Stagiaire Supper Four is Hot & Hot: Tickets Now Live for Our Next Genuine Family Meal

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Brad’s kitchen putting out our second dinner late last year featuring line cook Milton Vega.

It’s that time again! Executive chef Bradley Herron is opening his home to all of us for a genuine family meal.

As you may know, after hosting Marcus Samuelsson at MGFD for his Miami memoir release party in July 2012, Bradley came up with a great idea inspired by a dinner Samuelsson writes about, hosted at his own home to raise money to send one of his line cooks away to stage for a few days with a great chef from his past, from whom he, as a young cook, learned a great deal. Thanks to Michael’s amazing relationships, we are able to do the same, and Bradley cooked up an offer to make it happen. Get 30 people to each spend $50 on a family style dinner in his own home, cooked by a Stagiaire hopeful with lots of help and donations from the genuine family to put it on.

After a successful first three dinners, and cooks sent to Greenhouse Tavern (Steve Martin,) SBRAGA (Milton Vega,) and Barbuto (Ray Melendi,) it is line cook Juan Mayo’s turn! And he’s going to stage with one of our all time favorite people: Chris Hastings of Hot & Hot Fish Club! Juan is Birmingham-bound in June 19-23. Help us make it possible.

Stagiaire Supper_logoWhen: Sunday, April 28, 5:30-8:00 p.m.
Where: Hosted by Executive Chef Bradley Herron at his home
411 Northeast 52nd Terrace (Morningside) Miami, FL
What: Please join us for meal cooked by one of our own so they can travel to stage at a great chef’s restaurant.
$50 includes:
Welcome Cocktail + Snacks
3 courses including dessert, served family-style
Wine
RSVP: Please say yes to Bradley with cash if you see him or conveniently use your credit card through Brown Paper Tickets here
Why: Your contribution will go to send Juan Mayo for a stage with Hot & Hot Fish Club chef/owner in Birmingham, Alabama!

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