Get Cooking with Jean-Georges Vongerichten

Dreamed of cooking with a master chef? Now you can. Trump International Hotel & Tower New York has announced its new Jean Georges Culinary Master Course with Jean-Georges Vongerichten and his executive pastry chef, Top Chef Just Desserts judge Johnny Iuzzini.
 
Designed for two persons, the Jean Georges Culinary Master Course includes a private, one-hour cooking demonstration by Vongerichten in the kitchen of his namesake restaurant. Guests may choose to learn how Jean Georges created his empire in New York, with establishments Jean Georges (French), Matsugen (Japanese), JoJo (Mediterranean), ABC Kitchen (organic and local), Spice Market (Asian) or Perry Street (New American).
 
The course also includes a one-hour, hands-on pastry-making class with Iuzzini. Guests will learn the building blocks of creating desserts such as cakes, tuiles, ice creams, sorbets and granités.
 
That's not all. The experience also includes accommodations in an Executive Park View Suite (Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights), breakfast for two daily at Nougatine, and a three-course dinner for two at Jean Georges with a bottle of Champagne. Further, guests will receive signed copies of Vongerichten’s book, "Asian Flavors of Jean-Georges", featuring recipes from Spice Market, Vong and 66.
 
The Jean Georges Culinary Master Course is based on a three-night consecutive stay with arrival on Thursday. A minimum of 30 days’ notice is required to book. Reservations are based on availability.

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