Pictures of the first dinner club event

Two weeks ago I hosted the first “Taste Hiker” dinner event in our cozy living room. It was a huge success. I was so glad that all of my guests had a lot of fun and were very satisfied with my culinary “East meets West” creations. 😀

So, here are some pictures of the dishes from the exciting menu of last event: “In five dishes around the world”.

Aperitif: Melonade Prosecco Cocktail

First course: Autumn soup of roasted pumpkin and coconut milk with caramelized prosciutto

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Second course: A selection of Qin’s “Chinese tapas”: Dim Sum variations

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Third course: Honey chicken with a nutty sweet potato cream on crispy shrimp chips

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Fourth course: Thai curry risotto with crispy tempura prawns

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Dessert: Norwegian brown cheese ice cream with green tea cookies on raspberry sauce

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The event location

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I am so much looking forward to the next Dinner Event! The topic this time will be “Europe meets China“. Of course I am going to post the pictures of the dishes in my blog as well!

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3 thoughts on “Pictures of the first dinner club event

    1. Qin Post author

      Hey Sylvia,

      thanks! I also love my plates! 😀 I love to collect beautiful plates from different countries through my trips there. My favorite countries for this purpose are definitely Japan and France. Every time I brought suitcases full of plates and bowls back home. 😉

      Have a nice Sunday!
      Qin

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      1. superfoodista

        That’s a really nice souvenir to bring back!! 😉 In Thailand And Vietnam they also have beautiful plates and so cheap!! But I agree, the ones in Japan are so beautiful and very unique! Have a nice Sunday too! 😉

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