Michael Schwartz at Best Buy? Do Big Things With Small Appliances!

Want silky-smooth deviled eggs? Begin with a blender. Chef Michael Schwartz of Michael's Genuine Food and Drink is showing off his blended-deviled-egg technique along with the many uses of small kitchen appliances this Saturday from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Best Buy store in Aventura.

The event is part of Best Buy's campaign in 13 cities to introduce its new section of small appliances. A celebrity chef from each market will demonstrate how to make creative dishes using small appliances. Store customers will be able to sample the grub and try the appliances themselves. There will also be 20 percent off small appliances during the event, so you can finally splurge on that new gizmo you've been dying to get. There'll be prizes too. And you can win a $2,000 small appliance kitchen makeover, dinner for two at Michael's Genuine, and Best Buy gift cards.

Here's what Chef will be cooking:

  • Slow Roasted Pork Shoulder with pickled onions and parsley sauce
  • Classic Deviled Eggs
  • Tuna Crostini with spring onions and a Provencal vinaigrette

To make your trip even more worthwhile, we've pulled a few recipes that call for small appliances. Get inspired and head to the event for some discounted kitchen gear and a chance to glean some technique from Chef Michael Schwartz himself.


Crock-Pot Slow Cooker Cheesecake

Fruit Leather in a Blender

No Bake Oreo Pie Crust with Blender

Classic Cheese Lasagna With Your Food Processor

Meat Loaf With Your Food Processor

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