We’re back! We took a blog break for a couple months to focus on building the business but that doesn’t mean we weren’t doing blog-worthy thangs. Time just flies by so fast, though. Blink and you miss it. Wow.
While you were
sleeping tweeting, we had a grand ol’ time on January 21 at Mouth of the Border’s supper club, Midnight Brunch: Wild Card Edition. Mad you missed it? Request an invitation by filling out this form. It was a hot and wild celebration, featuring a gluten-free Thai Feast at a chic private home in the Meatpacking District. We had a professional poker player playing co-host and delightful Orient-inspired cocktails created by Mr. Hal Wolin. In the kitchen, we had tons of help prepping and plating by the lovely (and gluten-free eater) Laura Huben as well as our fantastic volunteer staff.
Close to 30 people joined us for our secret rendez-vous. The menu was laced through with fish sauce, citrus, lemongrass, soy sauce and coconut milk; the hallmark flavors of Thailand.
We kicked the night off with beef sate and peanut sauce with a quick-pickled cucumber salad. We warmed up on a snowy night with the first course of our seated meal: a home style coconut curry chicken soup. We slow-simmered chicken on the bone with lemongrass, adding in lime, soy sauce and cilantro at the end.
The main meal was a party on a plate with pineapple fried rice and roasted pork made with local Mangalitsa pork (a heritage breed that is as juicy and fat-marbled as beef) from Mosefund Farm. We played a pair of Aces with two desserts: “nun bananas” (bananas poached in coconut milk and vanilla beans) served with coconut milk custard.
I love sharing details about upcoming tasty trips and adventures, so you won’t want to miss a bite. As always, please feel free to chat with me on Twitter, join our group on Facebook and keep up with new posts here by subscribing. Request an invite to future Midnight Brunch events here.***