by Valerie Schroth
Jun 25, 2013
01:13 PM
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Moscow 57 Pops Up at The Silo

 
Moscow 57 Pops Up at The Silo

Save the Date: Sat., June 29. That’s the day New York-based entertainment and hospitality company Moscow 57 stages two pop-up events at The Silo at Hunt Hill Farm in New Milford. First up, from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., “recipe wrangler and chef” Seth Goldman gives a demo cooking class called “A Journey Slightly to the Left of the Silk Road.” Goldman will be sharing recipes for summer dishes with exotic flavors from Russia, Georgia and Central Asia: rose petals, tarragon, marigolds, sumac and pomegranate.

Later, at 7:30, Ellen Kaye and the Moscow 57 Band will showcase their unique blend of blues, jazz, rock and folk music. Kaye, who has appeared at Iridium Jazz Club, The Metropolitan Room and Carnegie Hall, attended the former Wykeham Rise School in Washington and also took classes at The Gunnery. “I am so excited to return to my old stomping grounds,” she says. “Though I've been back to this neck of the woods many times, this is the first time I will be performing here, and I'm really looking forward to it."

Kaye’s mother, artist Faith Stewart-Gordon, who owned the legendary Russian Tea Room for 30 years (and wrote a memoir about it), will also be "popping up"—at Goldman’s cooking class—to share her famous recipe for chilled borscht with fresh dill.

For more information and to purchase tickets, call (860) 355-0300 or visit hunthillfarmtrust.org. Cooking class: $50. “Blini Blues”: $35.

 

 

 

Moscow 57 Pops Up at The Silo

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