Culinary Discovery Series
Private dinners, prepared by Campus Dining Services chefs, in a 660-square-foot kitchen.
Next Event: Companion Baking with Guest Chef Josh Galliano
Food & Wine magazine’s “People’s Best New Chef, Midwest” in 2012
Date: Thursday, April 12
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Host: Guest Chef Josh Galliano
Location: Culinary Development Kitchen (located inside Sabai)
Cost: $28 (4 meal – dining plan and reservation required)
- Pasta di Fermentata – roasted mushrooms, duck egg, ramen broth
- Asparagus ‘Risotto’ – rice flour suga, crumbled salami, spinach
- Ash Roasted Carrots – pan roasted Mahi Mahi, ajvar, pea sprouts
- Gooey Butter Cake – rhubarb, tarragon
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About the Kitchen and Events
The Culinary Development Kitchen opened in August of 2014, and is a 660-square-foot kitchen located inside Sabai. The kitchen is used for recipe development, staff training and a number of special events. Equipment in the kitchen includes a char broiler, refrigeration, two induction burners, a gas range and two convection ovens in a custom island suite, and a ten-foot table for guests. The kitchen is also home to the Culinary Discovery Series. These events, which happen multiple times throughout the semester, are both educational and entertaining. A Campus Dining Services chef will determine a four- to five-course menu, which is served to guests who have made a reservation.
Previous Culinary Discovery Series Events
Click below to see what Culinary Discovery Series events have been like in the past.