Roasted vegetables show the colors of fall flavor.

Five Ways to Taste Fall Flavors with ICE

NYC's Biggest Food Festival, New Classes, a Can't-Miss Brunch and More

Celebrate pumpkins, squash and even harvest macarons at ICE's most exciting October happenings. The New York City Wine and Food Festival is throwing five of its coveted annual events at our Lower Manhattan campus; you can be the first to take new recreational classes with seasonal themes; and Director of Sustainability Bill Telepan is hosting another Zero Waste brunch at Oceana.

Meet the Culinary Entrepreneurs

Indian food expert Maya Kaimal founded an eponymous food and product line in 2003 and has written two cookbooks, and a variety of articles and recipes. The Julia Child Award-winning author and experienced teacher has built a brand out of cuisine expertise and capitalized on a niche market. She'll share her success selling sauces, grains and chips online and at nationwide retailers via Maya Kaimal Fine Indian Foods on Oct. 4.

Register here for Meet the Culinary Entrepreneurs lectures, including Missy Robbins in November.

    New York City Wine and Food Festival

    The city's biggest annual celebration of food and celebrity chefs will host five hands-on cooking classes at ICE, Oct. 13-14. Get tickets early to make some of your favorite comfort foods with your favorite chefs at nycwff.org.

    • Cake Decorating Master Class with Flour Shop’s Amirah Kassem
    • Cocktail Making Master Class with Death & Co.’s Alex Day
    • Dumpling Making Master Class with Mimi Cheng’s Hannah and Marian Cheng
    • Lasagna Making Master Class with Don Angie's Angie Rito and Scott Tacinelli
    • Pizza Making Master Class with Marc Vetri of Vetri, Osteria and Pizzeria Vetri

    Make your own pasta in a cooking class at the Institute of Culinary Education's New York campus.
    Make your own pasta in a cooking class at the Institute of Culinary Education's New York campus.

    ICE Sustainability's Zero Waste Brunch

    Save the date! Director of Sustainability Bill Telepan will host an intimate brunch at his Midtown restaurant, Oceana, on Oct. 27 at 1 p.m. The meal will utilize leftover and often overlooked foods to teach students and educate guests about minimizing waste while cooking. Reserve your seat on Eventbrite.

    ICE Director of Sustainability Bill Telepan hosts a Zero Waste cooking event at Oceana.
    ICE Director of Sustainability Bill Telepan hosts a Zero Waste cooking event at Oceana.

    Fall Recreational Classes

    ICE's recreational division hosts more than 2,000 classes that are open to the public a year. In addition to repeat favorites, such as knife skills and cooking essentials, this season brings events celebrating the best fall ingredients and destinations, including:

    • All About Pumpkins, Oct. 12
    • Fresh and Fast Vegan Suppers for Fall, Oct. 25
    • Autumn in Provence, Oct. 26
    • Italian Harvest Dinner, Oct. 29

    Knife Skills is one of the most popular recreational classes at ICE.
    Knife Skills is one of the most popular recreational classes at ICE.

    Sweet Dessert Celebrations

    Creative Director Michael Laiskonis will showcase his latest developments from the pastry lab on Oct. 9, followed by a few new classes for developing your dessert repertoire with ICE's pro chef-instructors:

    • One Sweet Dough, Many Desserts, Oct. 10
    • Chocolate Indulgence, Oct. 13
    • Surprise Inside Cakes, Oct. 17
    • Harvest Macarons, Oct. 19

    Register for recreational classes here and see more upcoming events at the Institute of Culinary Education's New York campus. 

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