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Celebrate the festive season with a "low-carbon" feast by the Chao Phraya River

The chef behind Seven Spoons and Sheepshank hosts an environmentally-friendly Sunday afternoon. 

By Natcha Sanguankiattichai | Dec 13, 2016

  • Celebrate the festive season with a "low-carbon" feast by the Chao Phraya River
  • Celebrate the festive season with a "low-carbon" feast by the Chao Phraya River
  • Celebrate the festive season with a "low-carbon" feast by the Chao Phraya River

To celebrate the year-end festivities, Sheepshank hosts an environmentally-friendly Sunday afternoon this Dec 18.

Chill by the river and enjoy a range of food made with lots of local ingredients from chef-proprietor Somkiet “Joke” Pairojmahakij (also of Seven Spoons).

Dishes include capsicum stuffed with job's tears and cheese, watermelon with Cajun catfish, black basil and heirloom tomato salad, smelt with wild Szechuan pepper tartar sauce and Thai brussel sprout croquettes with Kampot pink peppercorns.

The eat-and-mingle event aims to promote a low-carbon diet; that is, eating choices that cause less greenhouse gas emissions due to production and transportation options.

There will also be a raffle, live music by Ped Bluesman and a live art performance by Spanish street artist Sath.

Proceeds will go towards support a women-led beekeeping and tree-planting initiative in Nepal. For tickets (B1,000 per person), visit bit.ly/2hySopx.

47 Phra Athit Rd., 02-629-5165

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