S4 EP 4: Taking Tasting Counter Home

Photo by Andrew Wang

Peter Ungár knew from the start that his 20 person Tasting Counter wouldn’t be pivoting to take out. Instead, Peter and his wife Ginhee decided to launch TC at home, an interactive dining experience where guests pick up meal kits to enjoy cooking, plating, and eating together on Zoom. We chat about how Peter and his wife Ginhee pull it off every week, how they are looking to grow TC at home, and what it’s been like to reopen for dining in during the coronavirus era.

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