Plowshare Farms will welcome Angelina (Ange) Branca from Philadelphia’s most popular Malaysian restaurant, Sate Kampar, to the beautiful Bucks County countryside for their second on-farm dinner of the year. For the dinner, Ange plans to create a Nasi Kandar experience. A Kandar is a stick from which large baskets hang on both ends, typically used to carry produce or food to the market. Tamil Muslim vendors carry them while gathered in busy through-streets to sell their curries and rice, which are cooked using produce from the local markets. It is a meal typically eaten by hand on a banana leaf plate.
The dinner kicks off with a welcome reception and a cocktail hour featuring passed hors d'oeuvres and farm-fresh sips from Slow Drinks’ Danny Child, a former Plowshare farm-hand who creates shrubs, amari, cocktails, and sodas reflective of the seasons and local bounty. Opening refreshments will be followed by a walking farm tour with Ange, Teddy, and Faith, four family-style courses, and drink pairings from Dad’s Hat Rye Whiskey. The dinner will wrap up near sunset with a selection of Plowshare Farms’ comb honey paired with complementary treats, and coffee service by Brig O' Doon Coffee House of Ottsville, PA.
Sate Kampar to Create Genuine Malaysian Experience
- July 21, 2018
- Plowshare Farms