From The Page (February, 1974):
THE FEAST OF THREE TASTS:
For the benefit of the Page, the Feast of Three Tastes will be held on Sunday, March 10, 1974, beginning at 4:30 pm, at the First Unitarian Church of Berkeley. The cost of the dinner will be $5.00 per person. All reservations must be made by March 1, 1974. No tickets will be sold at the door, and the number of tickets will be limited to 100.
Persons wishing to cook or serve should contact Adrienne, Lady Toledo at (phone). Serving persons will be assessed $1.50 to defay the cost of some of their food. Volunteer your body early, as the number of serving persons will also be limited.
|Normaki (Sushi) (J)||Suimono (J)||Kaki to Tofu Nabe (J)|
|Chinese Cabbage Pickle (J)||Happy Family (C)|
|Fried Wonton (C)||Fish Stuffed with Dates (P)|
|Kuo Teh (Crisp Dumplings) (C)|
|Brine Cheese (P)|
|Asparagus Salad (J)||Mooshi Pork with||Tori Sukiyaki (J)|
|Bamboo Shoots and Mushrooms (C)||Mandarain Pancakes (C)||Sweet and Sour Duck (C)|
|Beet Salad (P)||Persian Lamb (P)||Tangine with Prunces (Chicken Stew) (P)|
|Tempura Bananas (J)||Green Tea (J)|
|Almond Cookies (C)||Oolong Tea (C)|
|Sholezard (Rice Pudding) (P)||White Wines and Ciders|
In the way of entertainment, we hope to offer belly dancing, a martial arts demonstration, and Chinese poetry games. Make checks payable to ...
From the History (by Wilhelm):
Held in the First Unitarian Church, Kensington, California. Lady Adrienne of Toledo hosted this benefit for The Page. King Andrew attended.
“His Majesty spent a goodly part of the evening sitting on various ladies' laps among other good natured flirting (this has bearing on events in a few more months). As Henrik noted - Sir Earl of Morris (recently returned from Japan) and his lady's tandem performance of Iaido kata was a high point.” – Kevin Peregrynne
Description of this event,
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