Edible Education Experience presents Chef Night with Chef Dawn Viola
January 28, 2016 | 6 – 8:30 pm
The Edible Education Experience presents Chef Dawn Viola who will be sharing simple tips and tricks for navigating food allergies in the kitchen. Discover how to build an allergy-friendly refrigerator and pantry, and how create allergy-friendly meals the entire family can enjoy without having to cook separately for those with food sensitivities. You’ll also create a variety of veggie burgers, refrigerator pickles, and from-scratch ketchup, mustard, and relish.
Limited space — enroll now!
Edible Education Experience Event Details
January 28, 2016
Sessions held from 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm
@Orlando Junior Academy (28 E. King Street, Orlando, FL 32804)
Cost: Adults $60 / Kids $25
Space is limited to 10 guests
Contact: Sarah Cahill @ 407-448-1031 or SARAH@EDIBLEED.ORG
Vacationers with Food Allergies Now Have New and Personalized Dining Options at SeaWorld, Busch Gardens and Sesame Place Parks
As many as 15 million Americans suffer from a food allergy. SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment has introduced this fall a new line of allergy-friendly dining initiatives for guests at its 10 parks including SeaWorld, Busch Gardens and Sesame Place. These initiatives range from personalized service to new menu options.
“We serve millions of guests each year and are committed to provide each a great experience. For families with allergen concerns, we understand how challenging it can be to safely dine out, especially while on vacation,” said Jim Atchison, President and Chief Executive Officer of SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment. “Our new initiatives ‘serve up’ a family experience that everyone can enjoy.”
The company partnered with the Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network (FAAN™) to educate and train more than 6,000 culinary employees to assist guests with allergen needs. With more than 22,000 members worldwide, FAAN is a trusted source of information, programs, and resources related to food allergy and anaphylaxis.
The new initiatives include:
Increased personal attention to ensure the safety of each meal. Park restaurant managers and supervisors will work one-on-one with guests and oversee the preparation of each allergen-friendly meal from start to finish. “Chef Cards,” filled out in advance by guests to outline the foods to avoid, are handed to a chef before the preparation of the meal.
All park restaurants are equipped and trained to take care of guests with allergen needs.
More menu options, ranging from gluten-free pizza to an allergen-friendly Shamu-shaped chocolate bar, enhance the experience for dining guests. For those on the go, the parks also provide prepackaged snacks such as cookies from companies that specialize in allergen-friendly foods including Divvies and Gluten Free to Go.
To help guests plan, detailed information on allergen-friendly services and helpful safety tips can be found online at each park’s web site. Guests can also download the Chef Cards and fill it out prior to their visit. At the parks, in-park educational handouts are available.
“We commend SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment for implementing a comprehensive food allergy training program, which we were pleased to help carry out,” said John Lehr, FAAN’s Chief Executive Officer. “Families often exhaustively research vacation options that will keep their loved ones with food allergies safe. SeaWorld has taken extra steps to educate its employees about the risks that families managing food allergies face on a daily basis.”