Bugsgiving, 11/15/18

Bugsgiving, 11/15/18

99.00

thursday, november 15th, 2018

7pm

the brooklyn kitchen (map)

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Bugs, as part of our diet, and as part of chef-driven cuisine, are finally having its well-deserved spotlight. Sustainable, viable, and high in protein & Omega-3’s, there’s very little to shy away from.

Featured by the likes of the Smithsonian Channel, New York Times, NPR, Food and Wine, and Gizmodo, Brooklyn Bugs strive to introduce edible insects as a sustainable source of protein that can be found in your pantry, eaten as a snack, and beautifully plated by chefs.

Let’s face it folks, the annual tradition of turkey, gravy, and awkward family moments are so passe. This Thanksgiving, give thanks to insects, and make new friends at the second annual Bugsgiving!

Featuring Chefs David George Gordon & Joseph Yoon, this extraordinary evening will highlight dishes that reinvent Thanksgiving, using edible insects as the primary source of protein. Let us be thankful for the contributions of Native Americans and America’s culinary melting pot at this unforgettable feast.

A portion of tonight's proceeds will benefit the non-profit "Farms for Orphans."



About Brooklyn Bugs Festival

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Brooklyn Bugs’ mission is to raise appreciation and awareness for edible insects through delicious, educational, and creative programming. Their work has been featured on the Smithsonian Channel, New York Times, NPR, Food and Wine, and Gizmodo, as they strive to introduce edible insects as a sustainable source of protein that can be found in your pantry, eaten as a snack, and beautifully plated by chefs.