Jim Drohman

Restaurants: Executive Chef & Co-Owner at Cafe Presse and Le Pichet

Why I Support Labeling of GMO Food: Although people may disagree about whether or not GMOs are a health problem, I believe that everyone would agree that we have a fundamental right to know what is in the food we eat. Imagine a person with a peanut allergy being told “Sorry, I can’t tell you whether or not there are peanuts in this food.” It’s just silly.

Recipe: Brandade de morue Nimoise (Salt Cod Puree in the style of Nimes). A classic French dish made with salt cod, currently on the menu at Le Pichet. Get the recipe from Jim Drohman’s blog.

Event Recap: Cafe Presse was packed for Chef Jim Drohman’s Kitchen Conversation on June 18th. Over 40 friends, patrons, and interested community members came to Cafe Presse to learn more about Yes on 522 and labeling genetically modified foods in Washington State. TVW attended & recorded part of Jim’s speech about why he supports labeling. Watch the TVW footage here.

Join Seattle Exectutive Chefs
For 15 specially prepared small bites

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September 19, 2013 at 6:30pm
Tickets: $125




Enjoy seven specially prepared small plates at seven different Capitol Hill restaurants on Thursday, October 3rd.  Purchase your passport to Dine Out for 522 on Capitol Hill.  Then bring along your restaurant passport, your ID, and your friends as you hop from restaurant to restaurant on Capitol Hill to enjoy different small plates and discuss the importance of labeling genetically engineered foods!

October 3, 2013 from 5pm-10pm
Passport: $50


For more information, please email katie@yeson522.com