Monthly Archives: June 2009

When Paris met Shanghai 1

Last Tuesday we hosted a late-June dinner for thirty in a quaint Brooklyn apartment. French and Chinese fusion was the theme of the meal, with duck from D’Artagnan, local organic veggies from Sang Lee Farms and wines from Wolffer Estate Winery. A recipe for one of the canapes is at Not Eating Out in New [...]

“Paris of the East” dinner is June 23rd 0

Join us for another evening of East-West eats, meet-the-farmer discussion and neighborly company at our next dinner, “Paris of the East.” A playful nod to the decadent and Western-influenced Shanghai of the 1930s and 40s, we will be serving five courses and cocktail-hour canapes inspired by French and Chinese cuisines. Dressing up is not discouraged.

Event Wrap-Up: The ‘Cue 0

We’re still recovering from all the cooking, but thank everyone for coming to the Hapa Kitchen BBQ at BKLYNYard! Village Voice has the scoop on what was served, and check out the photos by Nicky Digital.

Loving Day Celebration is Today! 0

First of all, along with Finger on the Pulse, MeanRed Productions and Nicky Digital, we cannot even begin to thank the 600 people who came through the gates of BKLYNYard last night for some Hapa ‘cue. But we will in the next post. Because today is the anniversary of what many hapa and bi/multiracial Americans [...]