Elite Chef Series: Paul Liebrandt
ICE invites masters of technique and cuisine from Michelin-starred and highly acclaimed restaurants to demonstrate select dishes on campus each month. The Elite Chef series features some of the industry’s most talented chefs, who share the stories behind their approaches and styles in an intimate setting conducive to career-inspiring conversations. On Nov. 13, Chef Paul Liebrandt will demonstrate a dish that combines classic techniques with his avant garde, contemporary and graphic-visual style.
Tuition - $60
225 Liberty Street
New York, NY 10281
Chef Paul Liebrandt is best known for his position as executive chef at Corton in Tribeca for the last decade. There, he earned two Michelin stars and a three-star review from The New York Times, which called him "a high priest of hospitality." Chef Paul’s experience extends to The Elm, Atlas, Bouley Bakery, Papillion and Gilt in New York City, preceded by work under Pierre Gagnaire, Jean-Georges Vongerichten, Raymond Blanc and Marco Pierre White in London and Paris. Chef Paul has earned accolades from Food & Wine and Esquire and was featured in an Emmy-nominated and James Beard Award-winning HBO documentary, "A Matter of Taste: Serving Up Paul Liebrandt," in 2011. He published "To the Bone" in 2013 and launched Crumpet Consulting this year. He’ll demonstrate a dish that combines classic techniques with his avant garde, contemporary and graphic-visual style.