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2018’s “Hottest” Chiang Mai Global Trip with American Express By Invitation Only®

As our global cultures collide, we were fortunate to celebrate and end this past year in Thailand, where the Loi Krathong festivities offered a unique and delicious set of experiences. This American Express By Invitation Only® 3-day global trip with LUCKYRICE founder Danielle Chang, and two-time James Beard Award Winner, Chef/Owner of Pok Pok restaurants, Andy Ricker, included  […]  Read more

XOXO Double-Braised Red Pork Belly

  xoxo double-braised RED pork  SERVES 6  Happy Lunar New Year!  Red-colored meats are eaten for good luck because red is the color of fire, a symbol of good fortune and joy. Eating pork [豬 zhū] is especially auspicious and represents strength and success. “Red cooking” is a Chinese method of stewing or braising with both  […]  Read more

Lucky 8 Lunar New Year Activities

  Get your firecrackers out, new red clothes on and brace yourselves for the red envelopes, because Lunar New Year is just around the corner! Ring in the Year of the Pig with all the exciting cultural festivities this city has to offer. It can be overwhelming what to choose for this seemingly long two-week  […]  Read more

#LUCKY10 – Top Korean Chefs

Happy National Korean-American Day! We’re celebrating today by sharing some of our most cherished Korean chefs who have elevated Korean food as we know it. As our global cultures collide, Korean food is making a huge impression on the American culinary landscape. Today, you can find ingredients such as sesame oil, kimchi, and gochujang in  […]  Read more

Modern Traditions with Yank Sing

This September, LUCKYRICE was able to catch up with Nathan Waller and Vera Chan-Waller at Yank Sing, San Francisco’s most famous dim sum destination. Tying in with our year’s theme of Intergenerational Asian Cuisine, we wanted to include the perfect example of when old meets new, and traditions are made for modern day. Founded in  […]  Read more

LUCKYRICE Holiday Gift Guide 2018

The holidays are a great time of year to unwind and spend time with family and friends, but for others, it can be an overwhelming and stress-inducing period that includes buying presents, preparing holiday feasts, and visiting your mom who won’t stop going on about your weight. That can be a total mood-killer and ruin  […]  Read more

The Kitchen God and other imperial beings at LUCKYRICE with Artist Warren King

New York-based artist Warren King works in a variety of media, but his recent works have focused on the use of corrugated cardboard. He began practicing art full time 2013 while living in Sweden. For 15 years prior, he worked in the software industry in the field of data analytics, and was an executive overseeing professional services.  […]  Read more

BREAKING BAO FAMILY DINNER at CHINA LIVE’s EIGHT TABLES

Five years ago, Chef George Chen shared his vision of a Chinese Emporium with Danielle Chang, LUCKYRICE’s founder, who had every confidence that it would be nothing short of amazing. When Danielle and her team were scouting locations for an exclusive Breaking Bao dinner in San Francisco, CHINA LIVE was at the top of the list  […]  Read more

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

LUCKYRICE x KIMBAP LAB

On Saturday August 18th, LUCKYRICE teamed up with our friends at Kimbap Lab to serve Korean tacos at Whole Foods Market Gowanus. Our budding partnership started last year when Sarah Lee, a co-founder of Kimbap Lab, participated in our New York Feast. Sarah and Chef Wonil Lee opened Kimbap Lab at Whole Foods Williamsburg in  […]  Read more