We did it again! Read our recap on our second edition of Rice Paper Scissors. Food porn included.
We got a lot of love for food (and feeding people). On Feb. 14, Wild Kitchen celebrated it’s second year of underground dinners — so Iso had to do it big: three nights, two seating each, two locations, for a total of six dinners (and over 3,000 pieces of handmade gnocchi). I designed the dinner … Continue reading
Our inaugural Rice Paper Scissors Pop-Up was a hit! We were fortunate enough to have some friendly Mission folks offer up their enchanting tree-lined terrace in the name of all things Vietnamese and scrumptious. As fate would have it, we celebrated the Tet Holiday under a canopy of cherry blossoms, red envelopes, little lights, and … Continue reading
A not-so-mini celebration for SF’s beloved bite-sized cupcakes. Other street food folks and I will serve up a mix of savory and sweet goodness while the our brick-and-mortar host will hook it up with free cupcakes and libations. Great if you’ve been eyeing that horchata cupcake at El Metate but haven’t taken the leap… Menu … Continue reading
Happy Vietnamese New Year! In the spirit of the Tet Holiday and tiny plastic stools Katie Kwan (KitchenSidecar) and I will be throwing Rice Paper Scissors: Vietnamese Pop Up this Thursday (Feb 3rd) 5-10 PM in the Mission! Katie and I both went to Vietnam on seperate trips and fell in love with the street … Continue reading
A sneak peek of an upcoming project with KitchenSidecar. Details to follow soon.
Snapshots from my excursion with Iso last week. Sometimes it’s hard to tell whether we’re working or playing. That I like.
It’s Tuesday, and only now is my wrist getting better. Why? It’s because I tossed tons and tons of glass noodles at this past Saturday’s Night Market, a collaboration between forageSF and Public Works. For the most part, it was the same deal: a day and night market, focused around “take-homeables” and hot food, but … Continue reading
A few days ago I killed my first crab. I needed to for cooking a new recipe I learned from my grandma for a few friends. Though it’s not like slaughtering a cow or anything, it was the biggest animal I’ve ever killed and I must admit I was a wimp about it (I had … Continue reading
It’s only been three weeks since we got back form Europe and we’ve been busy getting back to our San Francisco selves: late night drinks and mashed potatoes at The Phoenix, settling into a new apartment, helping out at two Wild Kitchen dinners, and selling Vietnamese crepes at back-to-back Underground Markets in SF and the … Continue reading