(Participation link will be provided in a follow-up email).
Sweet and tangy, Filipino barbecue is a popular street food, regularly served out of carts, brought to New Haven by chef Kevin McGuire, founder of KAWIT!. McGuire’s KAWIT! menu consists of everything from fluffy steamed buns filled with BBQ pork to noodles and tamales. In this virtual class, you’ll learn the basics of Filipino barbecue over drinks from Ordinary, New Haven’s world-renowned cocktail bar. Ordinary is furnishing three craft cocktails: one for greeting, one for the learning portion of the class, and one to be paired with your Filipino BBQ dinner. Participants will receive a recipe and ingredient list from Kawit!, along with a cocktail kit to be picked up from Ordinary. Sultry sips in hand, you'll learn to cook adobo two different ways--vegan and chicken--with steamed rice.
Remember: Each ticket includes a cocktail kit from Ordinary. You can pick up your cocktail kit from Ordinary (990 Chapel Street) on May 18 between 4 and 7 PM.
Ingredient List for KAWIT!:
Be sure to have all items ready before the event!
Cutting board, Knife, Dutch oven, Pot with lid for rice, Linen towel or paper towel, Measuring cup, Measuring spoons, Tongs
2C Jasmine rice
4 Chicken leg quarters OR 4C Extra firm tofu
1C Filipino soy sauce (or preferred style)
1C Sugar cane vinegar (sub white vin.)
1/2C Coconut milk
10 Cloves garlic (chopped)
2t Black peppercorns
3T Brown sugar
3 Bay leaves
1 Bunch scallion or chives (garnish)