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USA Tour 2019

CAMBODIAN FOOD TO THE WORLD

Bringing the lost flavors of Cambodia to the USA

Chef Nak is on a mission to rediscover traditional Cambodian recipes, and share it with the world. The cuisine that not too long ago thrived across Cambodia disappeared from the Kingdom’s kitchens as a result of the brutality the country and its people had to endure.

Almost all documentation of the country's cuisine was destroyed in this brutality; food was purely for survival, people made do with what little was made available to them.

Its uniqueness lies in the richness of local produce, subtle layered tastes and nutritional benefits. After years of staying in the shadows, Cambodian cuisine is now rising.

Join Chef Nak to enjoy the recipes she has learnt from her grandma, her mom, her aunt and in her travels around Cambodia in search of the lost flavors and techniques.

Check out her tour dates and get in touch to book an interview at press@rotanak.co

Support Chef Nak in her endeavor to rediscover, preserve and share traditional Cambodian Cuisine with the world by contributing to her Kickstarter campaign and spreading the word.

Support the Protection & Preservation of Cambodian Cuisine

7th - 9th July

MARYLAND

Chef Nak will be in Maryland, one day available.

You can support the protection and preservation of Cambodian cuisine below

10th - 13th July

Washington DC

THURSDAY JULY 11th 2019

Join Chef Nak to celebrate Cambodian food and music at a special evening organized by our friends at City Winery DC.

6pm - onwards

City Winery DC, 1350 Okie St NE, Washington, DC 20002, USA

Enjoy signature dishes from Chef Nak and the incredible music of Cambodia from the Mohori Phirum Ensemble

FRIDAY JULY 12th 2019

Learn more about Chef Nak's mission to protect and preserve Cambodian food and enjoy some signature dishes at Shopkeepers boutique cafe.

Midday - onwards

Shopkeepers, 1231 Florida Ave NE, Washington, DC 20002, USA

You can support the protection and preservation of Cambodian cuisine below

15th - 21st July

Putney, VT

CAMBODIA FOOD AND CULTURE WEEK

MONDAY JULY 15th 2019
Putney General Store - breakfast and lunch, Cambodian noodle soup with duck - 7am - 2pm
 
TUESDAY JULY 16TH 2019
Putney COOP Lunch buffet - 12pm
Putney Public Library - 7pm
Readings from Never Fall Down, memoir of Arn Chorn-Pond (Cambodian-American refugee from Pol Pot’s genocide)
 
WEDNESDAY JULY 17TH 2019
Next Stage Arts: Cooking Demonstration and Meal - 6pm-9pm
At cafe tables, have a glass of wine during a four course cooking demonstration. After each course is demonstrated, tapas sized plates will be passed for all to sample. Also conversation about Chef Nak’s vision for global promotion of Cambodian cuisine and her cookbooks.
 
THURSDAY JULY 18TH 2019
Putney Library: “Story of the Dog” documentary presented by Sandglass Theater. - 7pm
"Story of the Dog" is a puppet show created by Sandglass in Cambodia in 2004 and then also toured the USA.
 
FRIDAY JULY 19TH 2019
Antidote Books: Cookbook talk and demonstration and eating of one dish - 5pm
 
SUNDAY JULY 21ST 2019
Four course tasting menu at the Gleanery, with Chef Nak telling a brief story about each dish. - 6pm
Call the Gleanery for Reservations - 802-387-3052
 

You can support the protection and preservation of Cambodian cuisine below

24th - 4th August

New York City

Chef Nak is available for private dining events, interviews and appearances where space in schedule allows.

FRIDAY JULY 26TH 2019

Private Dining Event

SATURDAY JULY 27TH 2019

Private Dining Event

TUESDAY AUGUST 1ST 2019

Private Dining Event

You can support the protection and preservation of Cambodian cuisine below