The first 50 Facebook viewers to comment on the Facebook page will win the prepared dish. Each bowl of Lobster Bisque awarded through the Facebook promotion will be complemented with a Caesar salad, added Cain, the Legacy Estates executive chef.
The tradition continues
“Our signature events created a tradition of fun community events that were well-received by the public,” said Stenka. “While the coronavirus has prohibited us from hosting large community gatherings, we wanted to create, in their place, a series of fun, informative cooking demos that allow us to continue to connect to the community while doing it safely.”
The winners can make arrangements to receive the prepared dish by commenting on the video post on Facebook with either ‘Curbside Pickup’ or ‘Delivery.’
The Legacy Retirement Communities’ series of cooking demos was unveiled last month in a Facebook video in which Vic Saltzman, executive chef at The Legacy, prepared a “Mexican Combo Platter,” complete with an enchilada, tostada, and a beef-and-bean burrito. It can be viewed on the Legacy Retirement Communities’ Facebook page.
The series of cooking demos will conclude in August when Saltzman’s wife, Legacy Terrace Executive Chef Paula Saltzman, prepares an Asian specialty. That video’s Facebook appearance is scheduled to debut Aug. 26. A reminder of that video’s kickoff will be announced closer to the date of the event.