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Photo: Team Studiofeast, plated and ready at Morgan St stop, awaiting the L Train. [Photo by: David Christiansen, http://pop-up-studio.com

“I can’t even describe what just happened, but it was freaking awesome. A Razor, A Shiny Knife, Studiofeast and others just cooked/served a 6 course menu along the whole route of the L Train, one course every 4/5 stops with new teams plating on platforms, serving, then disappearing. It went off flawlessly. The menu:

– Hamchi Crudo, Bone Marrow, Trout Roe, Laproaig, Sweet Lime
– Foie en Brioche, Port Wine, Raisin,
– Ramp, Black Garlic, Cippolini, Morel, Thyme
– Petit Filet Mignon, Pomme Puree, Asparagus
– Pepper Jam, St Andre
– Chocolate & Gold Leaf Panna Cotta, Raspberry

Much more to come, we have wonderful photo/video from the day (I wore a camera mounted to a headband for the entire platform plating & train car service).” – Mike Lee, Captain of Team StudioFeast

Almost 24-hours later, and I’m still on an adrenaline high.  It was an honor to work not only with our team, but with all six wildly talented teams as a whole. Hats of to A Razor, A Shiny Knife for superb event execution, and to StudioFeast for including me in this kickass event. Here’s to many, many more events to come.

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Greenpoint Food Market Launch!

Greenpoint Food Market

Greenpoint Food Market

I am so excited to be taking part in the Greenpoint Food Market (GFM)!

The launch is this Saturday from 12-6pm.

Place: Lutheran Church of Messiah 129 Russell Street btwn Nassau & Driggs

To quote Joann Kim, the creater of this fantastic market, the: “GFM hopes to be a support system for explorative amateur chefs and gourmands wishing to share their goods with the community and maybe even make a buck or two along the way. GFM is all about community involvement and gastronomical gratification, bringing folks together through food appreciation.”

I will be selling gluten-free baked goods, peach cupcakes and zucchini & pineapple cake are on the menu as well as a few other items.  Please come to peruse the local vendors, enjoy live music, and view food-based artwork.