The live show featuring celebrity chef, Roy Choi, will benefit Pa. hospitality employees
Harrisburg University Presents will host a live virtual cooking show featuring four renowned Pennsylvania chefs and celebrity chef Roy Choi to benefit hospitality employees across the state adversely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic at 7 p.m. on Jan. 26.
“Just a Taste, The Great Pennsylvania Cooking Show,” presented in partnership with Dauphin County, will be broadcast live online at Harrisburg University presents’ website, www.HUConcertSeries.com, and at HU Presents’ Facebook page @HUPresents.
Viewers can tune into the show for free and donate to the Pennsylvania Restaurant & Lodging Association’s (PRLA) Hospitality Assistance Response of PA (HARP) fund during the event.
“The hospitality industry is hurting desperately and financial support from the government is lacking, leaving hundreds of businesses and thousands of employees without a safety net,” said John Longstreet, President & CEO of the PRLA. “We are grateful to the organizers of ‘Just a Taste’ for contributing event proceeds to HARP so we can continue providing relief to frontline hospitality workers who have been impacted by COVID-19, through no fault of their own.”
Roy Choi, co-host of the popular Netflix series, “The Chef,” will share his talent from California and will participate in a question-and-answer session during the show.
Other participating chefs include:
- Elijah Milligan, Co- Founder & Chef of Greenwood Philly and owner of Cooking for the Culture.
- Tyler Hutchison of Aqueous-Nemacolin.
- Jason Viscount, Owner/Chef, Greystone Public House.
- Anthony Bianco, Executive Chef, 1700 Steakhouse and Ad Lib Craft Kitchen & Bar.
Frank Schofield, Harrisburg University Director of Live Events and Media Services, and Joe Massaro, General Manager of the Hilton Harrisburg, recently appeared on abc27’s Good Day PA to discuss the event. The video is posted below:
For more information, visit www.HUConcertSeries.com.
About Harrisburg University
Accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, Harrisburg University is a private non-profit university offering bachelor and graduate degree programs in science, technology, and math fields. For more information on the University’s affordable demand-driven undergraduate and graduate programs, call 717.901.5146 or email, Connect@HarrisburgU.edu.
About the Pennsylvania Restaurant & Lodging Association
The PRLA strives to promote, protect, and improve the hospitality and tourism industries in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. PRLA conveys the unified voice of these industries to the Commonwealth’s citizenry and elected officials. PRLA established the Hospitality Assistance Response of Pennsylvania (HARP), a 501(c)(3), to provide emergency funding to hospitality workers. Learn more at parelief.org.