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  1. My non-profit has now had Cedar Knoll cater multiple events for us (two events for two years) one is a breakfast, and one was an evening event needing appetizers. I am not sure how widely they do catering, we are in Alexandria, so it may make it easier. But I know they have nice event space, too. We have thought they have had really tasty items- for the breakfast they had delicious homemade english muffin breakfast sandwiches, which were perfect as it needed to be a little grab and go. Delicious ham biscuits (we really like those). And an assortment of other breakfast items. We have had an assortment of appetizers over the last two years for an event- sweet potato ham biscuit (well they were such a big hit the first time), pork and ginger wontons, chicken fricasse puff, wrapped asparagus, cheese platter, cured salmon on pumpernickel bites, lamb sausage, olive and pepper jelly on cracker, etc, etc. I have to say everyone has really liked the food both years for both events. I thought the food was very good, not too stuffy, something most people would like and try. They have been really nice to work with, the chef has come to oversee set up for the events and make sure everything was correct, and is just super nice. So anyway, as they have their restaurant, I am not sure how widely they do catering, but based on how good this was, I would definitely consider them for holding an event at Cedar Knoll, as well.
  2. Charm City Night Market mark your calendars for this inaugural event in Charm City. I like to deem this event a party with purpose. I have a hunch with the popularity of #crazyrichasians this will be a great opportunity to engage with a community that I have close ties too. Soju, sake, beer, tasty food, music, and so much more...
  3. Good Morning everyone, For the past few years, many of you have asked me when I was going to demonstrate a class. Well I am happy to announce my latest project. The Stratford University School of Culinary Arts have asked me to teach a monthly based cooking class at their school. And after a phone conversation with the dean of the university, I am happy to announce that I will be holding my first cooking class on Valentines Day. Please sign up to learn how to cook a 5 course dinner menu featured with wine tasting and followed by music and social hour at the University's banquet room. I only have 14 spots left. So, sign up now by either sending me an email directly at chefsebastian@amoosgrill.com or by texting me at 202-999-5259 Thank you all and see you in class ;-) Chef Seb
  4. With apologies if this topic already exists but couldn't find it with a search using highly complex and proprietary methods Great shop owned by a wonderful European couple which has been open almost two years. Just a few storefronts north of La Tomate, the store has a wonderful and thoughtfully-chosen selection of a wide range of products from Greece, Italy and around the Med. Vinegars, cheeses, pastas, coffee, some refrigerated lunch or dinner items and some really wonderful honeys including one (Stayia) from a small Greek producer only available here and at Bread Furst, who get it from these guys. Really worth checking out next time you're in the Dupont area or need something specific of Greek provenance. Niko and Oana are both really knowledgable and hospitable. Sort of a mediterranean-focused concept like the new Indian Pansaari on 17th but in a smaller space. Online here.
  5. I thought I'd throw this out there after reviewing some year end activity. This past year the Professional Bartending School provided bartenders for over 130 parties, events, weddings, corporate events, holiday parties, etc. We don't aggressively advertise or market this service. The school doesn't charge for the service. We will connect you with our graduates and you pay them direct. We are currently in contact with over 1,000 graduates ranging from people with over 10 years experience to new grads. We have suggested hourly rates. Many of our grads already work for caterers, so you get the same personnel who might cater your event without the overhead charges. Hosts have hired our grads for bartending, serving, barbacking etc. We have staffed events with one to 12 bartenders in the past year. This year we additionally staffed up many caterers for the holiday season, with some having started their hiring as early as last summer. In past years we often last minute or over a rush two weeks would staff holiday parties and busy December weekends full of parties with up to 100 grads per weekend. While party season is dying down with New Years this is a year round opportunity as we always have available graduates for any events. You can contact us at http://bartending-school.com or see pictures of grads at our facebook page http://facebook.com/ProfessionalBartendingSchoolDC, Phone number is 703 841 9700 and the contact email for our placement director is PBSPlacement@gmail.com
  6. Over the past 2 decades Goa has become one of the biggest tourist destination spots in the world. Their cuisine is combination of very modernized Indian dishes with a western twist. I will be serving some of the Indian style charred meats and fish, cooked with the best Indian and Persian ingredients. For the past year i have been wanting to do something with indian cuisine and im glad im in a position do do so. Join us now. Book your tables as all of our events are reservations ONLY!!
  7. Food Photography Class (to benefit Arcadia Food, Inc) That Instagram of your delicious dinner somehow always look like a dog's breakfast? Join professional food photographer Molly M. Peterson for a late lunch and photo session at a D.C. restaurant where she'll guide you through the right way to photograph food -- so it looks as good as it tastes. (And then dig in!) She'll share quick styling secrets, general photography advice, and will review your shots on site to give you immediate feedback -- and Arcadia will feature yourphotos online! Ticket price covers the food and props. Bring your DSLR, Lenses, and iPhone, too. Date: Sunday, March 23, 2014Time: 1:00 PM Location: Washington, DC; Details provided upon registration. Price: $60 Tickets Available at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/food-photography-tickets-9865040602
  8. Join master butcher Nathan Anda at the soon-to-open D Street location of Red Apron for a personal hands-on demo in breaking down a whole pig. Red Apron is the nation's first and only butcher to offer 100 percent Animal Welfare Approved pork -- from which Nate makes more than 100 varieties of charcuterie. Nathan will discuss the importance of sustainable practices, touch on the traditions and trade secrets of old world butchers, and lead a guided tour through the anatomy of the pig and all the delicious possibilities. Attendees will also be treated to a tasting of Red Apron charcuterie and a craft beer. The class will also include a question and answer period with Nathan. And: come prepared to bid on the pork chops, ham, shoulder and secret butcher's cuts carved to take home and enjoy! Sales benefit Arcadia (and your freezer, and your dinner!) Your ticket price includes food and beer, and an afternoon with one of the leaders in American butchery. Date: Sunday, February 23, 2014 Time: 3:00 PM Location: Red Apron, D St NW, Washington DC Price: $75 Tickets Available here http://www.eventbrite.com/e/whole-pig-butchery-tickets-7708154297
  9. Good Evening Everyone, Just wanted to let everyone know that my next event will be held on October 18, 2013 Please Follow the link below to RSVP Thank you and see you at my table. https://www.facebook.com/events/1421069878113869/
  10. Please Join us this Friday night. Please reserve your tables now. Follow the link below for more info, https://www.facebook.com/events/463181637122816/
  11. The weather has been so beautiful lately that when i was offered an opportunity to cook outdoors, i did not hesitate to agree. This event is designed for singles to meet and mingle while enjoying some of Amoo's signature specialties. All you have to do is become a member of the group and RSVP to the link provided. This event is free and all you have to do is be single and welling to socialize. See you at the grill!!! Music will also be provided by DJ Boris Gluck of Washington DC!!! Please follow the link bellow... https://www.facebook.com/events/286675968136827/
  12. I would like to post an open invitation to this week's cupping at ME Swing's Roastery on Monroe Ave. I plan to attend this Friday, 21 June at 10am. Swing's does a cupping every Friday morning. I would be happy to meet other members there. For those unfamiliar with "cupping," essentially several different coffees (3-6?) are prepared in bowl-shaped cups and tasters slurp the coffees with a spoon to aerate the coffee and disperse it over the tongue. I talked with Mark about hosting a special cupping for Rockwellians, but I think it best to start small. Who would like to join me?
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