Chefs on a Global Stage Tasting Event at the Carriage House November 19

Last modified on November 13th, 2017 at 10:18 am

Chefs plating at a Gastronomic Union of Tucson (GUT) dinner at the Carriage House (Credit: Jackie Tran)

What
Chefs on a Global Stage
When
5 – 7 p.m. Sunday, November 19
Where
The Carriage House
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More Info
(520) 615-6100
carriagehousetucson.com

Want to meet four of Tucson’s top chefs in one place?

The Carriage House is offering a backstage experience with the Chefs on a Global Stage event from 5 – 7 p.m. on Sunday, November 19.

This year, chefs Janos Wilder, Travis Peters, Brian Smith, and Michael Montesano traveled to four countries to represent our city. Tucson became the first city in the U.S. to receive the UNESCO City of Gastronomy designation.

On their journey, they visited France, Italy, Brazil, and Spain and served dishes that depict the unique flavors of Tucson.

Now, it’s your chance to relive and taste their adventure around the world.

Tickets are $40 per person, which includes tastings of each dish and two drink tickets.

Chefs on a Global Stage Participants & Menu

Janos Wilder from DOWNTOWN Kitchen + Cocktails traveled to Paris, France
  • Roast Pork Shoulder Adobado – with chipotle Anasazi beans, achiote vinaigrette, and Guacamole
Travis Peters from The Parish traveled to Denia, Spain
  • Shrimp Tacos – Sonoran white wheat tortillas, tepary beans, with fermented chiltepin salsa
Brian Smith from Maynard’s Kitchen & Market traveled to Parma, Italy and Belem, Brazil
  • Pirarucu and Mussel Seafood Stew – tomato chiltepin broth, ga’ivsa farro and pirarucu arnacini, cholla bud, relish, and cilantro
Michael Montesano from Tohono Chul traveled to Parma, Italy
  • Crispy Pork Belly with Calamari – tepary Beans, squash broth, cholla buds, and dried corn vinaigrette

Thirsty? Cocktails, including the City of Gastronomy Cocktail competition winner – the Ahumado Fresca by the bartenders at The Parish – will be available to taste.

Money raised at the event will be used to help with travel expenses and bring chefs from other Cities of Gastronomy to Tucson to share their culinary histories and foods.

The Carriage House is located at 125. S. Arizona Ave. For more information, call (520) 615-6100 or visit carriagehousetucson.com to purchase tickets.

Matt Sterner is a journalist, novelist, loves films, and would like to think he's a filmmaker. When he's not eating awesome food, he likes to talk and write about it.