Chef Andrea Carlson (Burdock & Co) will be partnering with Chef Masayoshi Baba and Masa Shiroki on the Masa, Masa, Matsutake collaborative dinner at Burdock & Co this Sunday, November 20.
The dinner is selling out fast! They are considering offering a second seating. If interested in joining the waitlist, please contact the restaurant by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 604-879-0077 by Thursday, November 17 at 12pm.
Think pine mushroom seasonal dishes paired with locally made sakes (Artisan SakeMaker). Also appearing on the menu will be B.C. grown rice from Shiroki’s Abbotsford rice farm – the first sake rice production in Canadian history and the most northerly rice production in the world!
For more info and to purchase tickets head over https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/masa-masa-matsutake-tickets-28933753636.
Burdock & Co,
2702 Main St, Vancouver, BC V5T 3E8
Sunday November 20th, 9:00pm; potential seating by RSVP
Burdock & Co, 2702 Main St
Dinner $89 (plus taxes + gratuities)
Sake Pairing $40 (plus taxes + gratuities)
Chef Andrea Carlson was first inspired to collaborate with Chef Masayoshi after visiting his Fraserhood restaurant and having the Omakase menu, especially enjoying the Clear Soup, made to order, tableside and watching his intricate and precise knife skills. Burdockandco.com
Masayoshi Baba was born with great passion of Japanese cuisine. He has almost 20 years of kitchen and sushi experiences with many types of Japanese cuisine, “WA SHOKU” but his passion is not only Japanese food. He has studied many kinds of international cuisine. He started his kitchen experience when he was a university student. Since then, he has never stopped studying food. His creations are based on Japanese cooking techniques but he uses many different cultures’ cooking techniques to get UMAMI out from each ingredient with perfect timing and seasons. Since he came to Vancouver, he is leading Vancouver Sushi culture as a sushi chef. He was working as a sushi chef at one of the high-end Japanese restaurants for about 10 years and finally he opened his own restaurant with his passion and his own creations. Masayoshi.ca
Masa Shiroki is the Sake Maker for Osake Sakes on Granville Island, which is known as a unique commercial winery that produces award winning, hand-made, small batch sake. Also in his portfolio is rice farm in the Fraser Valley of British Columbia, marking it the first sake rice production in Canadian history! It is also the most northerly rice production region in the world. Shiroki’s Abbotsford rice not only goes towards Sake but can also be found on menus in many Vancouver restaurants. Artisansakemaker.com
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