Malaysia’s cuisine blends local elements with some borrowed from around Southeast Asia. This multicultural fusion had a big impact on Peng S. Looi, part-owner and executive chef at August Moon Chinese Bistro. The first Asian chef to receive the Jefferson Evans Award for Chef of the Year, Peng has been a master chef at World Gourmet Summits in Las Vegas and Dubai. He first moved to Louisville to attend the J.B. Speed Scientific School.
The Frazier’s new four-program supper series weaves a narrative about food using live personal stories and conversations between Kentucky chefs and Robert Bleifer, Executive Chef & Vice President of Culinary at the Food Network. Join us as we take a look at how cooking shapes our world.
First course: Roasted vegetables, asparagus, garam masala, pea shoot, bacon+assam glaze
Second course: Arctic char, lemongrass, curry leaf, pineapple kim chee, mango+sambal yogurt, charred scallion oil
Third course: Chicken rendang, kung pao Brussels sprouts, lotus chip, spiced cashew
Fourth course: Panna cotta, kaffir lime syrup, fruits
General Admission: $125 | Frazier Members: $115