Don't these people look like they're having fun? You too can be like them if you come to Brooklyn Street Local on Sunday, Feb. 28 for Sarap's first-ever kamayan dinner. Eat with your hands and enjoy the best locally raised pork, beef, and lamb on banana leaves. Napkins and utensils are overrated.
This is a pop-up to benefit our friends at Melo Farms, who need to buy a tractor. Tickets are on sale now at sarapdetroit.com.
Bistek (skirt steak marinated in soy sauce and calamansi, a Filipino citrus)
Crispy pata (deep-fried pork trotters)
Lechon kawali (deep-fried pork belly)
Duck adobo (duck braised in coconut milk, chilies, soy sauce, and vinegar)
Assorted vegetables (roasted tomato and shallot salad, bok choy, and eggplant)
House-made dipping sauces and achara (pickled green papaya)
Garlic fried rice
Halo-halo with house-made ube-coconut ice cream