Didn’t know about this amazing reservation-only dinner with slow food cook, culinary adventuress & elephantjournal.com columnist Peggy Markel at The Kitchen? But for the many reminders of Peggy herself, we elephants wouldn’t have, either. Hope to see you there—if you can afford the $95 for wine and course after course, it’ll be well worth it!
And tomorrow, Peggy and I will sneak a peak (though I’ve been asked to the soft opening as a friend, not a journalist, so mum’s the word for now) at Dave Query’s latest restaurant, Happy Noodle House, which opens super-soon. I’ll be grateful for another hip, quality, greenish joint to spend my green bucks at on Pearl—one can only go to the Kitchen and Upstairs at The Kitchen so many times a week before I earn that dreaded appellation: he’s a Regular.
The Kitchen Celebrates
Travel Adventurer and Slow Food Pioneer, Peggy Markel, with a “Simply Indian” Feastwww.peggymarkel.com
Who: Chef/Owner Hugo Matheson and Peggy Markel
What: Four Course Family Style Dinner with Wine Pairings
When: Monday, February 9th at 7pm
Where: 1039 Pearl Street, Boulder, 80302
Cost: $95 all inclusive of food, wine, tax and gratuity
Details: To celebrate Peggy Markel’s “Simply Indian” feature in the February issue of Food & Wine, The Kitchen’s Hugo Matheson will team up with Peggy to cook the dishes that inspired the article. The Kitchen has long supported Peggy and her role in building community through her culinary immersion travel adventure programs. Come and meet the woman who first brought “Slow Food” to America and enjoy a night of inspired Indian cuisine. http://www.peggymarkel.com/Peggy_in_India.pdf
Reservations required: email [email protected] or call 303.544.5973