Wednesday, September 15, 2010

For Serious Foodies Only - The New York Culinary Experience

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I'm so excited to tell you about a serious foodie weekend that's coming to New York, which I'll be attending.  The New York Culinary Experience, sponsored by New York Magazine and the French Culinary Institute, (which I love) will be an amalgamation of acclaimed chefs and the serious foodies who want to learn from them.  I was truly impressed by the high caliber of chef talent and the variety of classes offered during this weekend. 

Some of the wonderful cooking topics you'll explore include:

Cooking strozzapreti with sausage and grapes and other dishes inspired by the Italian grape harvest alongside Andrew Carmellini

Glazing and slow roasting Long Island duck with Alex Guarnaschelli

Mastering Portuguese and Spanish shellfish preparations with George Mendes

Brushing up on knife skills while learning the secrets to Morimoto’s hometown dishes from Hiroshima

Creating Italian crostatas and autumn-inspired confections with Gina DePalma

Using every part of a duck with Anita Lo

Making French Alsatian onion tarts and charcuterie with Andre Soltner

Getting the most out of seasonal products with Laurent Tourondel

And so much more...

When and where else are you going to get the chance to interact with such top-notch talent? Personally, I'm amazed and can't wait for this weekend to come.

Here are the details if you'd like to be a part of it and buy tickets. Proceeds benefit the Future Chefs Scholarship Fund.

The New York Culinary Experience
October 2nd & 3rd, 2010
The French Culinary Institute - 462 Broadway, New York NY 10013
Tickets - include 4 classes, breakfast, lunches and closing reception each day

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