King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center, New York University
53 Washington Square South
10012 New York
THIS EVENT IS BEYOND SOLD OUT AND DOES NOT HAVE A WAITLIST
Appetite is a multi-disciplinary research collective that runs in parallel to Restaurant Nouri, a one-Michelin star restaurant in Singapore. It investigates material culture with a focus on food. Its team and advisory board includes chefs, anthropologists, historians, and artists from various institutions including New York University and the Culinary Institute of America.
Listed in 2019 as one of Asia's 50 best restaurants, Nouri explores ingredients, techniques, and flavours to identify moments of connection between global food traditions. Its approach to food is termed "crossroads cooking."
Join Ivan Brehm, chef/owner of Nouri, and Kaushik Swaminathan, head of research at Appetite/Nouri, for an introduction to the restaurant's work at the intersection of food and cultural research.
This talk will be moderated by Anne McBride, Deputy Director of the Torriberra Mediterranean Center, and Krishnendu Ray, Chair of the Department of Food Studies at New York University.