International chefs offer special dinner at Seasoned

September 26, 2019

SUNY Adirondack has partnered with Rascal + Thorn international culinary tours for a special Guest Chef Dinner featuring Tim Spedding and Louise Rødkjær Jørgensen on Oct. 12 at Seasoned in downtown Glens Falls.

Chef Tim Spedding is recognized as one of the United Kingdom’s most influential young chefs with an impressive pedigree that includes the Michelin star restaurants The Clove Club and The Ledbury in London and the Quay in Sydney, Australia.

Spedding’s partner, Louise Rødkjær Jørgensen, specializes in natural or low-intervention wines. The couple is known for opening Coombeshead Farm, a rural guesthouse in Cornwall, England that attracted visitors from around the world to try farm-to-table cuisine. They are currently planning to open their own restaurant and inn in the beautiful Cornwall countryside.

The dinner will highlight prime seasonal, local product paired with wines selected by Rødkjær Jørgensen. The wine pairing is optional, and there will a la carte wines, beers and non-alcoholic  drinks available for purchase.

Limited tickets are available, with seatings at 4 and 8 p.m. For reservations, which are $100 per person plus tax, go to The optional wine pairing is available for an additional $40 per person. Dietary restrictions can be accommodated with advanced notice.

Seasoned, the student-run restaurant at SUNY Adirondack’s Culinary Arts Center, is at 14 Hudson Ave. in Glens Falls. Ample street parking is available.

For more information on Rascal + Thorn, go to