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MUNCHIES Guide to Dinner with Culinary Director Farideh Sadeghin

Nov. 21, 2019, 11:30 p.m. to Nov. 22, 2019, 1:30 a.m.

160 Huron Street, Brooklyn, NY 11222

Hosted by sunmola

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The team behind MUNCHIES, the leading food and culture site from VICE, has seen it all! After working with all kinds of chefs and making food everywhere you can imagine, they've picked up a few tricks along the way. Now they're sharing that knowledge with you in MUNCHIES Guide to Dinner—a single cookbook that teaches all the skills you need to survive, thrive and show off in the kitchen.  Join us on this evening for a mingle and conversation with MUNCHIES culinary director Farideh Sadeghin moderated by The New Yorker's roving food correspondent Helen Rosner, plus a Q + A, and MUNCHIES.  Super inspired by the cookbook, we shall be serving: ☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮ Onion Dip + Potato Chips Pimento Cheese Arancine  Good For Everything Chocolate Cake  ☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮☮ MUNCHIES Guide to Dinner, will help you cook dinner on busy weeknights and host friends with an impressive spread on the weekends. Tips include how to set up and shop for a pantry (with recipes to make your own mayo and quick picle some jalapeños) and how to take back your weeknights with easy, fast-to-table meals (Lemongrass-Steamed Mussels, anone?). Build on those basics with wow-worthy menus and reicpes for theme nights, like Pimento Cheese Quesadillas for a Binge-Watching Party or a Wedge Salad and Baked Alaska to round out the perfect Steakhouse Dinner.  MUNCHIES' Culinary Director, FARIDEH SADEGHIN's journey to the kitchen began in college, cooking for herself and friends. An around-the-world plane ticket landed her in New Zealand, leading kayak tours and then cooking in a local Italian restaurant as well as a hunting and fishing lodge for 7 years. In 2012, she returned to the US to work in the Saveur test kitchen as the Test Kitchen Director. After four years, she joined the team at MUNCHIES where she oversees all recipe production and hosts "The Cooking Show." HELEN ROSNER is The New Yorker’s roving food correspondent, contributing essays and reported stories on all things gastronomic to newyorker.com. She has been covering food for more than a decade as a writer and editor, and won a James Beard Award, in 2016, for her ode to chicken tenders, in Guernica. Rosner has worked at Saveur and New York magazine, launched the seminal food site Eat Me Daily, and served as a cookbook editor. Before joining The New Yorker, she was the executive editor of Eater, where she founded the publication’s James Beard- and National Magazine Award-winning features department. MUNCHIES is a James Beard award-winning website and digital video channel from VICE Media dedicated to telling stories about food that haven't yet been told. Launched in 2014 and now spanning 11 countries, MUNCHIES offers groundbreaking content for a young, smart audience, showcasing how food fits into an infinte number of identities, customs, and aspects of a culture large.  MUNCHIES chronicles the wide spectrum of the global culinary experience and the diverse voices that are pulling us forward: chefs and home cooks, makers and consumers, the politics and policies of food, restaurant life from both front- and back of house, weird history and innovative news, and how food will fit into the future. Through engaging original video content, compelling editorial features, articles, how-tos, recipes, and events, MUNCHIES occupies the intersection where humans and food connect  We sell beer and wine. This is NOT a BYOB establishment. Please arrive promptly at 7pm. Signed copies of MUNCHIES Guide to Dinner: How to Feed Yourself and Your Friends will be available for purchase. No refunds or exchanges after November 14th. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/munchies-guide-to-dinner-with-culinary-director-farideh-sadeghin-tickets-74311530789

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