Top 3 Food Events This Week: Gabrielle Hamilton at Lucques, Macaron Making Class
Courtesy Napoléon’s Macarons
"A Dinner For Prune" — A Celebration for Gabrielle Hamilton at Lucques
Suzanne Goin and Caroline Styne, presents a special evening inspired by Prune, the new cookbook by Gabrielle Hamilton. The dinner is Hamilton’s exclusive appearance in Los Angeles.Goin and Styne will present a four course menu drawn from the cookbook. Beginning with Grated Radish with Trout Roe and Brown Butter guests will feast on Pigeon with Parsley Vinaigrette and Seeded Toasts; Stewed Pork Butt with Creamed Hominy and Salsa Verde; and Grilled Spring Onions, Romesco Salt and Lime. Hamilton’s dessert of Ricotta Ice Cream with Dark Caramel Croutons concludes the dinner.
WHAT: A Dinner for Prune
WHEN: Tues., Nov. 11, 6-9:30 p.m.
WHERE: Lucques, 8474 Melrose Ave., West Hollywood, 323.655.6277
Mastering the Art of the Macaron with Razmig Tchoboian
Learn how to perfect the art of the classic Parisian cookie at home from Napoléon’s Macarons owner and French native Razmig Tchoboian, who will be sharing insider tips on how to craft the elusive shell and whipping up the fillings for which he is known. The class features hands-on instruction in making Bourbon Pumpkin Chai Cheesecake and Salted Caramel macarons. Reservations are required.
WHAT: Mastering the Art of the Macaron with Razmig Tchoboian
WHEN: Sunday, Nov. 9th, 10 a.m.-1 p.m.
WHERE: Chef’s Center of California, 45 N. San Gabriel Blvd. Pasadena. For reservations, email email@example.com
iHeartSilverlake EastSide Food Festival
Silver Lake is getting its own food festival, with 25 vendors, chefs, DJs, musicians and more, hosted by
Mack Sennett Studios, Castle Gourmet and Food Is the New Rock. Who's coming? Alimento, Auntie Em's Kitchen, Angel City Brewing, Black Hogg, Donut Friend, HomeState, Kitchen Mouse, Little Beast, Mexicali Taco & Co., McConnell's Ice Cream, Starry Kitchen, Sticky Rice, Oinkster and more.
WHAT: iHeartSilverlake EastSide Food Festival
WHEN: Sunday, Nov. 9, 4-8 p.m.
WHERE: Mack Sennett Studios, 1215 Bates Ave., Silver Lake.
COST: Tickets are $45 to $75.
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