Sunday, July 29, 2018

The 9th Annual LUCKYRICE Feast Tour "Breaking Bao" kicked off in LA

Photos at Vibiana by Karen Ostlund  #Luckyrice18  #EatDrinkGetLucky
Entrance table at Vibiana July 26 featuring LUCKYRICE dishes served

 The 9th Annual LUCKYRICE™ FEAST “Breaking Bao" took place Sunday July 26th at Vibiana Cathedral in Los Angeles, celebrating Inter-generational Cuisine Flavors from : Burmese, Chinese, Filipino, Indonesia, Japanese, Korean, Malaysia, Taiwanese, Thai and Vietnamese.

Oct. 4 Otakuisine Dinner in San Fransisco
Oct.11  Otakuisine Dinner in Houston
Oct. 18  Otakuisine Dinner in Miami
Nov. 16-18 Forbidden Rice in New York
 The evening’s host was world-renowned chef Susur Lee, who has paved the future of global Asian culture. It’s a family affair in the Bent-Lee kitchen with his sons Levi, Kai and Jet.
"This year, we're highlighting generations of family meals, special birthdays, holidays and sick days that taught our creative trust of Angeleno Asian cuisine, about making Asian food. Bringing young and old together, LUCKYRICE showcases the secret family heirloom dishes of our lucky food stars” said Chef Susur Lee.

Hong Kong-born Toronto-based Susur Lee (center Chef) is best known in US, as the Chef with the highest score in Top Chef Masters history (photo from BravoTV in June 9, 2010) and made it all the way to the Season 2 finals, where he tied with Rick Moonen for second place a half point behind Marcus Samuelsson.
Susur became a worldwide leader in Asian fusion cuisine, because of blending traditional Chinese dishes with classical French techniques. 
Danielle Chang, author of LUCKYRICE cookbook
Danielle Chang is the founder of the LUCKYRICE Festival, the nationwide traveling showcase of Asian food culture in the U.S. For LUCKY CHOW, she has put together both iconic and rising star chefs to showcase  in Asian culinary culture today. She was born in Taipei,where she learned from an early age that food + family = a recipe for happiness. Danielle learned how to make zongzi from her 98 year old Shanghai grandmother, grew up eating chicken feet in Houston when Asian food were a novelty, which later inspired her to write the debut cookbook LUCKYRICE.

BONE KETTLE:, Chef Erwin Tjahyadi, Steak Tartare w/ Garlic Krupuk: St Helen's Ranch Hanger Steak with chili vinaigrette, lemongrass, mint, basil, fried garlic krupuk
PHORAGE: Chef Perry Cheung, Pork Wonton with Truffle Sauce
MAMA MUSUBI : Chef Tomoko Imade Dyen,
O-chazuke: Small rice balls topped with beef (or fish) or vegetables

TATANG: Chef Jamby Roi
"Lon-Ga-Nisa" Meatball: Pork and shrimp served with Banana BBQ Sauce and Crispy Garlic

STAY LUCKY Chef Vinh Ngyuen, Suanla Chaoshou with pork and shrimp (Sichuan Hot & Sour Wonton)
HIP HOT: Chef Tiantian, Solo Hot Pot: Beef ball, fish, tofu, broccoli and glass noodles
Chinese Seafood Risotto: Abrorio rice congee, whipped seafood and tofu cream mousse, house-seasoned fish crumble ginger and herbs

LUCKYRICE featuring @conscious_cooking, Culinary Content Creator Christine Wong, Vegan Pekingbello Bites
KIKORI Japanese Whiskey

THE DRINK MENU: Kirin Ichiban, Kikori Whiskey, Suntory Whisky Toki, Mutual Trading - Sake & Shochu, San Pellegrino, Perrier, Bruce Cost Ginger Ale and Coffee Hall.

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