Our meeting location has gone into voluntary lock down to avoid any issues.
This meeting is cancelled for March 13, and hopefully will be revisited sometime in the future.
John Ota was a man on a mission–to put together the perfect kitchen. He and his wife had been making do with a room that was frankly no great advertisement for John’s architectural expertise. It just about did the job.
Our speaker, Raghavan Iyer, is the author of “Smashed, Mashed, Boiled, and Baked–and Fried, Too!: A Celebration of Potatoes in 75 Irresistible Recipes.” And he’s going to have one heck of a spudworthy program for us. Here’s his tater-tot preview:
Presented by Master Chef Michael Lachowicz Owner, George Trois, Aboyer, Silencieux, in Winnetka
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