Making Sense of Clean Eating
Sep
10
3:00 pm15:00

Making Sense of Clean Eating

  • S.Pellegrino Stage at the Wythe Screening Room

Nutrition, wellness, seasonality and “clean eating” dominate today’s cooking ethos. Chefs and experts sound of on bringing this mentality both to the home and to notable restaurants.  

So You Want To Be a Food Writer?
Sep
10
2:00 pm14:00

So You Want To Be a Food Writer?

  • S.Pellegrino Stage at the Wythe Screening Room

Join Sarah Zorn (Brooklyn Magazine and author of Brooklyn Chef's Table), alongside Francis Lam (Clarkson Potter, NYT Magazine), Kat Kinsman (Extra Crispy) and Maile Carpenter (Founding Editor in Chief, Food Network Magazine) for a roundtable on the current state of food writing.

Rare and Heritage Ingredients Demo with Patti Jackson
Sep
10
1:30 pm13:30

Rare and Heritage Ingredients Demo with Patti Jackson

  • KITCHENAID® STAGE AT KINFOLK 94

Patti Jackson is a chef with over 30 years experience, currently at the helm of Delaware and Hudson in Williamsburg. During this demo, Patti will discuss and demonstrate her take on rare and heritage ingredients, and show how she brings them together into traditional Americana cuisine.

When All Else Fails, Hustle. A Food Makers Guide to Survival.
Sep
10
1:00 pm13:00

When All Else Fails, Hustle. A Food Makers Guide to Survival.

  • Douglas Elliman Stage at Kinfolk 90

Liza De Guia (Founder/Chief Storyteller, Food. Curated. and host, BravoTV's #OfftheMenu), talks with four food company founders —Anita Shepherd (Anita's Yogurt), Fany Gerson (DOUGH Doughnuts), Michael Kurtz (Mike's Hot Honey) and Renae Holland (Bon Chovie Brooklyn)— about how they survive and the tips they can give from lessons learned.

Enrique Olvera Talks Chiles
Sep
10
11:30 am11:30

Enrique Olvera Talks Chiles

  • KitchenAid® Stage at Kinfolk 94

Enrique Olvera, one of the most innovative chefs cooking today will share his thoughts on the complexities of cooking with chiles and share a taste of his legendary mole.

The Sporkful Live: Who Is This Restaurant For?
Sep
10
11:30 am11:30

The Sporkful Live: Who Is This Restaurant For?

  • S.Pellegrino Stage at the Wythe Screening Room

At this live podcast taping, host Dan Pashman of WNYC's The Sporkful will speak with Dirt Candy's Amanda Cohen and Insa's Sohui Kim about the sometimes subtle ways a restaurant attracts certain diners. It's part of The Sporkful's ongoing series on race, culture and food, "Other People's Food."

The Evolution of the Dining Room
Sep
10
10:00 am10:00

The Evolution of the Dining Room

  • Douglas Elliman Stage at Kinfolk 90

The front of the house is changing rapidly, from seating arrangements in the dining room to a boom of bar areas and communal tables. We’ll discuss the implications of design on service styles and the guest experience.