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Thursday, March 13, 2014

4 course asparagus dinner, Sat. March 22

Saturday, March 22, 2014
7 pm
Limited space for 10
in a loft in oakland
$40/person
byob

Celebrating the asparagus harvest with a unique 4 course asparagus menu

Soup
Asparagus-potato miso chowder with asparagus tempura

Appetizer plate
Roasted asparagus-walnut puree
shaved asparagus salad
fried asparagus dumplings

Entree
Tempeh and asparagus with spicy tamarind sauce
shitake stir fried with lemongrass and ginger
sweet rice steamed in lotus leaf

Dessert
Asparagus donuts
Asparagus sorbet
chocolate port sauce

1 comment:

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