May 22, 2013
The smell and taste of good food can transport us across continents. But how do New York City chefs, who serve cuisine from far off places, achieve the same effect while focusing on Greenmarket ingredients?
This panel discussion and tasting will delve into the stories behind dishes that recall flavors from afar but which re-emerge here in the city, made with ingredients grown in the Northeast.
Speakers include Romy Dorotan of Purple Yam, Carl Christian Frederiksen of Aamanns, Hiroko Shimbo, author of Hiroko’s American Kitchen, and more!
This event is hosted in collaboration with Greenmarkets GrowNYC through Slow Food NYC’s Snail of Approval Collaboration series.
Location: International Culinary Center (ICC) – 462 Broadway (btn Grand & Broome); Manhattan
Tickets: $10 suggested donation / reservations required (use ticketing link)