Popcorn for two 🖤🍿 A watch party fitting for the times 😉 when you can’t go to the red carpet, bring the red carpet to you ~😘 @catskillinternationalfilm #actress #feelgoodfuel See our short dramatic film Intervention this evening, 830 pm EST. Link in bio 🍿📸 Art will persist. #filmfestival with my amazing costar and producer @silverman.julia director @runawaylp and our amazing BFF team #catskillinternationalfilmfestival #dress @yanscreation #yanscreation #slippers @petitermitagehotel #popcorn #screening ps pic taken by my lonesome and some crafty furniture moves 😘 #gottaimprovise
Model Actress @eleonora__pieroni & Designer @avadoramimouni on the red carpet during @nyfw Genuine Gem Purse @avadoramimouniimperial Photography @dennismadigan @metropolitanmagazine Public Relations absolutmoderne Article denamccoy @carolgalvin_foundation Hair Makeup @sahagworkshop by @tonymottanyc
Pamela Morgan Photo Credit: Noel Valero @noelvphoto
Pamela Morgan is owner of Flirting with Flavors and a member of Les Dames D’Escoffier, Pamela Morgan has been praised for her work as a caterer, event planner, food personality and cookbook author. She began her career studying with chefs Alain Ducasse and Roger Verge in their highly acclaimed kitchens in the south of France. After returning to the USA, she trained with esteemed Madeleine Kamman, later working behind the counter at the renowned Silver Palate retail and catering store in New York City.
In 1984, she began her own company, Flavors Catering, a New York catering firm specializing in custom-tailored events, from private dinners to full-scale parties for up to 2,000 people, with clients such as Martha Stewart Living, Food Network Television and HBO. In January of 1993, she opened her first retail store, Pamela Morgan’s Flavors, in New York’s Flatiron District, where it became a fixture of the neighborhood and received the highest rating attainable from Zagat’s Marketplace Guide. Her cookbook, Pamela Morgan ‘’s Flavors, written with Michael McLaughlin (Viking) was published in May 1998. In 2000, she sold the retail storefront so that she could spend more time on the many other projects she’d become involved in, while maintaining a more boutique operation of her catering and events firm. She is working on her second cookbook, Love, Well Seasoned.