Tuesday, December 21, 2010

12/22 - Jerome E. Scott, Gurpareet Bains, Larry Lipson,

Jerome Elston Scott - "Anderson's Cross"
Director, writer, actor Jerome E. Scott has worked steadily since his arrival in Los Angeles. Possessing an unforgettable face Jerome was literally put to work his first day in Hollywood. That film was Lethal Weapon 4 directed by Richard Donner. Jerome can also be seen in Charlie’s Angels, She’s All That, American Pie, Galaxy Quest and Whatever It Takes. Instantly recognizable, Jerome has built a considerable fan base from his numerous appearances on Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Sister Sister, Roswell, Smart Guy, Boston Public, Undeclared, and Freaks and Geeks. Jerome is a founding member of Illumination Pictures, which was born out of his idea and admiration for the old Hollywood studio system. Believing what is in front of the camera is only as good as what’s behind, Jerome put pen to paper and wrote Illumination Pictures first feature Anderson’s Cross. A first time writer/director and co-star in Anderson’s Cross, Jerome will again take the writer/director reins on his second feature film Prep School.

Gurpareet Bains "Indian Superfood"
Gurpareet Bains is an Anglo-Indian chef, nutritional therapist and pioneer of culinary concept - the 'Indian Superfood'. He has worked around the world and made international news headlines with one of his creations - billed as the "world's healthiest curry". His first book - Indian Superfood - was released in July 2010, published by Absolute Press Bains is a pioneer of Indian Superfood. Indian Superfood is based on the "unique concept of bringing together... the nation’s favourite Indian food, with superfoods and superspices – foods and spices recognised for their health-promoting and medicinal properties, beyond the basic nutritional function".

Larry Lipson - "Costa Rica Correspondent"
Former LA Daily News Food Columnist (50 Years) Larry Lipson is live and direct from his research Institute in Costa Rica. He will talk about wine food and the good life and will have comments From Frommer's Travel Guide: " Wine: Although some European immigrants have been experimenting with wine grape cultivation in Costa Rica, no one has succeeded. The government did sponsor an experimental effort several years ago, but eventually most of the vines were ripped out. If you see Costa Rican wine for sale, it is almost surely from imported Chilean grape juice that is then processed in Costa Rica--the quality is terrible and it is--at least so far--not worth buying except as a total novelty."

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