Event short description
The Nosh Philosh is simple: anyone can learn to cook. Learn to cook simply and fulfill the mission that is the Nosh Philosh tagline: Eat. Drink. Savor.
- $450 + $75 / person
- This host typically use google, but we can integrate with other systems.
- This event supports 15 - 100 participants.
- 1 hour
- A kit to accompany the event will be delivered to each guest prior to the event date.
How it works
Learn a repeatable system for cooking with low stress and low effort using three elements - a protein, a starch, and a vegetable. Pete will guide you to put a meal on the table in less than an hour.
At the start of the experience, your group will be invited to have a cocktail together, relax, and get acquainted. Pete will then present the menu, meal formulation, and timing.
Each guest of the event will receive these items in a shipment to their address.
Participants will be shipped a kit of ingredients for one component of the meal, and will also receive a list in advance of all other ingredients needed.
Pete will also send two wine recommendations to pair with your meal.
Shipping & delivery
This event includes a shipment to each guest's address.
Things you'll need
Each guest will need to supply the items below to participate fully in this event.
Items from the list of ingredients provided on the Event Homepage
A laptop or a screen with the ability to log into Zoom. For this event, we recommend a desktop or laptop for the best experience.
How to join
This event is delivered using the video platform: Google Meet
Prefer to use your own platform? This host supports the following options:
- Google Meet
Other things you will need to join:
- Link to this event, provided after purchase
- Internet connected device, tablets and phones are supported
- Internet connection
Pete Bendoris is a self-taught and accomplished home cook, as well as a beer and wine enthusiast. Pete’s humble culinary origins were far from gourmet. His mom’s horrible meatloaf with canned peas and his dad’s love of crappy beer compelled Pete to forge his own culinary path. As he grew into an adult, he first focused on making great tasting, simple home cooked meals, and later began to pair them with low cost, great tasting wines.
After Pete’s full-time 27-year banking career was cut short by the COVID-19 economic slowdown, he created Great American Nosh in the spring of 2020. Besides cooking, Pete is an avid gardener, homebrewer, cider maker and fledgling charcuterier. With no perfectionist ideals (or even a fancy kitchen) Pete’s genuine approach to low-stress cooking and wine pairing can work for everyone.