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劍橋市素描餐廳 - 2/26-4/12 吃熱乾麵支援武漢

素描热干面温暖应援武汉   湖南卤粉给武汉热干面加油

亲爱的素描湘贵宾朋友,

相信你已经听说了新型冠状病毒正肆虐于中国武汉, 对于很多外国人来说,也许恰恰因为这个不幸 的事件而第一次知道武汉,这个美丽的江边城市。

而武汉却是我的人生中至关重要的一站。八十年代, 青春年少的我从家乡湖南去武汉求学,在同济 医学院学习了五年。在那里,我梦想着成为一名救死扶伤的医生和医学科学家, 并成长为一个独立 的个体;在那里,我遇到了我的爱人,收获了爱情和终身伴侣,结识了许多相伴一生的知心朋友; 而当下尤为重要的是,我留守在武汉的所有医生同学正战斗在抵抗新冠病毒的临床医疗前线。

我为武汉心痛,更心疼每一位冒着被感染的危险,夜以继日地抢救病人的医生同学!而远隔重洋的 我却苦于没有更多好办法可以直接帮助到他们。终于我想,我应该可以用中国人最通俗常用的文化 情感载体来展示我心中的武汉, 来联结跟我一样牵挂武汉的人们:美食。

从二月十六日到四月十二日的八个星期中,素描湘的大厨们将特别精心制作武汉最著名的街头小吃 热干面,同时推荐我们菜谱上最受欢迎的特色湖南卤粉,它们分别代表着武汉,这个收养教育了我 的城市,和我生长的家乡湖南,它们在我的心里从来都紧密相连不可分割。我们把热干面做成小份 开胃小吃,这样大家可以随意和其他的菜肴搭配。在此期间,我们会定期公布这两份美食的销售额, 并代表你们和素描湘全体员工全部捐赠给同济医学院海外友会,在他们的合作和协助下将款项专门 用于帮助武汉的地方医院和医务人员。尽绵薄之力,表至诚至爱。

希望不久的一天,当病毒之灾远离我们,你会有机会探访武汉,尽情泛舟扬子江,畅游荷花盛开的 东湖,徜徉于珞珈山的樱花之海,登高千年黄鹤楼…… 当然,你一定要去吃一碗热干面。这一切, 才是我想告诉你的我心中珍藏和热爱的武汉。

此刻,你坐在素描湘,吃着热干面和湖南卤粉,不必在意吃出什么声响,因为我们心里都装着武汉!

最真诚的,

陈素描 素描湘创办人

这个武汉城市形象宣传片每天都在餐馆里电视播放
这是我们目前在独立做的支持武汉的工作
按照我们的销售额估算,可能会有$10000 左右的捐款
准确数字很难预测
在目前各种各界募捐活动火热进行的情况下,我认为素描湘的募捐活动具有不同的特点,捐款只是其中的一方面,更重要的是这样通过其主流餐饮顾客群和以文化美食为载体的公益活动,可能具备以下功能:

1。引导公众对病災的正确正向社会反应和聚焦于健康应对和人文关怀。
2。负面恐慌情绪的控制和稀释
3。帮助海外公众理清和区别对待对中国政府体制和行政手段失误的不满和愤怒,和对武汉,中国和中国人海外公众形象的应有的维护、理解和支持
4。这个以个人背景情感和食物为载体的公益活动的基础依据更多的是它的长期文化旅游后续效应,据此才能真正达到和延续通过宣传武汉而支持武汉的长期作用。

这应该是我们的宣传重点,也是我们最有价值的初衷。

 SUMIAO HUNAN KITCHEN

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Sumiao Hunan Kitchen Adds Hot Dry Noodles in Solidarity with Wuhan, China All revenue from two special noodle dishes, one from Wuhan and one from Hunan will go towards medical supplies for front-line health care workers in Wuhan.

What To show solidarity with the people of Wuhan and its front-line health care workers, Sumiao Hunan Kitchen will offer two special noodle dishes, one from Wuhan and one from Hunan. All proceeds from sales of these two dishes will be donated to Tongji Medical College Overseas Alumni Association, which will use the funds to purchase medical equipment and supplies to reduce the risk of exposure to the doctors and nurses of Wuhan.

The two dishes are Sumiao Dry Hot Noodles ($5) and Beef & Egg Rice Noodles ($16), both of which are favorites in the street markets. Sumiao Dry Hot Noodle will be offered in appetizer size, so that diners can easily add them as side-dishes to their meals. 

Why Sumiao Hunan Kitchen’s founder, Sumiao Chen, spent her formative years in Wuhan, studying at Tongji Medical College. There she met her husband and developed lifelong friends, many of whom are now clinicians at hospitals in the quarantine zone. This program is her effort to lead her guests and employees to support them, show solidarity with Wuhan, and introduce Boston residents -- many of whom have never heard of Wuhan prior to this outbreak -- to the Wuhan she knows and loves. Please see attached for her letter to our guests, explaining her story.

When: 8 weeks from Feb 16 to Apr 12

Where: Sumiao Hunan Kitchen 270 Third Street Cambridge, MA 02142

About Sumiao Hunan Kitchen Opened in July of 2017, Sumiao Hunan Kitchen is first Hunanese concept in Greater Boston. Located in the bustling and tech-driven Kendall Square, Sumiao Hunan Kitchen is the loving creation of Sumiao Chen – a passionate female restaurateur and scientist from Xiangtan, Hunan, China – and a team of restaurant industry veterans and investors. Sumiao, whose name in Chinese means “sketch,” stays true to her namesake by creatively melding tradition with modernity to bring forth an unmatched dining and social experience. Sumiao Hunan Kitchen aims to shatter preconceived notions that Chinese food is a low-cost, low-quality experience by introducing an authentic, contemporary Asian concept that is largely unknown in the local area. For more information, please call (617) 945-0907 or visit www.sumiaohunan.com. Follow Sumiao Hunan Kitchen on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter at @SumiaoHunan


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FAQs

Where is Wuhan? Wuhan is in the center of China. It sits in a crucial point along the Yangtze river and has served as a key strategic and commercial center for the entire South-Central part of China for millennia. 

Watch videos to knowing more about Wuhan https://youtu.be/DmMX4S_FmkU  Chinese Version https://youtu.be/RirxVLDMllA  English Version

What is Wuhan known for? Wuhan is the 9th most populous city in China, with 11 million residents (for comparison, New York City has 9 million). Because of its central location, Wuhan is known as the “Chicago of the East,” a major transportation distribution center for agricultural and manufactured goods. 

In recent history, Wuhan was the site of the Wuchang Uprising of 1911 which toppled the Qing Dynasty, the last dynasty of China. 

The most famous sites are the Yellow Crane Tower and the East Lake. But don’t go in the summer! It’s known as one of the hottest cities in China.

What are Hot Dry Noodles? A bowl of al dente dry noodle drizzled with hot and savory sesame sauce, sprinkled with chopped spring onion. Traditionally, it is eaten for breakfast since it’s so fast and easy to prepare. A poor med student could eat it all day, though! 

Who is Tongji Medical College Overseas Alumni Association (TJMCOAA)? Tongji Medical College is a top medical school in Wuhan, China. It became part of the newly established Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST) in 2000.

TJMCOAA is a United States IRS registered 501(C)(3) organization. It is an independent, nonpolitical, notfor-profit and a volunteer-based association for all overseas TJMC (Tongji Medical College, Wuhan) alumni.

Where does the donation go? The donation will be used to purchase urgent medical supplies, including but not limited to personal protective equipment (PPE), such as caps, masks, goggles and gowns for the doctors, nurses, and patients in Wuhan Union Hospital 武汉协和医院, Wuhan Tongji Hospital 武汉同济医院 and other Wuhan hospitals in demand.

Donation details will be updated regularly on this page: https://www.sumiaohunan.com/2020/02/09/tjmcoaadonation-details/



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A message from our founder: Wuhan & Hot Dry Noodle

Dear Guest,

You’ve probably heard by now about the coronavirus in Wuhan, China. It’s unfortunate that for most people outside China, this event is their first introduction to that beautiful city. 

For me, Wuhan is a deeply important part of my story. I spent five years in the 1980s there as a student at Tongji Medical College. Wuhan is where I was trained to be a doctor, medical scientist and became independent; met my husband, and found lifelong friends, many of whom are being on the frontline of the fight against this virus as clinicians in the local hospitals. 

My heart aches for Wuhan and for my friends who put themselves at risk to fulfill their calling. In my current position, it pains me that there is not much I can do to help them directly. What little I can do is to represent Wuhan through the medium we Chinese love the most: food.

For the next eight weeks from February 16 to April 12, Sumiao will be offering Wuhan’s most famous street food, Hot Dry Noodles 热干面 as a special addition and Beef & Egg Rice Noodles 湖 南卤粉 chosen from our regular menu as my way to show solidarity between my home province and the city that adopted me. We offer Hot Dry Noodles in appetizer size to allow more guests to fit it into their meal as a side dish. On behalf of you and Sumiao Hunan Kitchen, all revenue from these two dishes will be donated to the Tongji Medical College Oversea Alumni Association (TJMCOAA). These funds will be exclusively used to help and support the local hospitals and clinicians in Wuhan .  The small money represent our best efforts, love and support, including the strong solidarity.

I hope that one day, when this virus is a distant memory, you will find the chance to visit Wuhan to sail down the Yangtze River, see the East Lake teeming with lotus flowers and surrounded by cherry blossoms, and climb the 2,000 year-old Yellow Crane Tower. And of course, have some Hot Dry Noodles. That’s the Wuhan I know and love.

For now, please join me in slurping these noodles as we hold Wuhan in our hearts.

Sincerely,

Sumiao Chen Founder, Sumiao Hunan Kitchen 

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HAPPY DRAGON BOAT FESTIVAL
Every year, Sumiao’s family celebrates the Dragon Boat Festival with rice dumplings (粽子 zòngzi). The Hunan way of rice dumplings is to wrap sticky rice in bamboo leaves and steam it like a tamale. We let it cool, unwrap the leaves, and dip the rice in cane sugar. It’s perfect as an appetizer or a dessert.
Taichi Rice Dumplings (zòngzi).
$2 each, available Friday June 7th to Sunday June 9th.
Summer’s Here, That Means Patio, Sangria and Live Music
Our patio is officially open to welcome the summer! People-watch our corner of Kendall Square with a chill pitcher of Strawberry Lemon White Sangria (it’s even got a hint of ginger). Prefer something tangy? Sip our Rosemary Capirinha, our twist on Brazil’s national drink.

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Ready for the 14th Ginger event everyone?
April 9th, 2018
* 33 amazing restaurants *
MFA Boston
Save the date for one of Boston’s largest food events of the year!

A Taste of Ginger will feature thirty of Boston’s most celebrated chefs including Jasper White of Summer Shack, Andy Husbands of the Smoke Shop, and Tracy Chang of Pagu.

See below for the list of all participating restaurants - see you at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston!!
This Sunday, brunch in Kendall Square!
Sumiao Hunan Kitchen, one of our "A Taste of Ginger" restaurant participants, is hosting a brunch event called "A Pinch of Ginger" on Sunday, March 25 at their restaurant in Kendall Square, Cambridge, MA.

Restaurateur Brian Moy and Dr. George King on Urban Update!
Restaurateur Brian Moy of BLR by Shojo Shōjō Ruckus Boston and China Pearl Restaurant - Boston and Dr. George King appeared on Urban Updates on 7News - WHDH again and took us through all the details for this year's A Taste of Ginger!

Huge thanks to our
2018 Ginger participating restaurants!!
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Sip Spiked Apple Pie at Sumiao Hunan Kitchen
in February
Contemporary Hunanese restaurant & bar in Kendall Square shakes up $8 “Not Your Grandma’s Apple Pie” cocktail special


WHAT:             Kendall Square’s Sumiao Hunan Kitchen is continuing its tradition of bringing imbibers a new monthly cocktail special available all month as created by their team of mixologists.  Available throughout the month of February, the Not Your Grandma’s Apple Pie transforms everyone’s favorite childhood dessert into a dangerously delicious grownup treat combining smooth whiskey with a house-made apple cider reduction, muddled lemon zest, a splash of ginger liqueur and two dashes of aromatic bitters shaken and stirred over an open-edge tumbler($8).

                        Balancing sweet, citrus, smokey, zesty and delicate toasted ginger honey flavors, SHK’s Not Your Grandma’s Apple Pie delivers some of that classic taste you love while adding the kick you need at the end of a long, winter’s day. Think of it as dessert in a glass… with a buzz.

WHERE:           Sumiao Hunan Kitchen
                        270 3rd Street
                        Cambridge, MA 02142

WHEN:            Available during normal operating hours throughout the month of February. 

COST:             $8 per cocktail

ABOUT SUMIAO HUNAN KITCHEN:
Opened in July of 2017, Sumiao Hunan Kitchen is first Hunanese concept in Greater Boston. Located in the bustling and tech-driven Kendall Square, Sumiao Hunan Kitchen is the loving creation of Sumiao Chen – a passionate female restaurateur and scientist from Xiangtan, Hunan, China – and a team of restaurant industry veterans and investors. Sumiao, whose name in Chinese means “sketch,” stays true to her namesake by creatively melding tradition with modernity to bring forth an unmatched dining and social experience. Sumiao Hunan Kitchen aims to shatter preconceived notions that Chinese food is a low-cost, low-quality experience by introducing an authentic, contemporary Asian concept that is largely unknown in the local area. For more information, please call (617) 945-0907 or visit www.sumiaohunan.com. Follow Sumiao Hunan Kitchen on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter at @SumiaoHunan.

Sumiao Hunan Kitchen Celebrates
World Baijiu Day
Newly opened Hunanese restaurant to shake up baijiu-laced cocktails on August 9


WHAT:             In celebration of World Baijiu Day, Kendall Square’s newly opened Sumiao Hunan Kitchen will be shaking up specialty cocktails using the world’s most consumed spirt. Baijiu, a Chinese grain spirit known as shaojiu or sorghum wine that is rarely seen in these parts, will take centerstage at Boston’s first Hunanese restaurant on August 9 as their team serves up playful interpretations of traditional drink.

                        In addition to popping baijiu by the bottle including Maotai ($288), Wuliangye ($188) and Luhzou Laojiao ($118), the team at Sumiao also will offer tastings of baijiu in one-ounce pours from the Hong Kong ($11) and Jiannanchun ($16) varietals. Beverage consultant Richard Echeverria has created a collection of baijiu-laced libations ($14 each) that give Bostonians a taste of Chinese culture including the Schrodinger’s Coupe with Hong Kong, curaco, grapefruit, lime and plum bitters; Ice Cold Fusion with Mianzhu Daqu, cognac, triple sec and lemon; Perpetual Motion with Mianzhu Daqu, blood orange, lime, elderflower liqueur and mint; and, Pyroclastic Punch with Hong Kong, Fruitlab hibiscus liqueur, passionfruit cordial and lemon.

WHERE:           Sumiao Hunan Kitchen
                        270 3rd Street
                        Cambridge, MA 02142

WHEN:            Wednesday, August 9, 2017

MORE INFO:  Baijiu cocktails and bottles are available at a la carte pricing.

ABOUT SUMIAO HUNAN KITCHEN:
Opened in July of 2017, Sumiao Hunan Kitchen is first Hunanese concept in Greater Boston. Located in the bustling and tech-driven Kendall Square, Sumiao Hunan Kitchen is the loving creation of Sumiao Chen – a passionate female restaurateur and scientist from Xiangtan, Hunan, China – and a team of restaurant industry veterans and investors. Sumiao, whose name in Chinese means “sketch,” stays true to her namesake by creatively melding tradition with modernity to bring forth an unmatched dining and social experience. Sumiao Hunan Kitchen aims to shatter preconceived notions that Chinese food is a low-cost, low-quality experience by introducing an authentic, contemporary Asian concept that is largely unknown in the local area. For more information, please call (617) 945-0907 or visit www.sumiaohunan.com. Follow Sumiao Hunan Kitchen on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter at @SumiaoHunan.









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