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Ginny’s Salon: After Midnight

By Marcus Samuelsson | May 12, 2014

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Join me at Ginny’s Supper Club Monday, May 19th for a fabulous evening of food and discussion with Tony nominated Best Director/Choreographer Warren Carlyle, Tony Nominated actress Adriane Lenox, Tony  nominated Costume Director Isabel Toledo, and her husband Artist-in-Residence Ruben Toledo as they sit with me to discuss the inner workings of the production that shares Harlem’s legacy with the world. We will serve a curated four-course meal inspired by the Cotton Club in its heyday.

To learn more about this amazing production read the New York Times Review here

Here is the featured menu for the evening:

Supper De-Luxe

First

Relish Tray

cornbread madeleine, deviled eggs with caviar, pickles

Second

Oysters and Lox

fried oysters, tandoori smoked salmon, yuzu kosho yogurt

Third

duck & waffle

smoked maple gastrique, collards, foie gras ganache

Last

Swedish Cloud

pistachio sponge, rhubarb sorbet, cream cheese foam, lemon-elderberry curd

the rooster goodbye

champagne infused grapes

About Last Night

Salon Series: Hanging with Hilton in Harlem

By Heeseung Kim | February 25, 2014

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Last night was the second installation of Ginny’s Salon Series, featuring writer and critic Hilton Als. The White Girls author chose ten notable books to discuss over dinner, and the reading list included works such as Drown, Tar Baby, and Brown Girl, Brownstones. It was this last book that was Als’s mother’s favorite—he recalls, “The only way my mother got peace was to lock herself in the bathroom and read.”—and was also one of the books that first revealed Als’s own passion for literature and his deep need to express it.

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Salon Series: Celebrating Literature and Food with Hilton Als

By Heeseung Kim | February 11, 2014

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You’re invited to the second installation of the Ginny’s Salon Series on Monday, February  24th at 8pm for an intimate dinner and conversation with writer Hilton Als. The Brooklyn-born cultural critic has written extensively on gender, race, and sexuality. Following his first book, “The Women”, Als most recently published “White Girls”, a series of insightful essays regarding “white girls” in the abstract. Als will be our honored guest at Ginny’s Supper Club to discuss food and history in African-American literature. Als has an exciting and diverse reading list that will be served with a four-course meal that was curated by Marcus and inspired by the very works Als will be discussing.

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