- an Educational evening of Japanese Food & Culture -
benefiting the California Wildfire Relief Fund
Please come join us for a night centering the theme of DECONSTRUCTION of negativity in our own lives and the world and celebrating the RECONSTRUCTION of hope and togetherness
in the new year.
We will begin the evening with Yuri Baxter Neal of Life Sampling, guiding you through a Japanese spring ceremony, then Yohei Sato of Sato Sharpening will display Japanese style wet stone knife sharpening, and lastly we will sit down for a traditional Kaiseki meal prepared by Megan Denton of Able Farms, accompanied by sake' from Sake One.
Menu includes park, mushroom (Ash Tree Farm), butternut squash (Able Farm), herbs, rice, homemade chickpea miso, sashimi (market fresh), farm greens (Able Farm) and seasonal desert. It will not be vegan or vegetarian friendly. Bubbly water will be served in addition and in lieu of sake if you are alcohol free.
All plate ware will be specially crafted for the evening by ceramicist Mychelle Denton of Tellus Fabulas Ceramics. The evening is being hosted at the Two Stroke Coffee House!
The evening is all about Deconstruction of negativity in our own lives and the world and we will weave that theme throughout the night.
Date: January 20th (Sun)
Time: 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Location: Two Stroke Coffee
(8926 N Lombard St, Portland)
Please bring sunglasses or protective googles with you for a surprise activity.
to see you there!