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HOTPANnyc's Pop-Up Tasting w/ Chef KPE ft. Maps Glover

Join us for an intimate tasting of International Modernist Cuisine by Chef KPE, featuring the work of visual artist Maps Glover. Proceeds from the event will go towards benefiting the International Rescue Committee - [www.rescue.org].

On July 27, Chef KPE will cook an exclusive four-course “Willy Wonka” inspired tasting menu at Nowhere Studios in Brooklyn, NY.

MENU:

ARTIFICIAL FLAVOR
BUBBLE GUM GRAPE SODA CHICKEN. CHORIZO CARAMEL. ORANGE JALAPENOS. ASIAN PEAR + DORIAN FRUIT.

LUNCH BOX
STRAWBERRY HANGER STEAK. FERMENTED PEPPERS. EDAMAME. FRESH PASTA.  PEANUT PEPPER SAUCE. 

CEPHALOPOD
SQUID. RADISH CRISP. TOMATO DASHI. INK FOAM.  GARLIC SCAPES. MISO LEMONHEAD  CARROTS.

TWOSOME
CROTTIN GOAT W/ TOASTED FENNEL SEEDS. SOAKED GRAPEFRUIT.  5 SPICE BAGEL. BLACK WALNUT. BLUE RASPBERRY LIQUORICE PEACH + FENNEL COMPOTE. 

Chef KPE
Chef KPE is nationally recognized as a driving force in the Modernist Food Movement. Popular for such eccentric dishes as his Blueberry 8 DAY Fried Pork and Bubble Gum Grape Soda Chicken Hearts, he rethinks conceptions of flavor, comfort and cuisine.  Mastering international conceptions of flavors has led him to build a clientele of foodies, celebrities, food historians and politicians — including President Barack Obama.

Maps Glover
Maps Glover hails from the small town Laplata, Maryland. Growing up there, feelings of isolation led him to drawing as a way to grapple with his thoughts and emotions. He describes himself as a storyteller, and through his work shows “how unified we can be in our search for harmony.” 

The International Rescue Committee
The International Rescue Committee responds to the world’s worst humanitarian crises and helps people to survive and rebuild their lives. Founded in 1933 at the request of Albert Einstein, the IRC offers lifesaving care and life-changing assistance to refugees forced to flee from war or disaster.

At work today in over 40 countries and in 22 U.S. cities, the IRC restores safety, dignity and hope to millions who are uprooted and struggling to endure. The IRC leads the way from harm to home.