On the Menu: Asian Street Food Extravaganza

Brad Farmerie Brad Farmerie has been wowing us for years, from his innovative antipodal cuisine at Public to his recent victory at New York City's Cochon 555. For tomorrow's Beard House dinner, he and his Double Crown team will celebrate the Chinese New Year with a feast of reimagined and refined Asian street food. Check out the menu below (and view the official event page here): Hors d’Oeuvre Abundance > Prawn Toasts with Chile Sambal Fortune > Quail San Choi Bao Luck > Mandarin Oranges with Minced Pork and Prawn Paste Wealth > Slow-Braised Duck Spring Rolls with Double Crown XO Sauce Pairings: Clover Hill Brut 2003; Plymouth Gin and Seasonal Jam Cocktails Dinner For the Table > Sichuan-Pickled Cucumbers and Black Shiitakes; Coconut Brioche with Black Sesame Seeds; Chile–Scallion Buns; and Soy–Mushroom Butter Smoked Hamachi Sashimi with Pickled Daikon, Chinese Salted Black Beans, Lime Vinaigrette, and Crispy Taro Pairing: Brooks Willamette Riesling 2007 Bak Kut Teh Pork Bone–Tea Soup with Rice Noodles, Shiitakes, and Fried Tofu Pairing: Bethel Heights Vineyard Pinot Gris 2009 Pan-Seared Wild Striped Bass with Kai-Lan, Lily Bulb–Water Chestnut Salad, Chile Oil, and Shaoxing Broth Pairing: The Four Graces Pinot Blanc 2009 Eight-Jewel Duck > Roasted Duck Breast with Lap Cheong Sausage, Lotus Root, Bamboo Shoots, and Chinese Black Vinegar Dressing Pairing: Soléna Grand Cuvée Pinot Noir 2008 Banana Chawan Mushi with Tangerine Sorbet and Coconut Jelly Miso, Caramel, and Coconut Torte with Star Anise Ganache and Condensed Milk Ice Cream Pairing: Elderton Golden Botrytis Semillon 2007

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