Looks like this event has already ended.
Check out upcoming events by this organizer, or organize your very own event.
Robinson: Buddy Valastro
Wednesday, November 28, 2012 at 12:00 PM (EST)
Cake Boss, Buddy Valastro — Exclusive Book Release & Signing!
Be the first to get a signedcopy ofBuddy’s latest cookbook, Cooking Italian with the Cake Boss, hot off the press and here at Market District! Meet the star of TLC’s docu-drama Cake Boss as he shares his exciting new recipes on his on his Homemade for the Holidays Tour!
Wednesday, November 28, 12 p.m.
Where: The Concierge Desk at the Robinson Market District
When: Wednesday, November 28 from 9:00 a.m. to 11:45 a.m.*
What to bring: Please be sure to enter a valid email address when you register for your tickets. An automatic email will be sent to you, containing a ticket voucher. Please print the ticket voucher and bring it to the store to pick up your tickets.
*You must pick up your ticket by 11:45 a.m. on Wednesday, November 28 to maintain your space in line for the autograph session.
PHOTOS: No posed photos with Buddy will be allowed. However, you may take photos from the line.
Buddy will only sign copies of his book Cooking Italian with the Cake Boss: Family Favorites as Only Buddy Can Serve Them Up; he will not sign any memorabilia or any other backlist book at this event.
Books must be purchased Wednesday, November 28 at the Robinson Market District, and receipts must be clearly displayed.
Buddy will sign his name only and will not personalize copies in order to better accommodate more people.
Tickets for this event reserve you a space in the autograph line.
Tickets are numbered in the order in which your registration was received.
We cannot guarantee an opportunity to receive an autograph, but will do everything we can to accommodate all customers.
Limit 2 tickets per customer.
When & Where
Market District Robinson
Created to share food knowledge, trends, tips and techniques, our cooking school is a place where cooks of all levels can go to explore new food ideas. Our roomy kitchen, located on the second floor, permits students to both observe and practice hands-on cooking skills, learning how to make everything from teriyaki and tarts to pasta and pupusas.
Run by Chef Keira Hightower, the school offers a wide range of classes taught by Market District chefs, guest chefs and cookbook authors, and nutritionists. The school’s state-of-the-art facilities allow up to 18 students to watch demonstration classes and up to 12 to participate in hands-on courses.
Visit www.marketdistrict.com to learn more