MITCNC Event
Cuisine A La Quarantine
May 26 - Virtual Event
Cuisine A La Quarantine
May 26 - Virtual Event

We're hosting these events in partnership with Speakeasy, an early-stage startup offering intimate, online events with fascinating speakers and performers. Their vision is to bring the vibrancy of a university campus to people everywhere.

These days, many of us are cooking at home far more frequently than we typically do. We don't know about you, but we feel like our culinary creativity has been fully tapped out. Enter: Cuisine à la Quarantine. Our host David Rheinstrom knows more about food (and about a million other topics) than any amateur can reasonably be expected to know. His obsession is your gain.

At this event, 10 lucky people will outsource their meal planning to David. After you reserve your spot, we'll ask you to send us photos of five ingredients you have in your kitchen. We'll keep the ingredients secret from David until the event starts.
We'll run the event like a gameshow. David will have five minutes per participant to come up with a delicious dish that incorporates the ingredients they submitted, meets their dietary preferences, and that they'd be happy to cook & eat. Can he rise to the challenge? Join us to find out!
We've designed this event to be intimate and interactive, so we'd ask that you keep your video camera on throughout the event.

 

MIT COVID-19 Response Funds

In exchange for the value you receive from this event, we ask that you make a donation (in an amount of your choosing) to the MIT Covid-19 Response Funds.

 


 

Funds will support:

MIT COVID-19 Research Fund

Gifts to support MIT’s response to help with the Covid-19 crisis, including providing equipment, space, expertise, and other resources to local area hospitals and other health care providers. Contributions to this fund will supplement Institute resources that are already being applied to these immediate medical needs including through the Medical Outreach and Crisis Management Team led by Professor Elazer Edelman, such as donations of personal protective equipment. Gifts will also support the work of Project Manus under Professor Martin Culpepper for projects including the design and mass manufacture of disposable face shields.

MIT COVID-19 Emergency Fund

Gifts to support MIT faculty and researchers addressing various aspects of the Covid-19 pandemic, including vaccine development, portable ventilators, AI solutions, and improved protective equipment.

MIT Alums:

Please make sure you are a current member of your local club before registering. If you are unsure please ask your club representative or if you would like to join MIT Club of Northern California, click here.

 

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Date and Time
Tuesday, May 26, 2020
05:00 PM - 06:00 PM PT
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Primary Contact
Serena Chung
clubadmin@Mitcnc.org

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