Consider yourself a deseo die-hard? Well, Chef Douglas Rodriguez–the man who is considered the inventor of Nuevo Latin cuisine and the deseo concept–is cooking for 12 lucky deseo diners on Thursday, Dec. 9, at 6 p.m. Rodriguez, James Beard Award-Winning chef, cook book author and “Top Chef Masters” participant who is the owner of some of the hottest restaurants in New York City, Miami and Philadelphia, will be at the Scottsdale restaurant, located at Westin Kierland Resort & Spa, to dazzle guests with this signature cooking style.
Here’s what the 12 lucky fans have to look forward to:
Muddle Class: learn to make custom muddle drinks
Ceviche Tasting: watch Chef Rodriguez created his signature ceviche dishes
Cooking Demonstration: instructed entree and dessert courses
Meet and Greet (book signing available–a limited number of cook books will be available for purchase at the event) with Chef Rodriguez
The dinner is $120 per person. To RSVP for this exclusive epicurean experience, call 480.624.1202. http://www.kierlandresort.com/.
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