ON JANUARY 25TH, 2021

Initiative Brought to you by the Chappaqua School Foundation as part of a new “At Home” Series

WHO: Nationally recognized Chef Dale Talde of Goosefeather in Tarrytown, which was just selected by ESQUIRE as one of the “Best New Restaurants in America, 2020.”

WHAT: An interactive and live culinary experience, Chef Talde will host a fun hour of dumpling making and whip up a signature cocktail. Proceeds from this virtual event benefit the Chappaqua School Foundation (CSF), a non-profit recognized as tax-exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

WHERE: From your couch or kitchen via Zoom!

WHEN: 6pm – 7pm, Monday, January 25, 2021

On the Menu:  beef potstickers, pork & scallion dumplings, dipping sauce and a “Post Paloma” cocktail

Cost of ticket (per household):  $50 

OPTIONAL Additional Purchase:  $70 Recipe Ingredient Grocery Bag via DeCicco’s: Participants will be responsible for scheduling and picking up ingredient bag from DeCicco’s in Millwood on January 24th, the day before the event.  Scheduling details will be emailed following registration for the event.


About Dale Talde: Prior to opening the acclaimed Goosefeather in Tarrytown, Filipino-American chef Dale Talde made a name for himself with his eponymous restaurant, TALDE, which opened in Brooklyn’s Park Slope neighborhood in 2012. He went on to open a TALDE in Miami, Florida and in Jersey City, New Jersey. Dale debuted his first project in Manhattan with the opening of Massoni at the Arlo NoMad Hotel in November 2016. His second Manhattan restaurant called Rice & Gold opened in October 2017 at the 50 Bowery Hotel in Chinatown. In Florida, Dale also had three locations in the food hall Grandview Public Market in West Palm Beach. They were called The Corner, Clare’s and Little Red Truck.   Dale was also a three-time cheftestant on Bravo’s Emmy Award-winning culinary show, “Top Chef.” He competed in Season 4, “All Star” Season 8, “Top Chef Duels”, and became one of the show’s most popular cast members. Dale has competed on “Chopped,” “Iron Chef America,” “Knife Fight” and was also head judge on “Knife Fight” Season 4, as well as guest judge on both “Chopped” and “Beat Bobby Flay.”


About CSF: The Chappaqua School Foundation is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt foundation run by community parents. CSF was established in 1993 to fund the necessary and creative project ideas of teachers, administrators, parents and students in the Chappaqua Central School District.  CSF has raised over $4 million and funded hundreds of grants and projects, including digital learning tools and technology like iPADs and drones, libraries of books and materials that support diversity and inclusion,  outdoor classrooms, fitness and playground equipment, and much, much more.



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