Ah Haa Workshop Features Michelin-Star Chef Iliana Regan, 11/15-11/18!

Ah Haa Workshop Features Michelin-Star Chef Iliana Regan, 11/15-11/18!

Telluride’s Ah Haa School puts out the word: Join Michelin-star chef, Iliana Regan, for a culinary and literary journey in Telluride, November 15-18. 

Find information regarding her Food & Nostalgia Workshop attached as well as an invitation to dine with us on November 15. Please reserve your space now, as seating is limited.

Questions? Contact Malarie Clark here directly, and/or call 970-728-3886.

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The Food & Nostalgia workshop gives students direct access in remote southwest Colorado to Iliana Regan’s culinary mastery and literary prowess. 

This is a rare chance to prepare both Regan’s and other student’s treasured recipes, while sharing memories of  dishes that inspired stories. With Regan’s second book release, “Fieldwork, A Forager’s Memoir,” Ah Haa School for the Arts proudly offers an intimate, four-day destination/educational experience. Learn more and reserve your space at ahhaa.org

Iliana Regan is the Michelin-star chef and former/chef owner of Elizabeth Restaurant in Chicago. In 2020, she turned over to her employee so she could focus on running the Milkweed Inn, Bed and Breakfast in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.

In 2019, Regan’s first memoir, “Burn the Place,” was long listed for the National Book Award, the first time a food writer got that nod in the 40 years since Julia Child won the year Regan was born.

In addition to being the chef and owner of the Milkweed Inn, Regan holds a Master of Fine Arts in Writing from The Art Institute of Chicago.

‘”The Milkweed Inn is all Pendleton blankets, deer taxidermy and wood smoke. …The basement is filled with new fishing gear and inflatable kayaks. A copy of the 2016 Best New Chefs edition of Food & Wine is in one bathroom. There, Ms. Regan is on the cover, the only woman in a sea of 10 men.’ – Kim Severson, The New York Times.

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