One-on-one with notable Chef Dustin Valette
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- $170 USD to kg7fb1b9c
The winning bid will go to Panorama Global Fund (tax ID 26-3265577), a 501c3 nonprofit organization, which will send the donation to Conservation Works (tax ID 680484941) on behalf of the winner.
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Be one-on-one with Chef Dustin Valette in a remarkable 60-minute ZOOM session to learn cuisine tips, including the key to ensuring your fresh fish dish is succulent and moist, equal to fine dining anywhere. In this Q & A session you can ask Dustin about challenges you may have encountered in the kitchen ? satisfy your curiosity and ask away. This ZOOM session can accommodate up to ten guests, and they need not all be located in the same place. The ZOOM session will be scheduled to accommodate Chef Valette and guests schedules, and this certificate expires on October 24, 2021.
Valette honed his craft in some of the most celebrated restaurants on the West Coast, including the Michelin-starred Aqua in San Francisco and Napa Valley?s Bouchon. Additional credits include Hokus at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Honolulu, a five-star, five-diamond property; the exclusive North Ranch Country Club in Westlake Village, California; and VOX Restaurant & Wine Lounge in Henderson, Nevada. Most recently, Valette spent six years as Executive Chef of Dry Creek Kitchen, a Charlie Palmer restaurant in downtown Healdsburg. At Dry Creek Kitchen, he gathered great acclaim for the strong relationships he cultivated with local farmers and purveyors in order to provide the restaurant with the area?s freshest and most unique ingredients. Valette became known for his exceptional ability to pair some of the country?s best wines with his intense, flavorful and dynamic cuisine.
Item Special Note
The ZOOM session will be coordinated by Conservation Works who will contact the winning bidder and Mr. Vallette promptly after the close of the auction, and facilitate scheduling a convenient date and time for the session with all parties.
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