Event Guide

Your Weekly Guide to Good Food, Nov 17 – Nov 23

November 20, 2014

The Top 5 Food Events to Check Out This Week

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. 17th @ 6:30pm | Foodstand HQ | 115 5th Ave

See The Newest in Good Food: Grab Your Spot Here 

2. Tuesday, Nov 18th @ 845-1015AM | NYC Food Policy Center | Hunter

Food Policy for Breakfast

In a society increasingly digitized, how can health technology be harnessed to improve food security and good food access, decrease health inequalities and diet-related diseases, and support healthy food choices?  Join an interactive talk that will include the convergence of nutritional informatics, mobile health, and public health, six leaders in the Food/Health-Tech Revolution talk about how technology can help (and hurt) public health and food related initiatives. 

3. Wednesday, Nov 19th @ 730-10PM | Littlefield| 622 DeGraw St
Masters of Social Gastronomy Presents: All-American Pie

Each month, Sarah and Soma take on a curious food topic and break down the history, science, and stories behind it. This November MSG tackles the twin pillars of the American pie kingdom: the gentle apple pie and its heavily-spiced cousin, pumpkin pie. Think making an apple pie is simple? A trip to the grocery yields a thousand and one varieties of apples, all bearing well-marketed and uninformative monikers: Gala, Northern Spy, Empire, Honeycrisp, Granny Smith. They’ll uncover the magic each cultivar brings to the dinner table, and how to be sure you’re baking the best in your apple pie. You’ll learn about the pumpkin pie and discover how this New World gourd combined with English pie ingenuity became the classic Thanksgiving dish. 

4. Thursday, Nov 20th @ 6PM | Studio 450 | 450 W 31st 

Chefs for Impact
Join for a spectacular night at Studio 450 featuring a multi-course tasting menu presented by master chefs from the New York culinary scene. The evening will include a cocktail reception, music, and silent and live auctions with one-of-a-kind items. All proceeds will benefit Impact Network, a non-profit organization bringing e-Learning to rural Africa. The goal of the fundraiser is to help support 10 eSchools in Zambia where they are featuring a revolutionary education model to bring quality education to all children.

5. Sunday, Nov 23rd 12-6PM|La Marqueta| 1607 Park Ave

La Marqueta Retoña Presents: Vendy Plaza
The Vendy Awards is partnering with the Office of the Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito to bring Vendy food finalists, winners, and local vendors to East Harlem’s open-air market space La Marqueta. Cash bar and Beer from Brooklyn Brewery. 


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