Join us for an intimate dinner with Anne-Marie and Michael Trebbi of Wild Root Cafe. Chef Michael Trebbi will be preparing a locally sourced three-course dinner paired with regional wines. Wild Root has been serving up delicious and unique dishes since they opened in downtown Boise in 2015, their cuisine highlights Idaho's rich and diverse farm offerings. This will be an evening to experience their food and hospitality in a playful environment while giving guests the chance to learn more about the Trebbi's inspiration for cooking and opening Wild Root. Wine included with dinner. Registration ends January 19.
When: Saturday, January 21st from 6PM--9:00PM.
Where: JUMP Share Studio in the lobby.
Cost: $65.00 per person, wine included with dinner.
What to Expect: A delicious dinner paired with regional wine in a communal dining setting. Dress is casual. Please bring valid ID.
Chef Michael Trebbi has worked in a kitchen for close to 30 years, starting as a kid helping out with prep work in his parent’s Italian restaurant. While he was in culinary school, he was wooed into his first chef gig. Since then, he has worked at a variety of food establishments, both in the Midwest, and more recently in Boise.
Speaking of wooing, Michael did just that with Anne-Marie, while they were in culinary school together. After graduation and their wedding, she worked in corporate food service. She also did some stints in event planning before going back to school to study nutrition. In late 2015, Michael and Anne-Marie decided to further test their marital resolve, and opened Wild Root Café & Market.
What inspires you?
"Cooking and food have always been very important in both of our lives, whether it was sharing food at the family table, cooking for friends, or serving a meal to our guests. Great food is and always will be part of a perfect occasion! Truly, our inspiration these days is that we can share that intimate moment with complete strangers. The instant gratification that you get when someone loves what you created is really rewarding. This is our inspiration!”
What is JUMP?
JUMP – or Jack’s Urban Meeting Place – is a not-for-profit, interactive creative center and community gathering place in the heart of downtown Boise. Please go to jumpboise.org to learn more.
This class is out of my price range, what can I do?
Offering affordable opportunities to everyone in the community is a key priority. We appreciate your patience as we work to develop a scholarship program.
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