They’re potstickers, and they’re chicken wings.
Chicken wings are painstakingly deboned without tearing the skin and stuffed with dumpling fillings to make Tebasaki Gyoza.
Holt pops up again at 8 p.m. Dec. 23 at the Libertine with spicy miso ramen.
Holt, who began serving pop-up ramen dinners in 2013, also is working to open his own restaurant, Salaryman, in the Bishop Arts District.
Two gyoza will cost $5, and bowls of curry and ramen will cost $10.
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