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Chilean Gastronomy with Rodolfo Guzmán

  • Museum of Food and Drink 62 Bayard Street Brooklyn, NY, 11222 United States (map)

Santiago meets New York at the first-ever New York Q&A with internationally acclaimed star chef Rodolfo Guzmán of Boragó.

In conversation with Nicholas Gill (James Beard nominated writer and photographer), Guzmán will introduce the exciting world of high-end Chilean gastronomy, sharing fascinating narratives about Chilean geography and ingredients, his personal creative processes, and the distinctive pleasures of Chilean culture and cuisine. Learn about the dynamic, wildly imaginative tasting menu at his acclaimed Santiago restaurant Boragó — among the World’s 50 Best Restaurants and #1 restaurant in Chile — where he uses only native ingredients, often reinventing his courses mid-service.

Copies of Guzmán’s new book, Boragó: Coming from the South (out November 6), will be available for purchase and signing following the talk. MOFAD's in-house chef is going to prepare small bites using recipes from Boragó and there will be Brooklyn Brewery beer and Wines of Chile wine available.

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About Rodolfo Guzmán

Rodolfo Guzmán is a native Chilean who has cooked in globally renowned restaurants, including Mugaritz. Since he opened Boragó in Santiago in 2006, he has become a major figure in the world of gastronomy.

About Boragó: Coming from the South
Internationally acclaimed star chef Rodolfo Guzmán of Boragó introduces the exciting world of high-end Chilean gastronomy. The book combines his fascinating narratives about Chilean geography and ingredients, his never-before-published notebook sketches of dishes and creative processes, and gorgeous landscape and food photographs that introduce readers to the distinctive pleasures of Chilean culture and cuisine. This is rounded off by Guzmán's selection of 100 savoury and sweet recipes exclusively chosen from the menu at Boragó.


Praise for Boragó
"Thanks to Rodolfo Guzmán, the new Chilean cuisine connects the missing dots and reboots - linking the submerged history, the battle of the present, and the future on the horizon." —Andrea Petrini, essayist, journalist, food curator, and the Road Manager of the culinary band GELINAZ!

"It isn't every day that a restaurant knocks your socks off, but Boragó managed it with ease." —Financial Times



About Nicholas Gill

James Beard and IACP nominated writer and photographer Nicholas Gill lives in Brooklyn, New York. He co-wrote the book Central with Peruvian chef Virgilio Martinez and is the co-founder of the website New Worlder. Additionally, he is a contributor to The New York Times, The Guardian, Fool, and many other publications. 

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About Wines of Chile

On April 20, 2007 the Wines of Chile Association was born with the objective of unifying the efforts of the previous trade unions, Viñas de Chile A.G. and ChileVid A.G. They are a non-profit union entity run privately that represents the viticultural producers of Chile. Their principal missions are: to strengthen the viticulture industry, to promote Chilean wine in a national and international environment, to encourage research and development in new technologies, to promote the development of workers in the industry, and to be a meeting point for members.


Pete's Candy Store Drink Special

Pete's Candy Store is one of MOFAD's wonderful neighborhood partners and they're creating a special cocktail in honor of this event. MOFAD attendees can purchase the MOFAD TERREMOTO (a spin on the classic Chilean pineapple drink) for the special price of $8. All other drinks are $1 off all night! Simply show the bartender your MOFAD sticker (given to you upon entry to the event).
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*Ticket Refund Policy: Full refund with 48 hours notice, 50% refund with 24 hours notice, and no refund with less than 24 hours notice.

Later Event: October 13
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