Culinary Workshop w/Chef Gabriel Kreuther
Devour! is delighted to welcome 2 Michelin-starred Chef Gabriel Kreuther from his eponymous restaurant, Gabriel Kreuther, in New York City. On a recent visit, we fell in love with his modern interpretations of classic French cuisine. Chef Kreuther hails from Alsace, France, but his cuisine is taking America by storm. His cuisine fuses rustic and luxury ingredients in whimsical but comprehensible ways. This is one of this year’s highlights and we are honoured to have him join us.
Ticket Price: $45.00, includes food samples
Offered in French w/English translation
Sponsored by the Devour! Seafood Partnership- Victoria Co-operative Fisheries, Afishionado and Comeau Seafoods, J.R. Mahoney Ltd., Chef Works
Recipes: Tartare of Yellowfin Tuna and Diver Scallop seasoned with Osetra Caviar
Atlantic Cod Crusted with Chorizo, Coco Bean Pureé and Xeres Vinegar Jus
During the first decade of his career, Gabriel created culinary delights at Michelin-starred kitchens throughout Germany, France, and Switzerland before bringing his talent to the States. Gabriel joined the team at La Caravelle & Restaurant Jean-Georges Central Park, before becoming the Executive Chef of the much-lauded Atelier in the Ritz-Carlton and The Modern. A long-standing member and mentor for the prestigious Bocuse d’Or USA Culinary Council, Team USA placed Silver in 2015 and won Gold in 2017 at the World Competition.
In June 2015, Gabriel opened the eponymous restaurant, Gabriel Kreuther, receiving numerous accolades including Two Michelin Stars, Three Stars from The New York Times, and Wine Spectator 2022 Grand Award Winner, as well as being part of the highly selective Les Grandes Tables du Monde.
In the fall of 2016, Gabriel partnered with Pastry Chef Marc Aumont to open Kreuther Handcrafted Chocolate, which was named the best luxury chocolate by Esquire in 2023 and one of the best gourmet chocolates of 2023 by Spruce Eats. In the fall of 2021, Gabriel published his first cookbook, Gabriel Kreuther, The Spirit of Alsace: A Cookbook, sharing his restaurant creations and interpretations of traditional Alsatian dishes. @gabrielkreuther