LAS VEGAS: MGM’s Culinary Interactivity

LAS VEGAS: MGM’s Culinary Interactivity

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Las Vegas: The Signature at MGM Grand just launched a new, interactive in-suite culinary program allowing guests to whip up gourmet creations in their luxurious one/two-bedroom suites, each complete with a top-of-the-line kitchen.

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Available to guests through The Signature at MGM Grand’s in-suite television channel, “Signature Dish” features three 30-minute TV segments that guest can watch in their suite. Each of the videos provides guests with a step-by-step cooking demonstration to prepare dishes in-suite. Guided by Signature Executive Chef Uday Huja and Executive Sous Chef Patrick Hoefler, guests can choose to prepare Scallop Risotto, Tandoori Chicken Curry or Baked Ziti. All of this happens courtesy of The Signature’s full-service in-suite kitchens.

And, rather than have to worry about purchasing the ingredients, guests can simply dial the In-Suite Dining line to purchase a pre-assembled culinary basket. The Baked Ziti basket for example (priced at $55) provides all the ingredients for a party of four – recipe card, pasta, marinara sauce, kosher salt, ricotta and mozzarella cheese. The Signature at MGM Grand features full-size state-of-the-art kitchens with brands such as Sub-Zero, Miele and Bosch in each one/two-bedroom suite, so any budding chef or seasoned gourmand can create a “home-cooked” meal while on the road.