copy at many grocery stores and bookstores through out Atlanta or visiting these area retailers:

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