Norm and I were pleasantly surprised by Portland’s Arts District. It has had an amazing Renaissance.  You can enjoy works of art by Picasso, Monet and Maine’s own rising stars. But here is the caveat, there is one award winning chef-owner and artist in residence at David’s Creative Cuisine, David Turin.  He is turning out old favorites and amazing new creations at the foot of Portland’s Arts District at 22 Monument Square. Whether your taste runs to the expressionist or minimalist, you’ll find that David’s really cooks.

You will be able to experience David’s cooking at an Art of Dining and Grand Tasting at the Hass residence at the Kennebunkport Festival 2012.

You can learn more about David and his recipe for Pork and Bacon with Balsamic Apples by clicking here. This bio article appeared in CityRoom on 5-30-2012.

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This event is produced and presented by Maine Magazine in cooperation with The Kennebunkport Festival Committee. There are many sponsors who support this endeavor as it benefits Share our Strength. The event will have art shows, cocktail parties, dinners and unforgettable experiences.

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Maralyn D. HillThe Epicurean Explorer

President, International Food Wine & Travel Writers Association

Editor-at-Large, CityRoom

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