Cook the Book! – Seafood Simple by Eric Ripert
Seafood Simple is the definitive seafood guide by Eric Ripert, chef of the 3-starred Michelin restaurant, Le Bernardin, in New York City. His book features step-by-step techniques alongside 85 accessible
Seafood Simple is the definitive seafood guide by Eric Ripert, chef of the 3-starred Michelin restaurant, Le Bernardin, in New York City. His book features step-by-step techniques alongside 85 accessible recipes that demystify seafood cooking. Tonight, Chef Ran Ai will show you three recipes from the book that will leave home cooks of all skill levels confident in their ability to create delectable fish dishes.
Guests will take home a copy of Seafood Simple by Eric Ripert ($45 value).
- Tuna Tartare
- Calamari “Tagliatelle”
- Red Snapper with Coconut-Tomato Sauce and Caribbean Fried Rice
*Please read the menu carefully to ensure items meet your dietary restrictions.
*Note we are not an allergen-free facility; while we attempt to accommodate allergies, attendees are responsible to take their own necessary medical precautions (e.g. bring an EpiPen).
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(Thursday) 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM EST
115 King St, London, ON N6A 1C3
A graduate of Western University and Stratford Chefs School, Ran moved to Canada in 2002 from Beijing, China.
Rooted in Chinese cuisine but trained in Classic French, Ran has worked in numerous restaurants with many types of international cuisines including French, Italian, and Japanese.