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Sanctuary’s Lunch & Learn Series Line Up

Posted on: July 8th, 2015 by Taryn Jeffries 4 Comments

Every year we wait with bated breath to see what the Summer Lunch & Learn series line up with be at Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain, and every year the offerings seem to get bigger and better and this year, it’s 14th,  is certainly no exception.

Sanctuary Lunch and Learn Series

If you happen to be unfamiliar with the series, Sanctuary welcomes several renowned culinary experts that will create a fabulous meal, demonstration style, which you will then be able to enjoy followed by a Q&A session. The lunches are held in the Views Ballroom and all lunch events will run $75 per person with events beginning at noon. The dinner events are $125 per person and begin at 6pm. The pinnacle of the series will be the special dinner with Food Network’s Robert Irvine and will run $150 per person or $250 if you would like to participate in the VIP meet and greet with Robert.

If you are looking to make a weekend out of the event, Sanctuary will be offering a special rate of $199 for the July through August events and $329 for the October 16th event.

*All prices do not include tax or gratuity.

Reservations can be made by calling 480.607.2300.

Check out Sanctuary’s Lunch & Learn Series Line-Up

07.18.2015 Summer Supper (Dinner)
Executive Chef Beau MacMillan welcomes his mentor Chef Jeff Jackson to kick off the 2015 Lunch & Learn series. Chef Jackson has mastered his own trademark style of market driven seasonal cooking based on sound craftsmanship. He will create a beautiful four-course Summer Supper featuring ingredients from California’s finest organic farms, orchids and fish mongers. He is the executive chef at the A.R. Valentien restaurant at The Lodge at Torrey Pines in La Jolla, California.

07.25.2015 Take a Bite out of ‘The Big Easy’ (Lunch)
Join Chef de Cuisine Chris Lusk of New Orleans’ R’evolution as he exposes the down and dirty of the N’awlins’ food scene. Gumbo, shrimp n’ grits and live jazz – just a taste of what Chef Lusk will bring to Sanctuary from one of the best food cities in the world. Lusk has been named one of Esquire magazine’s “Four Breakout Chefs to Watch” and Louisiana Cookin’ magazine’s “Chef to Watch.”

08.08.2015 Robert Irvine 365 (Dinner)
Behind the fame, lights and glory from one of the most successful chefs in Food Network history, to the brand that is Robert Irvine, there is a man. Find out what motivates, inspires and drives him to be one of the hardest working, ambitious and charitable celebrities today.

08.15.2015 Southern Charm (Lunch)
Meet Chef Lindsay Autry (season nine Top Chef finalist) as she charms us with her soulful, southern style. This native North Carolinian has touched some of the top kitchens in the country. She currently owns and operates Fin & Feather, a southern meets Florida catering concept in Palm Beach, Florida.

08.22.2015 The Dead Rabbit NYC (Lunch)
What’s it like to manage the best cocktail bar in America, or the world for that matter? Find out when superstar Jillian Vose returns to Sanctuary for an elaborate lesson in the sensual pleasures of the crafted cocktail. Vose is the bar manager for New York City’s The Dead Rabbit Grocery & Grog where she oversees the development of the restaurant’s lauded mixed drink book that contains 64 original cocktails, more than half of which were created by Vose.

08.29.2015 Roadtrip, Destination: Tacoma (Dinner)
Pile on board with Chef/Owner Matt Schweitzer of Hilltop Kitchen and Marrow Kitchen & Bar for a journey of modern American cuisine through a Northwest filter. Schweitzer’s use of the region’s incredible ingredients have brought much acclaim to his signature restaurants.

10.16.2015 Author Simon Majumdar (Dinner)
Author Simon Majumdar is a true food adventurer, author of the acclaimed book “Eat My Globe” and frequently appears on Food Network shows including “Extreme Chef,” “Cutthroat Kitchen” and “Iron Chef America.”

About the Author - Taryn Jeffries

Editor and Chief Eating Officer of PhoenixBites, 2017 Food Writer of the Year (Arizona Culinary Hall of Fame) Taryn grew up in a small town in Illinois with a doting Grandmother who taught her the way around a kitchen and that food is representative of love. Her current quest is to find the love in local dishes and the chefs behind them. In addition to running all things PhoenixBites, Taryn is also a freelance writer, sharing her insight on the best dishes and where to get them each and every month.

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