For one night only Chef Stevie turned his home into a taco restaurant for his friends. Gourmet tacos and a half a dozen flavors of margaritas (including matching salts) ensured a memorable evening.
Over the years Chef Stevie has challenged himself by preparing 20 course meals for 32 people.
Being new to Cuenca he didn't know 32 people, so he matched one course for each person who signed up for the event.
A small dinner for new friends. The menu item names are all whimsical but can be translated as follows:
3 Orange Glazed Shrimp and 3 shots
Corn Chowder with Hush Puppies
A bacon cheeseburger turned inside out
Soft brownies with homemade butterscotch sauce.
A bit of gastronomic poetry. Read the bold lines together, and then go back to read the italics to find out what it means.
A fine vegetarian lunch that we stretched out to almost 10 hours. Sobremesa indeed!
Sometimes Chef Stevie gets to play in a nice big commercial kitchen.
This time he paired the toasty notes of sparkling wine with Asian inspired flavors.
A rare evening with a view overlooking one of the great capital cities of the World.
20 courses of Fine French Food is a serious matter, but Chef Stevie loves to balance work and fun, so he served this classic feast…
In. The. Pool!