Best Buy’s “Small Appliances that Do Big Things” Chef Demo Rolls Through DFW Saturday, September 28 with Chef Patrick Russell of Max’s Wine Dive

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The Best Buy small appliance demo with chef Jose Garces at the Best Buy Mount Laurel, NJ store (Philadelphia suburbs) recently

I already know what you’re thinking: Sunny Saturday, hmmm, I should head to the State Fair to check out the new Big Tex.

Nope. That would be a mistake.

Wouldn’t you rather spend some time in air-conditioned comfort while watching Max’s Wine Dive chef Patrick Russell whip up a béarnaise sauce — in a blender — then drizzle it over a New York strip steak he’s cooked on a griddler then finished in a toaster oven?

The theme is small appliances that do big things, so Best Buy is lining up chefs across the country to demonstrate how to braise chicken, make tomato risotto, create “apple pie” sorbet and cook steaks in a variety of small kitchen appliances. I can’t promise a yellow cake will pop out of an Easy Bake oven, but I wouldn’t put it past Russell. Maybe he’ll make an espresso steak sauce with the Keurig Single Serve Brewer on his back counter.

What other small appliances are sharing space in the demo kitchen? A Kitchen Aid mixer, a Ninja Professional blender, a Breville electric juicer (mmm, kale) a retro Kettle popcorn maker, a Margarita maker, a Hamilton Beach crockpot and a Soda Stream.

Free food. Free show. Free AC. And Unlike the State Fair, this event costs nothing to attend.
1-4 p.m. Saturday, September. 28. Store customers will be able to sample the creations and try the appliances themselves, with a chance to win Best Buy gift cards or dinner at Max’s Wine Dive.  
Best Buy, 5604 SW Loop 820. Fort Worth.