Tickets are on sale right this very minute for First Person Arts’ Edible World: An Intimate Brunch with Chef Gabrielle Hamilton, which will take place at Pumpkin Restaurant on April 3 from 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. UPDATE: A second seating has been added 1:30 to 3 p.m. Hamilton, for the uninitiated, is a Lambertville native, the chef of Prune restaurant in New York, a fan of George’s tripe sandwich and the author of the upcoming memoir Blood, Bones and Butter: The Inadvertent Education of a Reluctant Chef, which was recently excerpted in the New Yorker (if the whole book is half as good as the excerpt, it will kick ass).
Rick Nichols will host the brunch, which will be prepared by Pumpkin chef Ian Moroney. Here’s how to get your tickets.
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Last year we had a blast leading a burger tour on behalf of First Person Arts. This year the First Person Arts Festival provides several other food related events that you should consider.
On Saturday, November 13th cook book author Joan Nathan will be will be discussing her latest book, Quiches, Kugels and Couscous at the Painted Bride Art Center from noon to 2pm. The $35 ($28 for First Arts members) gets you the talk as well as Jewish and Moroccan delicacies from Argan Moroccan Cuisine, Hershelâ€™s East Side Deli and Zahav.
But the tickets online at http://quiches.eventbrite.com/ or call 267-402-2055.
Another food event is the First Taste Dinner and Silent Auction with Soledad Oâ€™Brien, held over a three-course dinner by Alma de Cubaâ€™s Executive Chef, Douglas Rodriguez.
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