September At COOK: Who Wants Some Frybread?

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So you didn’t get tickets for last night’s Open Stove event at COOK and are feeling bad that you missed all the fun. I know how you feel.

But I have good news. There are still a few seats left for some of the other September classes. Most notably, for the Marcos Espinoza/Lucio Palazzo/Hawk Krall Shiprock frybread tacos class happening on Sunday, September 15.

$95 gets you a seat at the table–which is a good start because frybread is awesome and frybread tacos are double-awesome. But the price of admission will also score you some packaged frybread mix from Espinoza’s parents’ restaurant and a small, limited-edition print by local artist Hawk Krall, done just for the event.

So that’s better, right? Yeah, and you haven’t even seen the menu yet…

Shiprock Frybread Dinner at COOK

Sunday, September 15

first:

foie gras and duck leg posole

second:

traditional Navajo taco with chile beans, traditional fry bread

third:

lamb barbacoa taco, blue corn fry bread

fourth:

sweet fry bread, honey butter, cinnamon sugar

Frybread not your thing? Well that’s just ridiculous. But whatever. There’s still space available for the late summer harvest dinner being thrown by the crew from The Mildred and for the one-night-only visiting chef dinner with Will Horowitz from Ducks Eatery in NYC–which is really a pairing dinner with Stephen Myers from Ilegal Mezcal so, you know, wear your drinking socks. Oh, and for you vegetarians? Beth Kaufman is doing a “Meatless Monday” class where, presumably, some vegetables will be consumed. And also booze. But mostly vegetables.

COOK September Classes [Official]

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  • CM

    I like foie gras, duck leg, and posole. But foie gras and duck leg posole sounds kind of crazy! :)