- $59 for one admission to an interactive mussels cook-off and feast with Joe Che
- Upon purchase, you may schedule for one of the available dates
- You must reserve your date here in advance of the event
Groups will meet at a private Chaos Cooking venue in Brooklyn. The exact address will be shared after purchase.
Each event is capped at 33 purchasers; each event requires a minimum of 6 purchasers in order to take place.
What You'll Do
Upon arrival at this cooking extravaganza, you’ll be split off into one of three teams, where culinary experts from Chaos Cooking, a NY Times-featured social community, show your group knife skills and cooking fundamentals. After you have the basics down, you’ll receive recipes and begin to cook sumptuous dishes, from classic moules a la mariniere and creamy mussels with smoky bacon and cider to Thai red curry with coconut milk. Work alongside new friends and fellow chefs-in-training as you learn to chop, tap shells, mix sauces, and even torch crème brûlée as you indulge in your creations—along with plenty of French bread and wine, of course.
Team Up for a Mussels Cook-Off
Culinary experts will split you into teams, and hand you over a pound of mussels to work with individually as you prep decadent dishes
Feast on the Fruits of Your Labor Learn to torch crème brûlée and enjoy copious amounts of savory French bread and wine with your homemade meal
Founder, Chaos Cooking
Inspired by his lifelong love of shared cooking and eating, Joe Che created the social community Chaos Cooking, a NY Times-featured group centered on communal eating that boasts members in over 300 cities. Joe is well known for having a smile on his face and a glass of red wine in his hand, and considered a “connector” who’s committed to bringing good food and good people together. Joe has produced thousands of events, ranging from intimate gathers to eight-day long festivals.