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Celebrity chef Irvine coming to Winnipeg in September

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Sept. 12 promises to be a foodie fiesta at Club Regent Event Centre.

That’s when Food Network celebrity chef Robert Irvine arrives to host Chef Robert Irvine Live, an interactive show that includes audience participaion and promises "No Recipes — No Script — No Holds Barred."

Irvine, an Englishman who hosts Restaurant: Impossible on the Food Network, began cooking with the Royal Navy, where he worked his way up to the royal yacht Britannia. After leaving the service, he eventually landed executive chef jobs at Trump’s Taj Mahal and the five-star cruise ship MS Crystal Harmony. He has published two cookbooks, Mission: Cook and Impossible to Easy.

Tickets for the 8 p.m. show, which go for $30, $40 and $50, plus taxes and fees, go on sale Friday through Ticketmaster. Irvine will also host a 6 p.m. VIP seminar for $100, plus taxes and fees.

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