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Food of the Italian South Aperitivo Hour and Seated Dinner 4/5

Award-Winning Author and Journalist Katie Parla to Collaborate on Two Events at Corbo & Sons at Bell Market on Friday April 5th in Celebration of Her New Book, Food of the Italian South

 

Guests to Enjoy Food, Wine, and the Book at an Aperitivo Hour or Seated Dinner


March 18, 2019 | Holmdel, NJ -- On Friday, April 5th, author, food historian and journalist Katie Parla will celebrate the release of her new cookbook, Food of the Italian South (Clarkson Potter, March 12, $30), at Corbo & Sons, the restaurant within Bell Market that brings Neapolitan and Roman inspired, wood-fired cooking to Central New Jersey. 


A New Jersey native, Katie is an acclaimed Rome-based culinary journalist, foremost authority on Italian cuisine, and co-author of the IACP award–winning cookbook Tasting Rome. Her new book, Food of the Italian South delves deeply into the culinary traditions of Basilicata, Calabria, Campania, Molise, and Puglia, regions best known for their rustic and romantic dishes.


Richard and Chantelle Corbo, Corbo & Sons Executive Chef and Sommelier, respectively, will host two unique experiences to celebrate the release of the book.  At an aperitivo hour followed by a seated dinner, guests will have the opportunity to meet Katie in person and enjoy recipes from the book.


Aperitivo Hour

Friday April 5, 2019

5:30 PM – 8:30 PM

Corbo & Sons will prepare cocktails and selection of dishes from Food of The Italian South in a taste-around, cocktail party format. Sommelier Chantelle Corbo will pair each recipe, served as individual tastes, with a hand chosen wine. Tickets include a signed cookbook, cocktails, and tasting-sized samples of recipes from the book paired with wine.

$65 per ticket



Seated Dinner with Wine Pairing

Friday April 5, 2019

8:00pm

This marks the kickoff to Corbo & Sons Friday Night Dinner Series in the Green Room. Executive Chef Richard Corbo will prepare a three-course dinner, each dish inspired by The Food of the Italian South, with wine pairings by Chantelle Corbo. Tickets include a signed cookbook, a three-course seated dinner, and wine pairings.

$125 per ticket


DETAILS:

Location: Corbo & Sons at Bell Works (101 Crawford's Corner Road, Holmdel, NJ 07733; 732- 365-2500)

Date & Time: Friday April 5th

Aperitivo Hour: 5:30pm-8:30pm

Dinner: 8:00pm

Tickets:

Aperitivo Hour $65/pp + tax and tip (includes a selection of dishes served as individual tastes, cocktails, wine pairings, a signed cookbook).

Dinner $125/pp + tax and tip (includes dinner, wine pairings, a signed cookbook)

 

Ticket purchase and reservations via Tock at this link.


ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Katie Parla, a New Jersey native, is a Rome-based food and beverage journalist, culinary guide, and educator. She is the author of the Saveur Award–winning food and travel site KatieParla.com, the ebook Eating & Drinking in Rome, more than twenty travel guides, and the coauthor of the IACP award–winning cookbook Tasting Rome. Parla has appeared on and produced Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern and F*ck, That’s Delicious with Action Bronson, and served as a culinary consultant on Season 2 of Netflix’s Master of None. Her travel writing, recipes, and food criticism appear in the New York Times, Food & Wine, Saveur, Australian Gourmet Traveller, the Guardian, AFAR, Condé Nast Traveler, Punch, Eater, and more.


ABOUT BELL MARKET AND CORBO & SONS:

Bell Market is a chef-driven food hall located in Bell Works, the reincarnation of the world-renowned research building Bell Labs.  The five distinct culinary destinations offer elevated hospitality and chef-driven cooking all within a comfortable setting.  Corbo & Sons brings Italian craft to the heart of New Jersey with beautifully blistered wood-fired pizzas along with Old and New World wines plus craft beer.