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The Masters of Social Gastronomy Present: Strange Meat at the Institute of Culinary Education

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From the organizers:

Join us for a special evening of talks at the Institute of Culinary Education looking at a mysteriously off-the-menu topic: STRANGE MEAT!

Soma will be taking on unusual meat preparations, from how to turn beef jerky into cotton candy to what to do with a pig’s head (or a cow’s head, if you have a driver’s license). He’ll also be getting to the root of the oft-misquoted line, “a bird in the hand is worth two sharks in the ground.”

Sarah, ever the outdoorsman, will recount her adventures eating beaver, bear, and mouse “mouffle,” along with the historic precedent for each.

In addition, ICE instructor Emily Peterson will lead a cooking demonstration!


Ticket includes a drink + a snack. 21+ only! This talk takes place at the Institute of Culinary Education, located at 225 Liberty Street in Manhattan. You must enter a first and last name on the next page in order to receive admission to the event.

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Institute of Culinary Education
225 Liberty St, 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10281 United States
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