The Cherry Red Kitchen of CherryArts Festival at Stanley
This vibrant red and stainless steel kitchen will only enhance the celebrity chefs of this new culinary event.
The drama of a vibrant red and stainless pop-up kitchen will only enhance the experience of the professional chefs who will be displaying their talent and creativity at the first annual CherryArts Festival at Stanley, a new and innovative event in the Stapleton/Aurora area of Denver, born of a partnership between the Cherry Creek Arts Festival and the new Stanley Marketplace. A large component of the festival is its culinary art demonstrations, put on by celebrity chefs of Colorado, like Kevin Taylor (of the American Kevin Taylor's at the Opera House), David Lewis (of the Brown Palace Hotel's Miette et Chocolate), and Elise Wiggins (of the award-winning Panzano)—just to name a few.
The culinary shows and delicious menu items will be a sight to see (and taste!), but another eye-catching element is the kitchen the talented chefs will be using: a cherry-red design by Specialty Appliance (Greenwood Village, Colorado).
The photo above is just a tease… the CherryArts kitchen will be revealed at the event itself! But components of the red vignette in Specialty Appliance's Boulder showroom will be incorporated. They will take the set apart and compose a design that has a fully operational range and refrigerator.
The chefs will be using Dacor appliances, including the Dacor range, which has the latest in up-to-date induction cooking and multiple modes of convection baking. Induction cooking is one of today's newest technologies in kitchen design, and it will make sure the CherryArts chefs have speed, accuracy and safety at their disposal while preparing delicious bites for the festival's attendees.
For more information about the event, visit the CherryArts at Stanley webpage.