Veritage Miami Interactive Dinner: Guests Cooked With Miami's Top Chefs (Photos)
Anyone who is even remotely into food should also be into cooking classes.
All photos Sara Ventiera Warm arthichoke and mushroom salad by Todd Erickson.
Unless, you work in a kitchen yourself, chances are you could always use a few tips and pointers.
This past Friday night, Veritage Miami's Interactive Dinner at the InterContinental Miami brought together local culinary enthusiasts with come of city's top toques.
Bread + Butter's Alberto Cabrera; Todd Erickson of HaVen and Huahua's Taqueria; The Pubbelly Group's José Mendin; Eating House's Giorgio Rapicavoli; and César Zapata of The Federal Food, Drink, & Provisions taught mixed, mingled, and taught guests how to cook.
As part of the four-day food, wine, and beer celebration, the medieval carnival-themed evening offered guests a chance to relax and connect with the chefs, all of whom walked around chatting with participants.
Five dishes were featured, each of which was prepared table-side with the help of culinary students from Johnson & Wales, while the chefs directed from a big-screen at the front of the room.