Sunday, February 12, 2012

Cookin with 'Dre

(photo credit: Stephane Feugere)

Thursday we cooked at the homie Andre' Saraiva spot, Le Baron, for Annabelle Dexter-Jones and Faith Connexion. The menu was

First Course

Taiwanese Black Chicken Soup with Lion's Head Meatball

Salt Fish Country Sausage Bao


Second Course

La Frieda Creekstone Ground Beef and Fennel Dumplings

Zha Jiang Mien


Third Course

Szechuan Peppercorn Roasted Chicken with Broccoli Rabe and X.O. Dried Scallop Fried Rice


Dessert

Mantou and Longan Bread Pudding (I make the same dessert errytime cause the boy can't bake, ovens is for Jordans)


This was the Black Chicken, free range, native to Taiwan.


This was CHEF SEZ enjoying the Bao with Soup


This is Jeff breaking the Le Baron kitchen's cherry.


Roasted Chicken and Fried Rice


Fancy peoples eating


Some real sexy shawties


TOM SACHS WAS IN THE BUILDING! I FUX WIT HIS SHIT.


Nina Garcia was in the building. Bring Kors wit you next time, he funny.



Then I slid uptown to catch GHOST, RAE, and METH... It was a good day

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  3. Dear venue-connaisseurs,
    Where do I party in NY this Saturday and how do I get in?
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