Top Chefs! A Night of Giving With Local Flavor

By United Way of King County, on March 24, 2022 | In Eat, Drink & Be Generous, Events, Fighting Homelessness

On Wednesday night, the United Way of King County community got a taste of what many Musang restaurant patrons have enjoyed since the restaurant opened in 2020. Musang chef and owner Melissa Miranda joined chef and restaurant owner Ethan Stowell for a cooking class as part of United Way’s Eat, Drink & Be Generous virtual event series.

Miranda guided a virtual audience through making an appetizing Filipino entrée of Adobong Puti (coconut chicken), while Stowell demonstrated how to serve up a classic-contemporary Black Manhattan drink.  Guests also learned about United Way of King County’s Community Relief Fund—an effort to help people impacted by the COVID-19 crisis with rental assistance and food relief—and made donations to those efforts throughout the event.

Eat, Drink & Be Generous is centered around good food and raising money to support the community. Check out our upcoming events here.

A big welcome for United Way, Melissa Miranda and Ethan Stowell at Particle Studio in SODO
Image of chefs Melissa Miranda and Ethan Stowell in a makeshift kitchen conducting a cooking class
Melissa Miranda preparing her Adobong Puti dish
Miranda dishing up her delectable creation
Food is served: Adobong Puti with mushrooms
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