Event Guide

Your Weekly Guide to Good Food, Nov 10 – Nov 16

November 11, 2014

Here are this week’s not-to-miss food events where you can meet folks indulging in their favorite eats, just as much as you do. 

1. Monday, Nov 10th @ 6-9pm | The Waterfront | 269 11th Ave
NY Taste

New York Taste returns with the city’s best dishes. The evening features an incredible selection with all you can eat, drink, and savor from top restaurants and chefs — including A’Voce, All’onda, Betony, Bodega Negra, Ilili, Le Cirque, Morimoto, Talde, Toro, and more. 

2. Tuesday, Nov 11th @ 630PM | Jimmy’s No. 43 | 43 E. 7th St

Cultured Foods for Your Kitchen

NYC Ferments will be hosting author Leda Scheintaub as she visits NYC to launch her new cookbook. You will learn how to incorporate cultured foods into your everyday cooking and enjoy a sampling of some of Leda’s favorite ferments, including Creamy Cashew Cheese, Tart and Crunchy Applesauce, Indian-Spiced Sauerkraut, and Garlic and Dill Pickled Kale Stems. 

3. Wednesday, Nov 12th @ 6-8PM | New York Public Library| 42nd and 5th Ave
Taste Makers: Creatives in the Culinary Arts

From stylist to recipe developer, to photographer and designer, creative people shape our experiences with food. Moderators Hannah Kirshner and Terri Lee use art and design principles in their culinary work. Curious about how others blend these disciplines? Hannah and Terri have invited Emilie Baltz, Amelia Coulter, Shannon Mustipher, and Emilia Terragni to discuss careers that touch both food and art.  

4. Thursday, Nov 13th @ 7:30PM | Union Hall | 702 Union St, Brooklyn

My Dining Hell with Jay Rayner
Jay Rayner has been restaurant critic for the London Observer for over 15 years, written reviews of well over 700 establishments, and if there is one thing he’s learnt it is that while readers like reviews, they really love reviews of bad restaurants. No, scratch that. They adore them, feast upon them like starving vultures who have spotted fly-blown carrion out in the bush. In My Dining Hell, Jay examines our love affair with lousy reviews, rants about his most hated restaurants fads, lists his bottom five most excruciating nights out.

5. Friday, Nov 14th | The Four Seasons Restaurant | 99 E 52nd St

Celebrating Charlie Trotter and the New American Cuisine
Friends and protégés of the late, legendary chef pay tribute to his enduring influence on American dining. Attendees include: Host Chef JBF Award Winner Norman Van Aken, and JBF Award Winners Emeril Lagasse and Carrie Nahabedian. 

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