16.3.09

Children of Shelters Night: Thursday 3/19

This Thursday we are pleased to host our first World Champion: Danny Bowien. At last year's Palazzo Ducale in Genoa, Danny won the Golden Pestle for Best Pesto Sauce in the World. (!) At the time, he was sous chef at Farina and has since worked at Magnolia and Bar Tartine. Chris Kronner (former chef of Slow Club/Serpentine) returns to MSF to round out our roster for the night.

Danny has chosen to donate to Children of Shelters, which provides educational and emotional support to children in transitional shelters in San Francisco. MSF will donate its share of profits to St. Anthony's Foundation again--we were very impressed by what we saw when we visited their dining room recently to make our last donation.


MENU:

KFC: Korean fried chicken with radish pickles, shredded cabbage, and 1000 island. $9

Kimchi Ramen: Pork combo, littleneck clams, egg, spring onions, kimchi, and nori. $9

Bibimbap: Steamed barley and short grain rice, spicy radish, onion sprouts, sesame leaves, kochujang, and egg. $8

Stealth fries with kewpie mayo, ketchup, and nori powder. $3

Prather Ranch hotdog on an Acme roll with kimchi relish, Benton's bacon mayo, and shoestring potatoes. $7.5

Banh Mi Sandwich: Range Brothers pork rillettes, smoked loin and pate, shredded carrots, cilantro, and jalapeno. $9

King Trumpet Mushroom with triple-fried potato, garlic confit and charred scallion sour cream on a homemade flatbread - $6

Lung Shan's Vegan Delight - shitake and oyster mushroom dumplings in wiso soup - $5.5

Filthy Rich Brownies v2.0: Brownies topped with Brillat-Savarin cheese and toasted hazelnuts. $6

Scoop of Humphry Slocombe ice cream: Vietnamese Blue Bottle, Maple Walnut, and/or Government Cheese. $3.25 each

NOTES:
Altogether, guest chefs Paul Fromberg and Sarah Miles raised $1,114 for The Food Pantry on March 5. That's 1,114 bags of groceries. Thanks for your support.

2 comments:

Gina said...

yum, wish I lived closer! Bring a Mission St Food to NYC!!

Brian Sears said...

YES...MEAT!