SECOND SEATING: 8:30 p.m. April 24 Jewish-Filipino Dinner at Eastern Market

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SECOND SEATING: 8:30 p.m. April 24 Jewish-Filipino Dinner at Eastern Market

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From 1937-41, about 1,200 European Jews fleeing the Nazis found an unlikely new home: the Philippines. This little-known chapter of World War II history will be recognized though a special pop-up collaborative dinner between Sarap and Eastern Market chef Aaron Egan at 8:30 p.m. Monday, April 24 at Eastern Market Shed 5. It's also a way to highlight how food can bring cultures together and be a catalyst for conversation.

We imagined what life would be like for a Jewish refugee newly arrived in the Philippines. What dishes of home can I make using what's available? That was the inspiration for this menu. 

Menu

First
Kare Kare
Lamb shoulder, eggplant, kasha, green beans 

Second
“Borscht”
Beets, coconut milk, cilantro oil, sprouts

Third
Adobo Schnitzel
Chicken, ube spaetzle, gribnes, calamansi coconut “beurre blanc”

Fourth
Cholent Bulalo
Braised beef, bone marrow, rice, beans, bok choy, sour gravy

Fifth
Turon
Jackfruit, banana, crispy rice wrapper, coconut caramel, sesame seeds

This menu may contain egg, milk, soy, wheat or other allergens. We cannot guarantee that food allergens will not be transferred through accidental cross-contact.

Dishes subject to change depending on availability of ingredients.

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