Get ready to feast for a good cause when A Taste of Ginger returns this month.
Now in its 14th year, the annual event gives foodies a chance to munch on tasty treats from all corners of Boston's culinary scene while raising funds for the Joslin Diabetes Center's Asian American Diabetes Initiative. The AADI helps to improve the health and quality of life for Asian Americans living with diabetes through a combination of education outreach, research and treatment.
Held at the Museum of Fine Arts, guests can expect a ton of awesome dishes at this year's installment of A Taste of Ginger, including pulled pork sliders with sweet and spicy coleslaw by The Smoke Shop's Andy Husbands, and tea-smoked duck crostini with charred hoi sin sauce and Maldon salt by Night Market executive chef Jason Tom from Night Market.
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Check out the full lineup of restaurants and chefs that will be attending this year's event below.
A Taste of Ginger 2018
Anoush'ella Saj Kitchen
Banyan Bar + Refuge
Bencotto North End
Fabio Di Censo
BLR by Shojo
Patrick Lynch and Ali Fong
Cambridge School of Culinary Arts
Flour Bakery + Cafe
Fuji at Ink Block
Harvard Sweet Boutique
MEM Tea Imports
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Myers + Chang
Sumiao Hunan Kitchen
The Smoke Shop BBQ
If you go:
April 9, 6:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m., Museum of Fine Arts, 465 Huntington Ave., Boston, $250, joslin.org/ginger