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Complete with an entree and an assortment of complementary sides, a bento meal turns eating into a fun culinary adventure.Agus “Howie” Lukito of Manayunk’s Yanako will demonstrate how to turn up the heat on familiar (and of course, delicious) ingredients, creating a presentation certain to wow your guests while you’re at it.Pasta Making By Hand with Michael Vincent Ferrari of Res Ipsa Soon to open on the 2200 block of Walnut Street is Res Ipsa, a collaboration between Tyler and Nicole Akin of Stock and Mark Capriotti and Mark Corpus of Re Animator Coffee.Taking its name from the Latin phrase (“the thing speaks for itself”), Res Ipsa will operate as a cafe during the day and in the evening will change over to a full-service restaurant – that also happens to serve excellent coffee!Held every other month, this is a fast-paced and unpredictable competition between two chefs whose names may not yet be well known throughout the Philly dining scene.In January, watch as Shadee Simmons of Broad Table Tavern battles Kevin Watters of The Dutch. Friday, January 6, 7pm COOKbook Author Series: “Indian Cooking: Popular Restaurant Dishes” with Rupen Rao This January, Washington D. resident and Mumbai native, Rupen Rao, returns to COOK for an evening of flavor-packed Indian specialties.
Kevin Watters of The Dutch Two will enter, but only one will win — so burns the unforgiving flame of the Open Stove!
COOK celebrates the craft of cooking, drinking and gathering at the table.
Programming ranges from intimate, demonstration-style dinners led by A-list chefs and restaurateurs to knife and butchering skills, a cookbook author series, mixology classes, an “Open Stove” competition night, kids classes, pastry and much more. Tuesday, January 3, 7pm Cinder-Ale-A: Beer Dinner with Chef Jonathan Petruce and Garrett Williams of Cinder No ifs, ands, or buts about it – Philly is a beer town.
So when you open a beer-focused bar and restaurant, you’re wise to bring something new to the table.
Cinder, located at 15th and Locust Streets, did just that.