A Forbes "30 under 30" recipient, Jonah Miller knew early on he wanted to be a chef, working his way into the kitchens of esteemed restaurants Chanterelle and Gramercy Tavern, before ambitiously opening Spanish eatery Huertas in his mid-twenties. The restaurant went on to achieve acclaim, earning a nod from the New York Times food-writing titan Pete Wells. Miller -- along with his restaurant partner Nate Adler -- recently launched the cookbook, The New Spanish: Bites, Feasts and Drinks, teaching us more about Spanish culture and cuisine. At this culinary event, he'll guide you through some of his favorite recipes from the book, including pinxtos (skewered small bites), conservas (canned and pickled foods) and a red wine cocktail made with cola. In addition to learning to make three different types of pinxtos, you'll learn to properly breakdown cooked octopus. Chef's choice of canned conserves will be served during the demo. Afterwards, you'll head to the bar to learn to make Huertas' famous vermouths with their head bartender, while enjoying a family-style meal of pinxtos and octopus. Plus, the cookbook will be included with your ticket purchase.
All offers for The New Spanish have expired.
The last date listed for The New Spanish was Saturday, Jun 16, 2018 / Noon.
A copy of Jonah’s cookbook will be included as part of your ticket purchase.
Each attendee will get to take home their own mason jar of vermouth.