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"Sounds Delicious" is a proprietary Salastina format developed in 2012. It's a contemporary, multi-sensory take on the salon tradition in which we collaborate with a chef to come up with a menu for your ears and taste buds. A piece of music is performed, and a course of food inspired by that music is served. We talk about the connection between the two, and a lovely party ensues!
Salastina teams up with Un-Curry, the first organic Indian catering company in Los Angeles, to present a Sounds Delicious event celebrating the diverse flavors of India's people, cultures, and cuisines.
The menu reflects the variety of travelers who came to India over the ages, each bringing their own music, art, religion, and literature along with them.
This event is BYOW.
Welcome Drink & Amuse Bouche
Avocado Crema with Curry Leaves
Trio of Chicken Flavors
The Stereotype (Chicken Tikka Masala), The Myth (French Vadouvan Curry), and The Reality (Rajasthani Pickled Chicken)
Rimsky-Korsakov: Hindu Song
Jewish & Portuguese Influences
Baghdadi Jewish Fish & Mango Salad with Goan Prawn Balchao
Tomato coconut soup with rice and ghee
Awachita Parimalu: an Abhanga by the Saint-Poet Dnyaneshwar, performed by Saili Oak
Kashmiri Pomegranate Lamb
Persian Orange Pilaf, Bengali Potatoes with Poppy Seeds, and Mixed Greens with Radishes, Pistachios, Berries, and Ginger-Lime Dressing
Esmail: String Quartet, mvmt 1
English Eton Mess
Meringues with Sliced Strawberries, Cardamom Whipped Cream, and Star Anise Drizzle
Holst: St. Paul Suite (excerpts)
Indian Spiced Chai OR South Indian Filter Coffee
On the Table
Kerala Coconut Chutney + Marathi Onion Chutney
Sparkling Water and Sparkling Lemonade
Vegetarian Options Available
Please indicate dietary restrictions as soon as possible
Kevin Kumar and Maia Jasper White, co-directors and violins
Zach Dellinger, viola
Giovanna Moraga Clayton, cello
Saili Oak, vocals
$135 / per person
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