Kitchen Rodeo #49: Cacio e Chili Oil with 886’s Eric Sze, Benefiting Heart of Dinner
Friday, 7/24 | 7pm ET | via Zoom
$730 by 23 people
Please note: tickets are required to attend this event.
Zoom link and detailed ingredients list will be included in your ticket receipt from GiveButter.
This event will be hosted digitally.
Details to view the event are private and will be provided upon ticket purchase.
100% Proceeds from this class go towards Heart of Dinner, cooking hot lunchboxes for those most vulnerable in/near the Chinatown area with a heavy focus on the homebound elderly. ICYMI: This organization was founded by friend of Kitchen Rodeo, the wonderful Moonlynn Tsai of Kopitiam ❤️
In this Kitchen Rodeo, he is revealing the secrets behind the fan favorite dish from his Shy Boyz Club pop-up: Cacio e Chili Oil. Think everything you love about this classic pasta dish and multiply it x100. It’s cheesy, umami filled, with an addictive kick from chili oil. Yes. Please.
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