Book Duke, “The Legend Himself” & “Wild” Bill Ranniger To Entertain Your Group
Described by many as a man of passion, mischievous, lighthearted, endearing and genuinely a kindhearted being, Duke Moscrip is a legend in the Pacific Northwest. Walk into a Duke’s location on any given day or night and you are likely to catch him tasting the next iteration of an existing dish or concocting a new one with Executive Chef “Wild” Bill Ranniger. They will both be working hard to ensure that each dish that is served at Duke’s six locations has intense flavor as well as health benefits.
If you happen to meet Duke, reach out and shake his hand. You’ll be greeted with a big smile and a warm welcome. Strike up a conversation and you’ll soon be hearing how he fell in love with being a restaurateur over 40 years ago. A few moments more and you’ll soon be learning how his adventures (Duke Tales, as his adventures have come to be known) to personally source the finest ingredients on the planet find their way into his restaurants serving you what both Duke and “Wild” Bill consider to be both the tastiest and healthiest meals for you.
Together, these two “Food Dudes,” as they call themselves, will share their passionate journey to source the best ingredients. Through all of Duke and “Wild” Bill’s talks there is a singular message: eat well and you may just live forever. Invite Duke, the legend himself, along with “Wild” Bill Ranniger to entertain at your next event. Learn how their passion to source incredibly healthy and tasty food has resulted in the success of Duke’s Chowder Houses, known simply as an iconic restaurant chain in the Pacific Northwest.
In their entertaining program, Duke and “Wild” Bill reveal secrets behind their recipes included in their new cookbook, As Wild As It Gets …Duke’s Secret Sustainable Seafood Recipes. You’ll learn about sustainable sourcing and how you can play a giant role as a consumer by eating sustainably sourced seafood.
To book Duke, “The Legend Himself ” and “Wild” Bill to entertain your group or for media interviews, call Bettina Carey, Publicist at: 206-283-8422, ext. 4 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A portion of the sale of Duke’s new cookbook, “As Wild As It Gets . . . Duke’s Secret Sustainable Seafood Recipes,” will benefit Long Live The Kings, an organization dedicated to the restoration of steelhead and salmon in the Pacific Northwest.
Book design by Aileen Yost and Suzanne Harkness; Primary Photographer, Ingrid Pape-Sheldon.
Check out Duke’s Cookbook One Sheet here.
Check out About Duke Moscrip One Sheet here.
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