Kachka's Bonnie Morales shares her ideal last meal in Portland
Kachka, the restaurant inspired by Soviet-era cuisine, celebrated its 10th anniversary in Portland in April. As a treat for diners, chef and owner Bonnie Morales put together a 10-part dinner series based on trips she's taken to regions in the former Soviet Union.
Driving the news: This month's dinner, the third in the series, "is an amazing summer menu recalling meals we shared at my cousin's dacha in Belarus," she told Axios in an email.
- Tickets for the Aug. 23 event can be purchased here.
The intrigue: Summer produce is also the standout in Morales' choice of a last meal eaten in Portland.
- "My last meal could only take place at exactly this time of the year," she told us.
Dinner: A mayo and tomato sandwich with lightly toasted shokupan bread (also known as Japanese milk bread).
- But not just any kind of mayo and tomatoes. She would add "Kachka's sunflower mayonnaise and perfectly ripe Early Girl tomatoes with a sprinkle of Maldon flake salt and cracked black pepper."
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