Food and Sustainability World Tour @ FED

Celebrating Brazil and the Spanish Caribbean

★★★★★ (5.0)


Time Thu May 31
6:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Location FED
307 W 121st St. #4
New York, Ny 10027

Price $45

Food and Sustainability World Tour

First stop: Brazil and the Spanish Caribbean! Join us for a dinner party featuring the vibrant sights, sounds, and tastes of this part of the world! In this immersive experience, we will be treated to live musical performances starring acclaimed Brazilian musician Vitor Goncalvez, a FED talk about Brazil, and delicious food encapsulating all the flavors this dynamic region has to offer.

Cuisine: Brazilian

Meal: Tasting


Fried plantain chips served alongside a mojo dipping sauce
Black Bean Salad
Featuring kale, avocado, corn, sweet potato, mango, and a piri-piri dressing
A Brazilian seafood stew made with exclusively sustainable fish and served over rice with shredded collards and mango slices.
Brazilian fudge balls made with organic, fair-trade goodness
Coconut Flan
Basic Coconut Flan

Musical Performance by Vitor Gonçalves

Vitor Gonçalves is a pianist, accordionist, composer and arranger from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. After an illustrious career as an in demand musician in Brazil, playing with such icons as Hermeto Pascoal, Maria Bethânia, Itiberê Zwarg, and many others, he made the move to New York City, where he currently resides.

About FED

FED is like TED, but you get fed. It's a community and platform for ideas with food that is inventive and vegetable-forward; inspirational talks; music and other artistic performances; and the company and creative energy of your dinner companions.

Website: http://www,

Location: 307 W 121st St. #4 New York, Ny 10027

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About Deborah Fishman

Deborah Fishman photo

Deborah Fishman is an entrepreneur, network-weaver, chef and the founder of FED. With a background in international Jewish cuisine, Deborah works at the intersection of people, food and ideas, weaving together relationships that spark unexpected dialogue, synergy, and connection. Deborah views her mission in life as making sure everyone is fed -- not only physically, but also intellectually and spiritually.