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The New York Jets Cook With The Institute of Culinary Education
JetNation was on the scene at the new location of the Institute of Culinary Education (ICE). Located in the Brookfield building next to the World Trade Center, ICE now has more to offer culinary students with more classrooms, and the latest machines and technology. ICE continued their partnership with the New York Jets to host Jets Cooking School, Tailgating Division, presented by Chase.
This past event taught Jets fans how to make sushi, dumplings, and tacos. Fans attend the station of their choice and learn from top chefs how to cook “the new game day food.” But they weren’t the only ones learning. Long-time participant Willie Colon and Tommy Bohanan were also learning new techniques. Willie, as we know, is recovering from his knee injury, but told JetNation he will probably return for next week’s game against Washington.
Fans walked away with an assortment of products, like Wüsthof knives, knife sharpener, cooking apron, and Jets tin cup. When you present your Chase card, you have special access with Jets players and receive a few extras in your gift bag, so make sure to show your card to get the full experience!
JetNation always appreciates working with ICE and encourages fans to attend these events as well. We are excited for their next class – Homemade Pasta Workshop. Click here for future classes. See you there JetNation!
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