Dirt Candy is an award-winning and groundbreaking vegetable restaurant on New York City's Lower East Side, led by chef and owner Amanda Cohen. The restaurant's original location only had 18 seats and was open for six years, during which it became the first vegetarian restaurant in 17 years to receive two stars from The New York Times, was recognized by the Michelin Guide five years in a row, and won awards from Gourmet, The Village Voice, and many others. Amanda was the first vegetarian chef to compete on "Iron Chef America," and her comic-book cookbook, Dirt Candy: A Cookbook, is the first graphic-novel cookbook to be published in North America (it's currently in its fourth printing). She is also a Canadian. Your on-location trip features a Q&A with Amanda Cohen and a three-course lunch with a glass of wine. This class meets at 12pm at Dirt Candy, 86 Allen St., on the Lower East Side.
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