Saturday May 6
Nordic Cuisine Tasting Party$100.00
Hot Chefs from Cold Nordic Lands
We’re proud to partner with the Nordic Heritage Museum on their second annual Nordic Culinary Conference which is once again bringing to Seattle an awesome group of Scandinavian chefs. New Nordic Cuisine has become one of the hottest and most celebrated trends of the 21st century.
Hot Stove Society and Hotel Andra are excited to present this very special Nordic Cuisine Tasting Party. Our host for the event is Nordic Culinary Conference keynote speaker and Danish culinary entrepreneur Claus Meyer. Claus will be joined by esteemed Nordic chefs who will offer guests tastes of their signature dishes. This is your chance to mingle with top chefs who are responsible for some of the most creative food going on in the world right now.
The Tasting Party will be held in the Hot Stove Society cooking school as well as in the Northern Lights room and the Hot Stove Bar. Guests can visit each location to enjoy delicious tastes of food by these Nordic chefs, as well as alcoholic drinks (included), and fun music!
Also, our Hot Stove team will be offering a variety of super tasty meatballs, and there will be a Marimekko giveaway!
Here’s some background on the host and chefs you will meet at the Tasting Party:
Claus Meyer- was instrumental in bringing the Nordic food revolution into international awareness. He is a co-founder of Noma (named Best Restaurant in the World) in Copenhagen and is the architect of the New Nordic Kitchen Manifesto. This past summer, Meyer opened two new projects in Grand Central Terminal in NYC: Great Northern Food Hall and Michelin star-awarded Agern (with Chef Gunnar Gislason). Claus is an unstoppable force in the culinary world right now, and his latest project is Restaurant Norman at A/D/O in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.
Gunnar Gislason- Executive Head Chef of Agern in NYC and chef and restaurateur of Dill in Reykjavik, Iceland. He recently won a Michelin star for each of these restaurants and is also the author of North- The New Nordic Cuisine of Iceland.
Titti Qvarnstrom- the first female chef in Sweden to receive a Michelin star. She is co-owner of Bloom in the Park in Malmo, which was recognized as Best Restaurant in Sweden in 2015. Chef Titti is a passionate advocate of sustainable development.
Sasu Laukkonen- his highly praised Michelin-star rated restaurant Chef & Sommelier, located in Helsinki, uses organic and wild ingredients to create modern, original Finnish cooking.
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