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On February 17th and 18th, graffEats, Turntable Kitchen, and FoxconSox Consulting will be presenting a dinner of covers. The six course meal, prepared by graffEats chef, Blair Washerman, will feature “covers” of signature dishes from some of today‚Äôs culinary luminaries. Select dishes will include Grant Archatz’s “Hot Potato, Cold Potato” and Daniel Humm’s Pave of Suckling Pig (full menu below). Turntable Kitchen’s Matthew Hickey will be providing Musical Pairings for each course (covers, of course! Think, Michel Bras’s Black Olive Oil Poached Monkfish paired with Françoise Hardy’s cover of Leonard Cohen’s “Suzanne”). The BYOB event will have two seatings each night (6:00pm & 9:00) for $65 a person. Seats will be very limited.


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Amuse: “New Style Sashimi”
Nobu’s Nobu Matsuhisa

1st Course: “Hot Potato, Cold Potato”
Cold Potato, Hot Potato Soup, Black Truffle, Parmesan
Alinea’s Grant Achatz

2nd Course: “Homage to Winter”
Ravioli of Beet, Nettles, Pumpkin, Ricotta, Sunchoke, Celeryroot
Quince’s Michael Tusk

3rd Course: “Light and Shadows”
Monkfish poached in Black Olive Oil with Mustard Greens
Bra’s Michel Bras

4th Course: Pave of Suckling Pig
Quince, Cippolini Onions, Baby Carrots
11 Madison Park’s Daniel Humm

Dessert: “Tengo”
Raspberry, Red Pepper, Parmesan Reggiano Cream, Sesame Pate Sucree
Pierre Herme


graffEats: graffEats is a of word of mouth, upscale dining event; hosting artists, artisan producers, wine and beer makers, live musicians and complete strangers under the common bond of delicious food coming straight. Ran by chef Blair Warsham, who has cooked for some the best chefs in the US and Europe, including 11 Madison Park’s Daniel Humm, their intention is to create little, fleeting, amazing moments and a bit of a culinary roller coaster.

Turntable Kitchen: Turntable Kitchen is the marriage of eating/sf and Musical Pairings, a food and music blog that was born in a foggy Inner Sunset, San Francisco apartment and is run by an inspired couple: Kasey and Matthew. They feature recipes with a focus on local, fresh ingredients, hand-selected “Musical Pairings,” album reviews and musings on their city livin’ and country hoppin’ adventures. Most importantly, they aim to introduce food lovers to music and vice versa.

FoxconSox Consulting: Jesse Fox lives a life where he: Work for a food marketing start-up, writes about popular culture, and maintains two hands (both a left AND a right) in working order at all times. Don't even get him started on sandwiches.