Cooking for a Cause with Brian Arnoff: A fundraiser to combat hunger
Join Brian as he embraces his Hudson Valley roots while sharing this local farm-fresh recipe for you to enjoy all summer long. Learn more about Brian below.
We're Making Spring Pea Lasagna!
This dish features a silky pea puree, pea and ramp pesto and your own homemade ricotta cheese. In 45 minutes he'll take you through the steps of making a lasagna like you have never had before, cooking peas to retain that fresh pop and use one of the Hudson Valley's best wild ingredients RAMPS.
Chef will also be pairing the dish with Newburgh Brewing Company's classic Cream Ale. As a Special Gift When You Register, Newburgh Brewing is buying your beer. Yes, when you buy a ticket, you will receive a free 4-pack of Crème Ale, which can be picked up at the brewery. All you have to do is show your Eventbrite registration.
PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS TODAY:
Help us achieve our goal of making “Cooking for a Cause” part of the fabric of giving and combating hunger in the Hudson Valley.
All classes will be live-streamed via Zoom, interactive, and a lot of fun! Tickets are $50 with 100% of net proceeds go to our featured non-profits. Question? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (845) 598-4760
HOW THE VIRTUAL CLASSES WORK:
Purchase your ticket today.
5 days before the event you will receive a detailed shopping list and recipe.
On the day of the event we will send you a special Zoom invite.
On the night of the event we will begin promptly at 6pm.
Cooking alongside our featured chef or watch while enjoying a cocktail.
Our classes are interactive. Ask questions live, share your dishes, have fun!
Born and raised in the Hudson Valley Chef Brian Arnoff spent the first decade of his career working in some of the best kitchens in the country including for James Beard award winning chef Barbra Lynch and for the Four Seasons Hotels.
Ten years ago Brian embraced his entrepreneurial spirt and opened a food truck, winning countless awards in Washington DC. Since then he has gone on to open two critically acclaimed restaurants, Kitchen Sink and Meyers Olde Dutch, embracing his Hudson Valley Roots in Beacon NY.