Butcher Paper Dinner: Korean BBQ

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Butcher Paper Dinner: Korean BBQ

95.00

Ty-Lör Boring brings back Korean BBQ
July 23, 3pm - 7pm
Brooklyn Grange, Flagship Farm in Long Island City

Chef Ty-Lor Boring is back at Brooklyn Grange for what was one of our favorite meals of all of 2016, Korean BBQ! Get ready for a fusion of farm-fresh ingredients and far-east flavors that will knock your socks off.

When Ty-lor sent over his menu ideas our mouths literally started watering. Chinese duck fresh rolls, Indonesian-Caribbean curry grilled chicken with wild harvested honey, black cardamom braised country pork ribs. I mean come on!  
Ty-lor has traveled the world (we’re not exaggerating - 20 countries on 4 continents) and brings his extensive knowledge of culture, flavor profiles, and spice to every dish he creates. He’s just as comfortable creating multi-course tastings at downtown Manhattan eateries as he is manning the grill at a street stall in Thailand. And that’s just how we like ‘em for this dynamic dinner series.

It’s a fitting feast for the most ethnically diverse urban area in the world i.e. Queens, NY.

Add in a DJ, cold beer, NY state wine, and sunset views over the Manhattan skyline and you’ve got yourself one of the most memorable dinners of all time.  

SCHEDULE:

3pm - 4pm: Snacks, drinks, explore the farm

4pm: Dinner is served!

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Chef Ty-Lor Boring is back at Brooklyn Grange for a butcher paper dinner first, Korean BBQ! Get ready for a fusion of farm-fresh ingredients and far-east flavors that will knock your socks off.

 

When Ty-lor sent over his menu ideas our mouths literally started watering. Chinese duck fresh rolls, Indonesian-Caribbean curry grilled chicken with wild harvested honey, black cardamom braised country pork ribs. I mean come on!  

 

Ty-lor has traveled the world (we’re not exaggerating - 20 countries on 4 continents) and brings his extensive knowledge of culture, flavor profiles, and spice to every dish he creates. He’s just as comfortable creating multi-course tastings at downtown Manhattan eateries as he is manning the grill at a street stall in thailand. And that’s just how we like ‘em for this dynamic dinner series.

 

It’s a fitting feast for the most ethnically diverse urban area in the world i.e. Queens, NY.

 

Add in a DJ, cold beer, NY state wine, and sunset views over the Manhattan skyline and you’ve got yourself one of the most memorable dinners of all time.

 

SCHEDULE:

 

3pm - 4pm: Snacks, drinks, explore the farm

4pm: Dinner is served!