For someone who's made cakes for the likes of Yoko Ono, Al Pacino, and the Rolling Stones -- not to mention a couple notable weddings and two White House stints -- you could say Colette Peters knows her fondant.
The owner of Colette's Cakes in New York City, author of five books, and competitor on Food Network, will be taking a break from the four and sugar to stop by the Hermosa Inn, formerly the private residence of cowboy artist Lon Megargee, in Paradise Valley as part of its Artist-In-Residence Dinner Series, where guests get together with artists for an evening of dining and conversation.
At 6:30 p.m., Wednesday, February 22, Peters will join guests at LON's at The Hermosa, the Inn's restaurant, for a wine reception followed by a four-course dinner designed by chef Jeremy Pacheco. Following the dinner, Peters will dish on some trade secrets, share creative culinary tips and techniques, and answer questions.
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Keep reading for details and to see some of Peters' creations.
The cost for the Colette Peters Artist-In-Residence Evening is $125 (all inclusive.) Reservations can be made by calling 602-955-7878. For more details, go here.
A few cakes from Colette Peters: