Chef Edward Lee & Chef Kevin Ashworth Sneak Preview Khora
You may already know the face of Edward Lee, the Brooklyn-born chef, and restaurateur, for his appearances on The Mind of a Chef on PBS and his James Beard Awarded Book, “Buttermilk Graffiti,” exploring the melting pot cuisine of today’s America. Truth be told, we’ve long had a huge crush on Edward for how he celebrates Southern and Korean flavor combining. So when we snagged a spot for him to cook in our frame kitchen previewing his new Cincinnati restaurant Khora, we knew the experience was kismet. Khora, spotted on both Vogue and Food & Wine Magazine lists of 2020’s “Most Anticipated Restaurant Openings”, will be helmed by Chef Kevin Ashworth, who has traveled and cooked with Chef Edward for years and helms the kitchen as Executive Chef of Lee’s wildly coveted 610 Magnolia. Showcasing Chef Kevin’s creative menu of bold pasta and global flavors, frame’s Khora Sneak Preview promises a pasta driven-bent with grains sourced from Ohio: emmer, einkorn, spelt and high-quality semolina. History note: the name Khora comes from “khorasan,” one of the oldest ancient grains also known as kamut. Mark your calendars. And let’s do what we do best: share this frame experience from one table to the next.
April 17th 5:30pm and 8:30pm $69 per person + tax and service fee Included: Time with Chef Edward Lee and Chef Kevin Ashworth for a multi-course preview of Cincinnati’s forthcoming restaurant Khora. Additional: A beverage pairing by frame’s beverage director ++ a la carte additional beers, wine, and frame cocktails
Give the year-round gift of frame With an ever-changing line-up of chef residencies, wine workshops, chef-taught cooking classes, food and film collaborations, book dinners, cocktail master-classes and more, no two days at frame are ever the same. Frame gift cards are available in any denomination and make year-round gift-giving really easy! Purchase an eGift or mail a physical gift card HERE
Tickets on sale now.