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Cook and Chat with Roy Choi at the 'Broken Bread' Season 2 Virtual Premiere Party

Chef Roy Choi is wearing a black beanie and a navy blue Yankees baseball jersey. He's standing over an open-flame grill, flipping a chunk of barbecued meat with a pair of tongs. Behind are a group of people smiling and laughing with one another. The sun sets beyond.
The "Broken Bread" Season 2 virtual premiere party with Roy Choi and Chefs Alice Waters and Wolfgang Puck will take place Tuesday, Jan. 25 at 7 p.m. PT. | Audrey Ma
Explore the power of food with Roy Choi and special guests Chef Alice Waters and Chef Wolfgang Puck for the "Broken Bread" Season 2 premiere party this Tuesday, Jan. 25 at 7 p.m. PT.
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Join Chef Roy Choi and special guests from this season of "Broken Bread" — Chef Wolfgang Puck and Chef Alice Waters — for a FREE virtual event. Get a live cooking demonstration followed by a watch-along of the first episode of "Broken Bread" Season 2, "The Future of Restaurants."

This season of "Broken Bread" tackles how to "feed the future" with Choi exploring complex social justice issues through the lens of food, including gentrification, cultural erasure, and the corporate takeover of food and farming.

Rounding out the night will be a live Q&A session where attendees can ask Chef Roy all their burning questions. The first 200 guests to sign up for the free event will receive a special "Broken Bread" Season 2 gift.

Premiere Party Event Schedule

  • 7:15 p.m. PT - Cooking Demo with Roy Choi, Alice Waters & Wolfgang Puck
  • 8 p.m. PT - Episode 1 Watch-along with Roy Choi
  • 8:30 p.m. PT - Live Q&A Session with Roy Choi

"Broken Bread" Season 2 premieres Jan. 25 at 8 p.m. PT on Tastemade and KCET.

Visit Tastemade's event page to RSVP for the FREE virtual event.

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