Sunday Night Dinner in Astoria is Forking Fantastic!

Posted on April 3, 2010. Filed under: Astoria, Cheap Dining, Cuisine in Queens, Fine Dining, Local718 Video Shorts, Off the beaten path | Tags: , , |

Authors of Forking Fantastic, Tamara Reynolds and Zora O’Neill began cooking for friends about six years ago, for what has now turned into the famous Sunday Night Dinner club. With over 600 members, the club has Tamara opening up her home and kitchen to twenty strangers and friends each month to share her recipes and company with them.  This twice monthly dinner is now run by Tamara out of her Astoria apartment. All diners need to do is sign-up, wait for her email invitation and the first twenty who respond will get a seat into Astoria’s most popular dinner party! I was fortunate to meet with her and ask her a few questions about her club. Watch this video to get a candid look into her culinary journey as she shares tips for creating your own dinner party!

Keep up with Tamara and Zora:

Tamara will teach you how to cook April 25 at 2pm at the Brooklyn Kitchen

Listen to them speak at The Brooklyn Museum as guest speakers for Target First Saturdays about their cookbook Forking Fantastic! Put The Party Back In Dinner Party.

May 7 Tamara will be cooking the first dinner in the new Dinners on The Farm series at The Queens County Farm Museum.


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That’s really thiinkng of the highest order

Hi Carmen- All you need to do is go to the Sunday Night Dinner website and email at and ask to be put on the list.

how can I sing up for the dinners?

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