Stirring the Pot: Conversations with Culinary Celebrities - Guild Hall

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Stirring the Pot: Conversations with Culinary Celebrities

Florence Fabricant

STIRRING THE POT: Conversations with Culinary Celebrities
Hosted by Florence Fabricant

The series will begin on August 7 at the highly anticipated new Montauk outpost of the high-profile Brooklyn pizzeria, Roberta’s, with a conversation with the owner Brandon Hoy and a mozzarella-making demonstration, followed by a family-style lunch. The second installation, at Sagaponack Farm Distillery on August 21, with Farmer/Manager Marilee Foster and Head Distiller Matt Beamer, will focus on the Foster family’s 6th generation farm and the products that go into their spirits, the process of distilling, and a “happy hour” cocktail-making demo including drinks and snacks. The series finale will be held at Hayground School in Bridgehampton on August 28 with world-famous Chef Eric Ripert of Le Bernardin, includes a ratatouille-making demonstration and sampling. The conversation with Ripert, who is also a local resident, will focus on summer produce and his latest book Vegetable Simple. The program will be followed by a book signing and beer sampling by Sag Harbor’s new Kidd Squid Brewery.

SUNDAY, AUGUST 7, 11AM:
Talk, mozzarella-making demo, and lunch
Roberta’s Montauk (240 Fort Pond Road, Montauk)
$160-$200 ($144-$180 for Members)

SUNDAY, AUGUST 21, 4PM:
Talk, cocktail-making demo, and Happy Hour
Sagaponack Farm Distillery (369 Sagg Road, Sagaponack)
$125 ($100 for Members)
Rain Date: 8/22

SUNDAY, AUGUST 28, 11AM:
Talk, ratatouille demo, sampling, and Vegetable Simple book signing with Chef Eric Ripert, plus beer tasting by Kidd Squid
Hayground School (151 Mitchell Lane, Bridgehampton)
$150 ($125 for Members)
With Book: $185 ($160 for Members)


Lead Sponsor: Ciuffo Cabinetry

Supporting Sponsors: Citarella and Landscape Details

Media Partner: PURIST

Theater Programming supported in part by The Schaffner Family Foundation and funding from The Melville Straus Family Endowment. Music Programming is supported in part by The Ellen and James S. Marcus Endowment for Musical Programming.


Florence Fabricant, Photo: Fred Conrad for The New York Times