Category: Etc.

Asian in America: Chef Jenny Dorsey

Jenny Dorsey is a professional chef and artist with a special focus on experimental culinary content and experiences with emerging technology. Her background is in fine dining; she worked in Michelin-starred restaurants in both NYC and SF before launching her own consulting business, co-founding popular dinner series Wednesdays NYC, and finding her niche with food and tech.  […]  Read more

Celebrating Dad

  Who better to show us the power of intergenerational cuisine than the irrepressible world-renowned chef Susur Lee, who paves the future of global Asian culture with his sons Levi, Kai and Jet. It’s a family affair in the Bent-Lee kitchen. LUCKYRICE is honored to announce their hosting Breaking Bao Intergenerational Feast Reserve your tickets today to meet  […]  Read more

5 Festive Asian Christmas Feasts From Around The World

Here’s to a cheerful (and delicious) holiday season! Whether you’re near or far from home, culinary traditions can make Christmas a very special day. These are some of our favorite Asian holiday foods from around the world:   China Christmas isn’t an official holiday in China so it’s mostly celebrated in large cities. However, those who  […]  Read more

Serve Thanksgiving With Asian Flair

It’s Thursday but for some reason it feels like a Sunday. It smells like dinner but you know it has to be morning because it’s light out. Then again, it gets dark out at 3pm now that you’ve set your clock back for Daylight Savings. You walk into the kitchen and see signs of unusual  […]  Read more

LUCKYRICE alum An Choi to Open Di An Di in Greenpoint

We’re unapologetic braggers when it comes to our network of emerging talent in Asian and Asian-inspired cuisines. So many great chefs have debuted or incubated at LUCKYRICE Grand Feasts over the course of the last decade. Few of these inaugural upstarts delight us like the Lower East Side gem, Ăn Chơi. The restaurant is as well  […]  Read more

10 Japanese Reasons to Learn Spanish

Hola, gatitos! In our ongoing requiem to Miami’s Latin-Asian fusion bonanza, the Luckyrice team is learning it’s not just food, but our languages that have a lot of crossover appeal.  Some of it’s just straight up assimilation.  Here are just some of our favorite Spanish and Portuguese to Japanese convergences. Just make sure you’re using them in  […]  Read more

#LuckyriceHouston: Underbelly’s Chef Chris Shepard on Hurricane Harvey

LUCKYRICE: Can you tell us a little more about Underbelly’s conception as a Creole restaurant? It’s influenced by the burgeoning amount of diversity found in Houston but if you could share with us a bit more about you got into cooking and you see culture and cuisine to be reflective of one another.  Chef Chris:  […]  Read more

#LuckyriceHouston: Uchi’s Duong Nguyen on Hurricane Harvey

Paying homage to what it means to be #HoustonStrong, we wanted to give the unsung heroes in the restaurant industry a chance to speak for themselves and recount their experiences of Hurricane Harvey. Here Uchi Houston’s Duong Nguyen, a sushi chef who has been at Uchi since November 2015, shares his story.  Hurricane Harvey was  […]  Read more

#LuckyriceHouston: Uchi’s Anthony Pham on Hurricane Harvey

Paying homage to what it means to be #HoustonStrong, we wanted to give the unsung heroes in the restaurant industry a chance to speak for themselves and recount their experiences of Hurricane Harvey. Here we chatted with Uchi Houston’s Anthony Pham, a server and one of their primary floor trainers who has been at Uchi  […]  Read more