Eat by E - Events

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Up until my late teens, most of my summers were spent in Hawaii. I was exposed to cooking and amazing food at a young age by my grandparents and other family members, who all lived within blocks from each other in an area called Moanalua Valley. This meal will be reminiscent of some of the flavors and dishes that remind me of my time spent there.

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Use the discount code "Didyoueat" for $15 off any of our upcoming events on the #Feastly website. Discount expires on February 28th.

At a recent private event the guests requested a pork belly sisig. Here's what we prepared.. Pork belly braised in soy sauce, calamansi, ginger, beer, garlic, chicken stock...then chopped, crisped, and topped with diced onions and serrano peppers.

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Come join us in #SF from February 28th-March 3rd for our newest menu in our ongoing series of events with @lanai and @kaukauhi. We recently hosted our "Hawaii :A Culinary Crossroads" dinner at the amazing event space at @heidrunmeadery.. We're getting ready to host our next series of dinners and excited to introduce the new menu! With this special pop-up series, we invite you to continue a tradition of sharing culture and memories at the dinner table. Please join us for a sentimental meal, libations, and great company.🥂 Link to book seats and the full menu in bio...🎸🎶: @afranciscomusic.. 🎥 : @destwination / @frogmint ...

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Come join us on March 16th in #Emeryville for our #SummerInHawaii menu. We're starting off the meal with #tunapoke made with Hawaiian Bigeye Tuna. We'll be preparing four additional courses inspired by my childhood summers spent in Hawaii. Link to book seats and the full menu in my profile. Hope to see you there! ...

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Eats By E shared's Cooking Hawaiian StylePromo Episode 810 Chef Eric Pascual. ...

This weeks Cooking Hawaiian Style presented by Kualoa Ranch & Private Nature Reserve features Eric Pascual from San Francisco. Chef Eric was born and raised in San Francisco but has deep family ties to Hawaii and grew up spending summers there in the kitchen with his grandmother learning her culinary secrets.

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