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Wednesday, April 15, 2020

Orlando chef Bruno Fonseca's Foreigner Experience goes domestic during COVID-19

Posted By on Wed, Apr 15, 2020 at 10:41 AM

click to enlarge Chef Bruno Fonseca - IMAGE COURTESY OF THE FOREIGNER EXPERIENCE
  • Image courtesy of the Foreigner Experience
  • Chef Bruno Fonseca
Bruno Fonseca of the Foreigner Experience series of pop-up dinners has launched the Foreigner Domestic, a virtual class whereby the noted chef teaches guests how to home-cook a specific dish from ingredients hand-delivered by Fonseca himself.

Every Sunday, chef Fonseca posts the menu (and wine pairing) on his website. Folks have until Wednesday morning to purchase the meal kit (with wine) for $75 per couple. Meal kits and wine are delivered by Friday, after which Fonseca posts a 30- to 45-minute video on YouTube showing you how to prep the meal.

He even sends out a music playlist on Spotify to cook and eat to.

Fonseca then holds a virtual meetup on Zoom after the class, so you can compare notes with your classmates.

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