On March 24th, we will partner with the Specktator for a special event. We’ll re-create classic TV dinners Here are the details:
As a kid, who didn’t love TV dinners? Dining on mushy and/or flavorless food on a TV tray while watching your favorite show was pretty much a rite of passage (unless, you were the neighborhood kids whose parents wouldn’t let them watch TV).
Chef Dennis Chan remembers those days fondly and wanted to re-create the TV dinner experience but for an adult palate. The TV Dinner Dinner is a three-course meal featuring two of the most popular entreés, along with grown-up-kid-approved appetizer and dessert. (Kerry “The Specktator” Speckman was a big fan too, but she can cook about as well as Cindy Brady could say, “She sells seashells down by the seashore.”)
Mille Feuille-enrobed mini-link sausage with mustard dipping sauce
Salisbury steak with forest mushroom demi-glace
Buttermilk fried chicken with country gravy
and duchess mashed potatoes flavored with Parmesan
Molten-center brownie bundt
I look forward to seeing you!
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Chef Dennis Chan is the creator of Blue Bamboo, a great restaurant. He writes this blog as an outlet for his food ideas and to keep fans of Blue Bamboo, Hip Asian Comfort Food and his cooking classes up-to-date.
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