Join us for an evening in the kitchen with award winning chef, restaurateur and cookbook author, Ana Sortun!
Part cooking demonstration and part book signing, this intimate event is the perfect opportunity to get to know one of Boston’s best chefs through her stories of travel and exploration of Middle Eastern flavor. Watch as recipes from Soframiz come to life right before you and discover how Chef Sortun creates sofra - a warm gesture of personalized hospitality - at home during this season of entertaining family and friends.
Kohlrabi Pancake with Bacon and Halloumi // Cheese Borek with Nigella // Lamb and Grape Leaf Tart with Syrian Style Lentils // Sesame Cashew Bites // Almond Rose Cake
Tickets are $125 for professional instruction, a delicious 3-course meal with wine or beer pairings, a signed copy of Soframiz, and a gift card to Ana’s Sofra Bakery & Café. Space is limited, RSVP today!
More about Chef Sortun:
Ana Sortun graduated from La Varenne Ecole de Cuisine de Paris and opened her restaurant, Oleana, in 2001, immediately drawing rave reviews from the New York Times. She was named Best Chef in the Northeast by the James Beard Foundation in 2005, and went on to open Sofra Bakery and Café. She also co-owns Sarma in Somerville and is the author of two cookbooks—Spice: Flavors of the Eastern Mediterranean and Soframiz: Vibrant Middle Eastern Recipes from Sofra Bakery (with Maura Kilpatrick). Ana is known for bringing Middle Eastern flavors into the mainstream through her passion of Turkish cooking, spices and her husband’s (Chris Kurth of Siena Farms) fresh, organic vegetables. A 2015, 2016, and 2017 James beard “Outstanding Chef” semi finalist, among her many accomplishments, solidifies her as a leading chef.