matcha: drunken dish, august 19

Good people of the Bay Area. Time to make plans for another installment of MATCHA, the Asian Art Museum's bi-monthly art/music/mixer thing. This month: Drunken Dish. We're talking food and wine, baby. It's happening Thursday, August 19 at the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco. Here are some more details:
MATCHA: Drunken Dish
Thursday, Aug 19, 5-9 pm
Asian Art Museum
Only $10 (includes admission to Shanghai)
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Shanghai is one of China’s most famous culinary regions, known for its assertive flavors and fresh ingredients. We’ve paired with the Asian Culinary Forum to present a talk and cooking demonstration on Shanghai cuisine with Martin Yan and Chef Nei of the celebrated local restaurant Jai Yun! They’ll prepare dishes from the Shanghai specialty of marinating food in Chinese wine: vegetarian goose with bean curd and rice wine, pickled cucumber in Huang Chiew wine, and the famous “drunken chicken” with Shaoxing wine. Enjoy small refreshing bites, kick back with music by DJ Friendly Traveler, toast with a drink from the cash bar, make architectural art, tour SHANGHAI before it ends on Sept. 5, and more!
Want to win free tickets? The Asian Art Museum is giving away a pair of tickets to one lucky, randomly drawn winner. All you have to do is email asianartmuseumsf@gmail.com by Tuesday morning, August 17, with the subject line "I wanna see Shanghai." You must include your phone number. You'll be contacted if you win.

For more information about the Drunken Dish MATCHA event, go here. For more information about the "Shanghai" exhibit, which runs through September 5, go to the Asian Art Museum website here.

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