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Wednesday, May 5, 2021

STONEHAM, MA (May 5, 2021) – On Thursday, May 20th at 6:00PM, StonehamBank is popping up with local celebrity Chef Joe Gatto live on Zoom. At this free community virtual event Chef Gatto will show you how to perfect a soul-satisfying pasta dish, teaching you to make your own pasta from scratch with ingredients found right in your pantry! As a bonus, each attendee will receive a copy of the recipe.

Celebrity Chef Joe Gatto is a Private Chef to a Boston Celtics player, an author and host of the cutting edge cooking TV show From Scratch. In 2020 his show was released nationwide, reaching an audience of over 8 million people. Bringing his passion for scratch cooking, his exuberant personality and knowledge of film, he has created the most unique cooking show out there. From making his own charcoal, hand forging his own knife to milking cows to make butter and cheese, Joe goes all out to make an engaging, intelligent show. Joe also hosts major food events in and around Boston including Boston Magazine’s The Cue. His first book, SeriouslyFrom Scratch came out nationally in September of 2019. He also works with the Boys and Girls Club, the YMCA and many other charities donating his time and skills to help people learn to cook from scratch. He is now in development with Andrew Zimmern and Food Network on an exciting new show.

This virtual event is a free community event, but registration is required at www.stonehambank.com.

 

About StonehamBank

StonehamBank is a full-service community bank offering state of the art products and services to residents and businesses throughout eastern Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire. In addition to providing progressive products and convenience services, StonehamBank believes in making a difference in the community through its Community Involvement Program and Charitable Foundation. Member FDIC. Member DIF.  Equal Housing Lender. For more information on StonehamBank, please visit www.stonehambank.com or call directly at 888-402-2265.

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