Chez Panisse Dinner for Domaine Tempier with Chef Joe Cizynski

Admission

  • $70.00  -  Non-Member
  • $65.00  -  Member

Summary

Tuesday, November 17
from 6-8pm

Description

Renowned for the brilliant innovations of its ever-changing menu, Chez Panisse had also come to represent a culinary philosophy inspired by nature.

Tonight, the chef will duplicate the menu from January 22, 1987, for the Peyraud family that owns Domaine Tempier. The menu will feature amuse-bouche (mussels on the half shell and warmed creamed salt cod on garlic toast), fish and bread soup, grilled veal chop with wild mushroom au gratin, and puff pastry pear tart with chestnut honey ice cream.

Bring your own beverage … and your appetite! 

This class meets in the Great Hall in the main building. Registration closes at 9pm on Sunday, November 15.

MATERIALS
Chef Joe's suggested pairings (not mandatory)..any wines from Domaine Tempier or any wine from Provence.

WE ARE COMMITTED TO MAKING YOUR CLASS SAFE
The safety of our students, teachers, patrons, volunteers, and staff is our highest priority. A number of adjustments have been put in place to keep everyone safe for in-person classes at the Cultural Center. We are disinfecting public spaces frequently and have installed hand sanitizer stations throughout the building. To ensure the safety of those around you, please wear a mask, practice social distancing, and in other ways follow CDC guidelines while at the Cultural Center. Thank you!

 

CHEF JOSEPH CIZYNKSKI
Born in New York, Joseph Cizynski almost immediately started gaining kitchen experience thanks to his mother and Aunt Dorothy who shared their passion and knowledge of food with him. Joseph attended Fairfield University where he played baseball and for two summers played in the Cape League, thus beginning his love for Cape Cod. Upon graduation from college, and a ball related injury, Joseph took to the Culinary Institute of America where at the age of 26, became Chef/Owner of Café du Bec Fin located in Old Greenwich, CT. Joseph immediately transformed it into a French Seafood restaurant and received three-3 Star reviews from the New York Times and was the first Connecticut restaurateur to receive the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence for ten consecutive years. Café du Bec Fin was the venue for numerous wine tasting dinners including the members of the Mondavi, Krug and Dujac families. Several years ago, Joseph, opened a boutique wine shop located in Westchester County and has shared his knowledge of wine and food pairings hosting numerous wine tastings, dinners and various other events. Joseph and his wife, Betsy, bought a home in Chatham ten years ago and are now making plans to live there year-round. He looks forward to sharing his experiences, food and wines with you!

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