is currently known as Toby Cavanaugh to fans of the Freeform hit television series, Pretty Little Liars
. The summer finale pulled out all the stops ending with a serious car accident involving Toby and fiancé, Yvonne. Many fans were left with burning questions about his survival. Meet Keegan on Sunday, March 26 at 1pm
on the Fashion and Entertainment Stage to hear more about the series finale in April.
In addition to acting, Keegan has a passion for photography. Keegan was given his first camera at age 9, and began a lifelong study and pursuit of photography. life.love.beauty
is a selection of photographs taken since his childhood. “This book takes you on a photographic voyage through my life so far” according to Keegan. It’s a photo journey through the life of an intensely creative soul whose expression finds various art forms. The book’s content resonates in the commonality we all share on our own journeys while unveiling an inside look into a world that very few experience. Keegan will be signing copies of the book during his meet and greet.
picked up the fundamentals of Filipino cooking from her mother and grandmother. She opened her first restaurant, One Hot Mama’s
, on Hilton Head Island in 2003. In 2011, Orchid was among fifteen finalists in Season 7 of The Next Food Network Star. Also in 2011, she launched her signature line of barbeque sauces and dry rub. Between filming a local culinary show, The Restaurant Show
, attending annual festivals, and actively serving in the operations of now two restaurants it is certain that Orchid runs her kitchen like she lives her life - surrounded by family, friends and feel-good food.
Check her out on the Cooking Stage on Friday and Saturday as she teams up with The Georgia Beef Board
to bring you demonstrations and samples.
is a chef and full-time writer who studied at the Southeast Institute of Culinary Arts. He is the award-winning author of “Table for Two – The Cookbook for Couples”,
"Table for Two - Back for Seconds"
and the upcoming "Cooking Outside the Lines - Musings of an Extemporaneous Chef "
(Winfield & Scott Press). As someone who grew up in a family that loved to cook and whose household on Long Island Sound bustled every weekend with dozens of aunts, uncles, cousins and neighbors, he learned early-on the benefit of good food and good drink with good friends. In addition to writing, Chef Warren travels extensively presenting his informative and entertaining cooking demonstrations at Food & Wine Festivals, Home and Garden Shows, Conventions and other events.
Chef Warren resides in the historic neighborhood of Springfield in Jacksonville, Florida. He invites you to drop by if you’re in the area. There’s always something cooking. And there’s always enough.
If you live in or are from Savannah and haven’t had the opportunity to take part in Chef Darin’s Kitchen Table then you are missing out! Chef Darin Sehnert’s
experience and skills started from his roots and now range from Le Cordon Bleu-Paris to Walt Disney World. Opening his own hands-on cooking school in the spring of 2014, Chef Darin’s Kitchen Table features a hands-on teaching kitchen as well as a smaller demonstration kitchen. Chef Darin describes his cooking philosophy as “Cooking Between the Lines”. “A recipe is black and white but cooking is anything but” he explains. “When you develop an understanding of proper techniques and your ingredients, you have unlocked the basics of great food. A recipe is nothing more than a group of ingredients paired with a group of techniques.” Make sure to visit Chef Darin in his exhibit space to learn more about Chef Darin’s Kitchen Table.