FRAUNCES TAVERN: Learn To Make Their Slow-Roasted Chicken Pot Pie + Chocolate Sticky Toffee Pudding | Downtown Alliance

FRAUNCES TAVERN: Learn To Make Their Slow-Roasted Chicken Pot Pie + Chocolate Sticky Toffee Pudding

Feb 25, 2021
4:00 PM
Dine Around Downtown
FREE

 

Support local restaurants and their chosen food-security charities from the comfort of your home through "Dine Around Downtown: Cooking At Home" Edition."  

 

Hosted by James Beard Award-winning chef and author Rocco DiSpirito, this web series features chefs from Lower Manhattan restaurants to cook up signature recipes and share tips for crafting everything from complex gastronomic delights to staple comfort foods.

Join Rocco as he chats with Executive Chef Jesus Guzman of Fraunces Tavern. Chef Jesus will show participants how to make their signature Slow-Roasted Chicken Pot Pie and Chocolate Sticky Toffee Pudding. Registration is required and limited. All registrants will receive digital copies of the recipes prior to the event. 

 
This event is FREE and we encourage you to support City Harvest, a food-security charity chosen by Fraunces Tavern. And if your inner chef is calling you, whip up your best version of a featured recipe and post a picture of your plate via Instagram with #DineAroundAtHome and tag @DowntownNYC to enter to WIN a 30-minute private virtual cooking class with the guest chefs. Be sure to tag @frauncestavern too! 
 

 

MEET THE CHEF:

Executive Chef Jesus Guzman - Jesus Guzman came to NYC and started cooking in the early '90s. He started out in a well-known restaurant group, The Royal Canadian Pancake House. From there he fell in love with the art and wanted to expand his skill set into fine dining. Around the early 2000s, he left The Royal Canadian and pursued a career and additional training at a very busy, classic French restaurant, Cascogne. After learning the art of French cooking, he was offered a sous chef position at O'Neills Bar + Restaurant on Third Avenue. After a successful 14-year career with O'Neills, he was offered an executive chef position with Fraunces Tavern Restaurant, and the LoveLace Gin + Cocktail Bar. With over 600 combined seats, seven bars in total and 10 event spaces between the two locations, we believe there is nothing Jesus cannot execute with excellence.  

  

 

 

ABOUT THE RESTAURANT: 

Fraunces Tavern (54 Pearl Street) is a landmarked building that once served as a watering hole for many of the Founding Fathers. This building is most famous as the site where, on December 4, 1783, George Washington gathered a group of his officers, nine days after the last of the British troops left American soil, to thank them for their service and bide them an emotional farewell before returning home. The only first-hand account of the farewell comes from The Memoirs of Colonel Benjamin Tallmadge, which Fraunces Tavern Museum has on display. Fraunces Tavern Museum is the only museum in New York City that allows visitors to discovery the American Revolutionary past in NYC's oldest standing structure.     

 
 
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