Eat Kune Do is a dinner series. I invite guests over for dinner, ask them to share their food preferences, memories, and experiences, and then use their responses to curate and cook a menu of two to five courses. I then ask for a suggested donation on a sliding scale to help cover the costs.
It's also a chance to bring people together, whether they be close friends or simply should become close friends through my dinner.
To be precise, it's a pop-up supper club. I try to hold one monthly, but realistically it happens every other month when I'm available. I host four to six guests at my apartment.