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Rice Paper Scissors 2.0

We did it again! Read our recap on our second edition of Rice Paper Scissors. Food porn included.

Valentine’s Feast (x6)

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

Rice Paper Scissors, Recapped

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

Mission Minis Turns One!

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

Rice Paper Scissors…GO

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

Small stools. Big idea.

A sneak peek of an upcoming project with KitchenSidecar. Details to follow soon.

Photos: Mussel Foraging in Pescadero

Snapshots from my excursion with Iso last week. Sometimes it’s hard to tell whether we’re working or playing. That I like.

A Night At The Underground Market

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

On Crabs of Christmas Past (and Killing Them)

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

Before I Forget: Favorite Meals From Europe

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