The #LuckyriceSF Plant-Based Edition Feast Recap

As a nod to the rich heritage and legacy of the Bay Area, as well as it being the hometown of our founder, Danielle Chang, LUCKYRICE held its first plant-based Feast on September 8th, 2017 at the Bently Reserve. When asked why go plant-based Danielle had this to say, “Since so much of the Asian-American immigrant experience is rooted in the soil of Bay Area farms, it makes sense to pay homage to that history while celebrating the new culinary expressions being created by the younger generation. And, while filming season 2 of my PBS show Lucky Chow, I was so inspired by the featured local farmers, like Kristyn Leach of Namu and Ross Koda of Koda Farms. They, like so many other Bay Area residents, are committed to seasonality, locality, and innovation in sustainability.” With over 20 vendors, taiko drums, calligraphy and pop art by Malcom Stuart, we reminisce here on a truly magical evening. 

Photos by Kelsey Floyd
Photos by Kelsey Floyd
Photos by Kelsey Floyd
Photos by Kelsey Floyd
Photos by Kelsey Floyd
Photos by Kelsey Floyd
Photos by Kelsey Floyd
Photos by Kelsey Floyd
Photos by Kelsey Floyd
Photos by Kelsey Floyd
Photos by Kelsey Floyd
Photos by Kelsey Floyd