Sun, Jul 22|
School of Food
Molecular Gastronomy Cooking Class
Good science, good food. Join Mixolo solos at School of Food for a hands-on Molecular Gastronomy cooking techniques class.
Time & Location
Jul 22, 2018, 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM
School of Food, 1412 N Wolfe St, Baltimore, MD 21213, USA
About The Event
Apparently, it’s OK to play with your food. And whether you aced or scoffed at chemistry in school, you’ve been using it every time you apply a cooking technique to food.
Time to don your lab coat (apron) and make mad good food science as we explore molecular gastronomy in the kitchen at the School of Food. Their cooking equipment and tools are perfectly suited for culinary experiments with the tastiest results.
From spherification to gelification, foams to fizz and the flavor-enhancing sous vide cooking technique, boundary-busting chefs are making [macro]waves with molecular cuisine.
Whether you are on a first name basis with Michael or Jose’ or you have no idea who those chemist-chefs are, after this class, you’ll be able to incorporate impressive science-based culinary techniques into your own home-grown experiments.
You’ll learn the social and conceptual foundation of this very modern food tradition while experimenting with your own seriously yummy creations like edible charcoal, fizzy fruit and truffle ash
More about School of Food:
A Humanim culinary social enterprise, School of Food’s primary mission is to create opportunities for economically rising citizens. The School of Food is building a workforce in the hospitality industry by hiring those with barriers to entry for employment.
With its community cooking classes, led by professionally trained and acclaimed chefs, School of Food aims to increase your comfort in the kitchen with hands-on culinary instruction and learning to help you take your meal preparation to a new level.
At School of Food, where the word kitchen is used as a noun or verb, their mission is to increase your kitchen comfort. Come out, with or without a plus-one, and join other Mixolo solos for a “social good” time - with benefits.
What's included in my ticket price?
Your ticket grants you entry and full participation and use of the assigned ingredients, kitchen tools and equipment with supervision and instruction by a highly trained chef. Dishes may vary slightly in accordance with the availability of essential ingredients. All participation is voluntary, at your comfort level. Mixolo will enjoy a private event in the facility.
Sous Vide Chicken Breast
Sous Vide Egg
Nitro Ice Cream
Is this event restricted to Mixolo early adopter members and interested event hosts?
In order to attend this Mixolo-sponsored event, we ask that you register with Mixolo in mind as a social network that you will consider joining. We are a network of solo adults pursuing the things we love to do and sharing enriching experiences with other like-minded adults.
Tickets for this Mixolo experience are only available here and on mixolo.io. School of Food offers a number of exciting cooking classes and professional workshops on their website for the general public.
How do I become a member and attend this event with Mixolo?
Membership is free. Mixolo will soon debut a multi-platform app. We do not yet have a formal login and profile option on our current pre-app Web/Mobile site. When you register for this event, we will ask for basic identifying information that will automatically qualify you as an early adopter member and subscriber.
For more information about Mixolo, please visit mixolo.io
Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
The minimum age for this event is 18. Please be prepared to present ID when purchasing alcoholic beverages.
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
The Baltimore Food Hub is located in Broadway East, blocks from the Johns Hopkins campus and Eager Park. The community is home to Humanim at the American Brewery, the Mary Harvin Senior Center, and the Hoen Lithograph Building. The site is minutes from downtown, I-95, I-895, and I-83. It is also well-served by public transportation including Metro rail and multiple bus lines.
There are other addresses attributed to the Food Hub in GPS apps, however, the address we provided is most direct as the gate entrance to the Food Hub is on N. Wolfe Street.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
How will cancellations be handled?
Mixolo will be required to make advance payments for this type of event. Cancellations may be made for a full refund up to 7 days before the event.
Photos may be taken for promotional purposes for our web, social media and marketing materials. Mixolo is a real-life social network; we want to minimize the use of stock photos and reflect the true essence of our MIxolo community. Your registration and attendance will imply your willingness to participate and your release of all photos for use in marketing and promotions for Mixolo, Inc.
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