[image-1]Asheville’s Spanish tapas queen Katie Button has worked with chefs José Andrés and Ferran Adrià, and has been recognized as one of the “high-achieving stagiaires” from elBulli. Now she has a new cookbook, named after her restaurant Cúrate, and she visits The Ordinary this weekend to showcase some of its 125 recipes.

The James Beard Foundation Award Nominee: Rising Star Chef will prepare a Spanish-inspired seafood tower (exqueixada), marinated muscles (mejillones en escabeche), spiced grilled lamb skewers (pincho moruno), and Spanish-style French toast (torrijes) all family style at a brunch beginning at 11:30 a.m. on Sun. Nov. 13.

Tickets are $94.14 for the three-course meal with bottomless sangrias and a copy of Button’s book, or $68.27 for just the meal. You can purchase tickets here.


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