Mission Street Food is happy to announce that Tia Harrison—of Sociale and Avedano's--will be our guest chef on Thursday, December 4th. We'll be collaborating on a southern-style menu inspired by butter, hip-hop, and gentrification: "The Dirty South Cleans Up Pretty Good."
Smoked Duck Beignets with sheep's milk cheese (quadrato perfette) cherry shallot compote. $10
Gulf prawns with anson mills grits, kumquats, blood orange, bacon, scallions. $11
BBQ Lamb Shank with vermouth braised cabbage, sweet potato gratin. $14
Creole Catfish Stew with local radish, watercress, spicy roasted tomato broth, ozette potato, sesame seed. $12
PBQ - Kurobuta Berkshire Pork Belly with Quince-onion sauce, potato salad and slaw on fresh homemade flatbread. $6.50
Dirty Rice with rare grass fed beef, mint, sweet onion, chiles. $5.50
Mustard Greens with garlic and chili flake. $4.50
Dessert - Butter fried cornbread with buttermilk panacotta, honey and candied sage. $5
Tia is the chef of Sociale, an Italian restaurant in Pacific Heights, which has been described by the Chronicle as "epicurean pay-dirt." She is also co-owner of a charming butcher-shop in Bernal Heights called Avedano's Holly Park Market, where she offers first-rate meats and teaches classes on breaking down whole pigs. We're honored to have Tia as a guest chef and amazed that she has the time.