I’m not sure who had more fun at the first Si Fang Cai (Secret Supper) – me or the guests. The menu was based (mostly) on Asian hawker food – or “street” food.
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The weather cooperated, allowing for drinks and cooking outdoors, before moving inside for an intimate dinner peppered with great conversation.
Basil Watermelon Caiparinha *
Bulgogi Wan-ja with Tamarind Ssamjang (Korea)
Butabara Kushiyaki – Shio & Tare (Japan)
Xinjiang Chuanr (China)
Dan Dan Mein (China)
Gado Gado (Indonesia)
Gang Ga-ree (Thailand)
Turon w/Macapuno Fozen Custard (Philippines)
Cha Yen (Thailand)
Chang, Singha (Thailand)
* The basil-watermelon caipirinha is from No Recipes.