The initiative is part of the graduation project from a group of students of the kitchen assistant course
What is the best way to test your knowledge in the kitchen? Cooking, of course. For this reason, the training course for kitchen assistants at Gastronomia Periférica, a social business that offers free cooking classes to students from the outskirts of São Paulo (Max Jaques, the researcher chef at Instituto Brasil a Gosto has been a teacher in this course), decided to transform the graduation project of the first semester of this year in a real life experience: opening a pop-up restaurant during this weekend.
On Saturday and Sunday (29th and 30th June), the project will open a restaurant in its Base Cozinha Compartilhada space to serve some very Brazilian meals: for the first lunch, feijoada, in the evening a six-course tasting menu, taken from the book “Por que Criei a Gastronomia Periférica”, written by the chef Edson Leite, and on Sunday, oxtail with watercress and a dessert.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]Check the menu for Saturday evening:
Bean broth with bacon farofa
Manioc broth with crispy onion
Arugula and mushroom salad
Ham with taioba
Ricotta cheese and passionfruit pie
The cooks have been culinary students of Gastronomia Periférica for six months. After this stage, they start to dedicate themselves to the cook training course, opening up opportunity in the job market.
Lunch will cost R$ 50 and dinner will cost R$ 150 per person. To participate, just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org reserving your place!
Base Cozinha Compartilhada
Rua Dr. Ferreira Lopes, 584, Santo Amaro, São Paulo, SP.