Pink Salt’s northern Thai food hits Monday night Foodball



Palita Sriratana moved into a building with a nice bright balcony last year. In the summer, she had filled it with jars of cilantro, holy basil and morning glories all of which were on the vibrant Thai menus that she had continued to appear and serve in the city since stepping out of her brick stand. and mortar. in the Fulton Galley short-term dining room.

Sooner or later, Sriratana plans to give a brick and mortar another chance. First she has a wedding to plan and a range of sauces to market from next year with the chili jam, nam phrik pao.

But before all that, she has a Foodball to crush.

That’s right, Sriratana is bringing his long-running virtual restaurant in northern Thailand, Pink Salt, to the Kedzie Inn on November 15 for the twelfth week of Monday Night Foodball, the Reader weekly pop-up of the current chef.

She brings home-grown makrut lime leaves, coriander roots and seeds to flavor her lemongrass fried chicken, and her own pickled mustard leaves to add punch to her khao soi beef, the northern curry noodles. which are his most requested dish – for vegans there is a version of roasted delicata squash.

Right now I’m completely distracted by the sight of my future self eating pork cracklings and khlukking his roasted garlic chili dip, nam phrik num. And yes, there will be bananas in the form of khao tom mat, steamed packets of sweet sticky rice, sprinkled with black beans and silky nam wa bananas the size of a peewee. She also concocted a simple syrup infused with longan for Jon Pokorny to mix in hot toddlers, which would be a clever sidecar for a crisp Chang lager.

Khao soi pink salt
Credit Palita Sriratana

Sriratana takes preorders here starting Wednesday (Nov 10) at 11 a.m., but on Mondays you can come in and order on site anytime after 5 p.m.

Pink salt never dies. Just Multiplies, at the Kedzie Inn, 4100 N. Kedzie in Irving Park.

Monday Fight Foodball continues. . .

11/22 Barbecue Life Coach Gary Wiviott

11/29 Thanksgiving / Hannukah break

12/6 to be determined

12/13 12/13: Jennifer Kim (Alteconomy) and Nariba Shepherd (Trini Zaddy)

Auberge Kedzie
4100 North Kedzie
(773) 293-6368



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