Chef Mark Ladner, the exec at Manhattan’s Del Posto (which is the only Italian restaurant in the United States to earn four stars from the New York Times in the past 40 years) and chef Eli Kulp (who has previously worked at Ladner’s Del Posto) of Philadelphia’s Fork will come together to create an entirely gluten-free dinner at Kulp’s restaurant on October 2nd.
The dinner serves as part of Ladner’s new pop up program, Pasta Flyer, which combines the tradition of Italian pasta and the efficiency of a Japanese ramen shop in a gluten-free environment. The dinner begins at 5:30 p.m. and will be a five-course seasonally-inspired meal.
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Will BYOB is celebrating its second anniversary with a special collaboration dinner. On Sunday, August 24th, owner and chef Chris Kearse will be joined by chef John Patterson of Fork and chef Eli Collins of Pub & Kitchen for a special $100 per person dinner that benefits the National Foundation for Facial Reconstruction.
Call for 215-271-7683 reservations or book online.
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You grew up in Mossyrock, Washington. Is that a town of more or less than 100 people? Ha. Last time I saw, it had 498. My mom is from Holland; my dad is from New York. And they were sort of hippies traveling in the ’70s, doing their thing. They met and found this little plot of land in the middle of nowhere and bought it, put a single-wide trailer on it, and that’s where I grew up.
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