The Cambridge School of Culinary Arts is Popping Up with Whisk Boston
[September 5, 2012] Culinary students at The CSCA are teaming up with Whisk Chefs Philip Kruta and Jeremy Kean to offer diners a behind-the-scenes look at how the fine-dining experience is crafted. In the first-of-its-kind pop-up diner at the School, students and chefs work together to create a 5-course tasting menu for diners on Saturday evening, October 6th. The doors open at 6:30pm and the dinner begins at 7:30pm. The cost is $55.00. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to The CSCA's Alumni Association Scholarship Fund.
Whisk, based in Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts, is a pop-up restaurant company founded in 2010 by Chefs Kruta and Kean.
The Whisk chefs will work with CSCA students to create the 5-course tasting menu, offering the students hands-on insight to the workings of the kitchen of a fine-dining establishment, and offering guests the opportunity to dine in an open-kitchen concept and interact with the chefs and student chefs throughout the course of the evening.
Diners will have the option of choosing to pair their meal with wine or beer, curated by a sommelier.
Chefs Kruta and Kean will staff the kitchen with two CSCA student sous chefs, chosen from a school-wide cooking competition, and various student assistants fulfilling positions in prep, on the line, and plating. Students will gain valuable working experience during the event.
On October 3, 2012, the Boston Herald published this article: Pop Up Restaurant to Appear at Cambridge School.
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