July Table of 10  

With Eric Chiappetta, Chef or Death

 

July 15, 2020
12:00pm to 1:00pm

VIRTUAL


July Table of 10

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Our Table of 10 event provides MHYP members an opportunity to meet and converse with top-level business, community, and social leaders in Denver. This private lunch will give you exclusive access to people who's time is at a premium, in a setting that promotes open conversation. Come prepared to ask questions and learn from the best Denver has to offer. This exclusive event is limited to 10 MHYP Members and registration opens at 10am on Wednesday one week prior to the event. You can reserve your spot here once registration opens.

About Eric Chiappetta

Chef. Former Oenophile. Food Blogger. Host of the podcast, Chef or Death. Expert Parallel Parker. Super Genius. Devastatingly Handsome. Mildly Modest. A native Coloradoan, chef Eric is the former chef/owner of 3rd Ave Eclectic Burgers & Cuisine, Larimer Hot House, 3Top Catering, and Chia’s Breakfast & Lunch Counter. He has over 30 years of bloodletting, alcohol consumption, teeth grinding and mastering all applications of applying heat to ingestible matter. Eric is also the creator of the podcast Chef or Death – He explores the Food and Beverage community and talks with the who’s-who of mountain movers and icons in his industry. A longtime devotee of David Letterman, Johnny Carson and Charlie Rose, chef Eric manages to interview his guests with probing questions while keeping things light with his wit, sarcasm and humor. Putting his subjects at ease, Eric uncovers more than just vanilla answers. His charm and authenticity pull his interviews to a next-level of casual conversation while giving his listeners a can’t-put-it-down listen. During the pandemic we all know as COVID, Eric launched a new business, Minga Provisions. “I wanted to make Chicago beefs for dinner one night,” he says, “so I made giardiniera (the classic Windy City-style pickled vegetable condiment for that sandwich) to go with them. I don’t know how to cook for one person, so I had extra and I put it out there on social media. I sold out in five minutes.” Indeed, Chiappetta was on to something delicious. Within a matter of days, he’d created Minga Provisions, delivering jars of the spicy chopped vegetable relish to hungry. home-bound Coloradans across the Front Range. 5280 Magazine - Denise Mickelsen When he’s not researching for his next show or canning and pickling, Eric can be found doing laundry, playing fetch with his cat Nero, or checking his hair.

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