Tickets are now on sale for the September "End of Summer" bash. My absolute favorite time of the year for produce is right now so I'd like to use as much of it as possible before it's gone. The corn on the cob from the "Picnic Night" was such a hit, I'm going to bring it back because that corn was SO DARN GOOD and it'll be gone before we know it.
I'm also going to be using the amazing Umi Organic noodles once again for the hiyashi chuka ramen. Hiyashi means "cold" and chuka, "Chinese." It basically involves a load of summer veggies mounded on a pile of noodles and a sweet and tangy tare poured over the top. There's usually some kind of protein involved like ham or char siu pork but I'm going to keep it simple this time around with some marinated chicken. Trust me, it'll be delicious!
Oh, and as a reminder, kids are always welcome. Little ones (under 6) are free because we all know that most kids barely eat anything and they usually eat off your plate. If you have a food-loving kid eater, let's just say you can pay their age via honor system when you show up. Just let me know so I can get you seated comfortably. I want these dinners to be family friendly because I feel like it's just as important that the kiddos can experience what I was able to eat growing up!