Farm-to-Table Flavors featuring Chef Stephen Paprocki and the Chef Cooperative
Join friends and family at the Witte Museum on June 11, 2014 from 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. for the inaugural Salud! Culinary Nights- Farm-to-Table Flavors featuring Chef Stephen Paprocki and the Chef Cooperative.
Learn from the experts on the importance of the farm-to-table initiative while watching Chef Stephen Paprocki with NuStar Energy, Chef Chris Cook with Farm2Fork Catering Company and Chef Jeff White with Boiler House whisk up delicious savory bites. Each chef will be paired with farmers Mitch Hagney with Local Sprouts, Pedro Schambon, Jr. with My Fathers Farm and Doug Havemann with Mesquite Field Farms to create a small dish for each guest. The evening’s cooking demonstrations will be interactive with discussions on each dish. Becker Vineyards will be offering a wine tasting to pair with each savory bite.
Set in the Children’s Hospital of San Antonio™ Demonstration Kitchen in the brand new H-E-B Body Adventure Powered by University Health System, Salud! Culinary Nights programs will feature local chefs and a diverse array of cuisines and topics. Meet top local chefs, farmers, ranchers and food historians in an intimate setting as they present information, history and stories about the selected menu. Each program will also feature a wine or beer pairing from the finest Texas winemakers and brewers.
Classes are limited to 60 guests per evening and tickets start at $50 per person, $45 for members and include a souvenir wine glass. For more information, please call Witte Reservations at 210.357.1910.
And don’t miss the next Chef Cooperatives dinner on July 26 at The Fig Tree Restaurant at La Villita. For more information, visit their Website at www.chefcooperatives.com
About the Witte Museum:
Founded in 1926, the Witte Museum is located on the banks of the San Antonio River in Brackenridge Park and is San Antonio’s premier museum promoting lifelong learning through innovative exhibition, programs and collections in natural history, science and South Texas heritage. The Witte Museum serves 400,000 visitors a year, including 170,000 school-aged children and 75,000 who attend during Free Tuesdays.
The H-E-B Body Adventure at the Witte Museum includes an area for little ones to learn where their food comes from.