Dump the Hate

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Join us for a Lunar New Year Dumpling Kit and Cooking Demo, with Monique Lu, as part of Dump the Hate, a virtual dumpling-making fundraiser fighting against anti-Asian prejudice and violence! 

Thursday, January 19th | 6pm LIVE Virtual Cooking Demo and Class from P&P Kitchen

Virtual Cooking Class Pass STILL AVAILABLE

Omni or Veg Dumpling Kits SOLD OUT

  • Includes all ingredients and fixings to make Chicken and Mushroom Dumplings OR Chik’n and Mushroom Dumplings (Vegan) and a simple dunking sauce
  • Feeds four and makes about 40 dumplings
  • Comes with a course and recipe book and access to the Zoom cooking class (with a video link, in case you can’t join live)
  • Monique will demonstrates proper dumpling crimping and filling technique and will share stories and food memories around dumpling-making
  • Virtual-only option (with e-copy of ingredient list and course pack) also available

Dumpling Kit Pick-up Times:
Wednesday, January 18th, Noon – 7pm
Thursday, January 19th, 11am – 6pm

This is going to be so good! Order yours, tell some friends and make an event of it. And, even far off friends can participate with our virtual-only option!

Monique Lu
Monique Lu was born in Taiwan. She spent eight years in mainland China and settled in Madison in 2017. She started an Instagram account during the pandemic to document her dumpling-making journey. Her full-time profession is working with international students at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. 

Campaign: #dumpthehate
In April 2021, we joined Monique’s participation in the #dumpthehate campaign, a virtual dumpling-making fundraiser in response to the Atlanta spa shooting on March 16th. Originally initiated by Canadian chef-blogger Jannell Lo, the #dumpthehate campaign raises money for organizations fighting anti-Asian prejudice and violence through dumpling making. We are delighted to welcome Monique back into our demo kitchen to continue raising funds for Freedom, Inc. and building awareness around Asian culture and cooking. We back Monique’s vision that one way to understand someone’s culture is over a meal, using the power of food to heal and nourish. https://www.mybfisgf.com/dumpthehate

Beneficiary: Freedom, Inc.
Freedom, Inc. is a Madison-based Black and Southeast Asian non-profit organization that works with low- to no-income communities of color. Their mission is to achieve social justice through coupling direct services with leadership development and community organizing that will bring about social, political, cultural, and economic change resulting in the end of violence against women, gender-non-conforming and transgender folks, and children within in communities of color. freedom-inc.org