Friday October 20
Hot Stove Society Food Lovers Weekend$995.00
Cooking the Books- a three day event
Sign up now for the Food Lovers Weekend— Cooking the Books- October 20 to 22, 2017. There are many cookbooks that have influenced us to become the cooks we are today, and even more books that we just have fun cooking from. In this intensive, we’re going to cook like crazy from cookbooks that we love.
If you’re wondering what to expect, here’s an update on some of the terrific chefs and their favorite cookbooks that we’ve lined up for demos so far:
- Chef Tom Douglas - China Moon, Thrill of the Grill, and Glorious Food
- Chef Brian Walczyk- Seven Fires: Grilling the Argentine Way, by Francis Mallmann
- Chef Dustin Ronspies of Art of the Table - A Return to Cooking, by Eric Ripert
- Chef Dezi Bonow - The Dooky Chase Cookbook, by Leah Chase
- Chef Bridget Charters - The New Book of Middle Eastern Food, by Claudia Roden
- Chef Chris Schwarz - Gjelina, by Travis Lett
- Chef Eric Tanaka- L.A. Mexicano by Bill Esparza and Gustavo Arellano
- Chef Sean Hartley- Culinaria
- Chef Matt Fortner- Made in Italy by Giorgio Locatelli
- Prosser Farm Chef Dev Patel- The Art of Flavor by Daniel Patterson and Mandy Aftel
- Chef Eric Stover- The Art of Living According to Joe Beef by David McMillan and Frederic Morin
- Chef Brock Johnson- Bar Tartine by Nicolaus Balla and Cortney Burns
- Social Media Chef Herschell Taghap- The Slanted Door by Charles Phan
- Chef de Partie ~ Douglas Watkins ~ Lidia’s Italian Table, by Lidia Bastianich
Our Food Lovers Weekends will be held at James Beard Award Winner Tom Douglas’ cooking school, Hot Stove Society. Sessions include cooking demonstrations by our Tom Douglas Restaurants Chef Team and special guests plus wine tastings and hands-on cooking technique classes.
Your three day weekend in Seattle will include a Friday night reception (5pm to 9pm), with demos and cooking classes on Saturday (9am to 5pm) and Sunday (9am to 5pm.) (Times are approximate.) Seattle is yours to explore Saturday night to discover the rich history and culture the city has to offer. Need help deciding what to explore? All participants will also receive a “Chef’s Field Guide to Seattle” from Tom Douglas, highlighting under-the-radar and classic Northwest food, wine, and cultural experiences from the man who knows them best.
Hot Stove Society is located inside downtown’s stylish Hotel Ändra on 4th and Virgina. In addition to being in the center of our restaurant campus, it is also a great starting point for walks to the Pike Place Market, Seattle Art Museum, and several beautiful downtown neighborhoods. Your visit to Seattle will truly be enhanced by Hotel Ändra’s swanky urban accommodations. Within the “Food Lovers Weekend” registration confirmation, you will find a link for discounted room rates that we’re offering all participants.
No matter the season, if you are a food lover and want to savor the culinary mecca of the Pacific Northwest in a surprising, enlightening and delightful way, we have the perfect weekend for you!
Each Food Lovers Weekend costs $995 per person and includes all food, wine and fees for the scheduled events of that weekend. Travel and hotel accommodations are not included. Discounted rates with hotel partner, Hotel Ändra, are available for those who are interested.
Note: if you have a question about the Food Lovers Weekend Series, please contact email@example.com