This weeks participants explored the culture of China and served a traditional meal that included vegetarian and pork dumplings, a cucumber salad, egg pancake with fried rice, cold sweet bean soup for dessert and herbal teas.
Camp attendants learned a little bit about the country of China’s air pollution problem and how it effects us here in the United States. As a group we learned how to sing “Head, shoulders, knees and toes” in Chinese and performed it for restaurant attendants-what fun!
Below are a few of the roses and thorns written by those who enjoyed our meal on Thursday:
“Love the welcoming friendly service and great attention to details! Dumplings were fantastic!”
“Lunch plate was great! Cucumbers a favorite. Bean soup-different!”
“Egg pancake was amazing! Thanks!”
“Good job everyone!”
“Would love the cucumber salad recipe!”
“Thank you for all of your hard work. I certainly want to attend again.”
“Delicious! I really liked the different flavors.”
“Pork dumplings hit the spot!”
If you are interested in attending our pop-up restaurant, which are held on Thursdays at noon, please contact Tad MacMillan (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Wick Prichard (email@example.com).