Uong and other local Chefs will team up for a Sunday Supper to benefit Fill the Needs, a NOLA-based non-profit organization to asessing, evaluating and implementing a coordinated network of resources following a disaster. Currently, Fill the Needs is working dilligently to help victims of Hurricane Ian.
This Sunday, guests can help those who’ve been hit hard by Ian while enjoying a five-course dinner featuring creative dishes prepared by the talented chef from Piece of Mean, Kin, Palm & Pine, and Plume Algiers. Priced at $85 per person (excluding alcoholic beverages, tax, and gratuity), 25% of ticket sales will go directly to Fill the Needs.
This will be the Sunday menu
SPAM ya heard?, chorizo, Spanish rice, nori, red mole
Leighann Smith & Stephen Reyes, Piece of Meat Butcher
Mulai Kattiya Taniyam
Sprouted mung beans, green chili, ginger, cilantro, mustard oil
Tyler Stuart & Merritt Coscia, Plume
Chicken Fried Pork Brains, udon noodles, mustard cream sauce
Matthew Engle & Hieu Than, kinland
Hot Gulf Shrimp + Hominy
Fall succotash, chocolate reaper chintextle, sour corn chow chow
Amarys Koenig Herndon & Jordan Herndon, Palm & Pine
Chocolate, pomegranate, guntar chile, mischievous nuts
Heather Pickett + Jonathan Klaskala, Mister Mao
Tickets to the Hurricane Ian Relief charitable dinner are limited (60 seats available per seating) and are available on RESY.
About Fill the Needs
The first two weeks following a disaster are critical. Large organizations and government agencies are mobilizing but not always actively engaged in relief efforts. Fill the Needs, does just that. They rapidly deploy networks to identify the appropriate resources, locations and teams to activate. Whether it is feeding thousands of facilitating 18-wheelers or identifying safe locations for people after a disaster, the team is there to assess, evaluate and implement a coordinated network of resources.
When: Sunday, October 23
Where: Mister Mao 4501 Tchoupitoulas, New Olreans
Price: $85 per person
Featured image by Mister Mao @mistermaonola