Mission Street Food has featured many impressive (and generous) guest chefs over the past few weeks, but the real heart of the project has been you guys. Tonight we will feature some of our fan favorites and are inviting one of our most loyal regulars to document you. She's been spotlighting local fashions for over two years on her blog, the Fashionist, and will take pictures (at least while it's bright). You can vote on your favorite men's and women's style by emailing us at email@example.com The winners will each receive a free dinner for two and a bottle of wine.
Tonight's charity will be Meals on Wheels which has been providing isolated, homebound seniors with nutritious meals, daily human contact and supportive services for 38 years.
Snap Pea Salad: Snap Peas with Fresh Bamboo, Beech Mushroom, Edamame, Truffled Polenta - $5.5
Cheesesteak: Aged Angus Ribeye with Pasilla, Caramelized Onion, Oyster Mushroom, Melted Cheese on Acme Roll - $8.5
PB&J: Berkshire Kurobuta Pork Belly and marinated Jicama with pickled jalapeno and cilantro aioli - $6.5
MSF Rice: Smoky Rice fried in Duck Fat with Duck Confit, Duck Cracklins, Shitake, and Cauliflower- $8
VSF Rice: Smoky Rice fried in olive oil with Shitake, Cauliflower and Tofu Tempura - $6.5
Lung Shan's Bacon Xiao Long Bao. Four Shanghai Soup Dumplings filled with Benton's Bacon, Ground Pork and Smoky Pork Broth - $5.5
Lung Shan's Vegan Delight: Shitake and Oyster Mushroom Dumplings in Miso Soup - $5.5
Brownie with Brillat Savarin and Toasted Hazelnut - $6.5
Humphry Slocombe Blue Bottle Vietnamese Coffee - $3.25 per scoop
Notes: $820 to SF Food Bank (2 nights), $410 to Project Open Hand and $360 to Oakland Food Connection.
Yay! So excited to collaborate with you on Thursday. I know it's fashionable to play it cool, but I'm a gusher: http://fashioni.st/2009/04/mission-street-food-and-fashionist.html
What a wonderful mission! Congratulations, this project is a brilliant idea. i just found out about it, and i will show up to bring friends over to eat :-)
I'd like to bring to your attention these two non-profits that I'm involved in right now; they're local homegrown grassroots food justice and school garden project to educate high-risk low income to eat fresh and to exercise:
People's Grocery in West Oakland, http://www.peoplesgrocery.org
Urban Sprouts of San Francisco, http://urbansprouts.blogspot.com/
They'll both have fund raising events coming up soon, end of April. Pls check their websites for more info. You're all welcomed. They'd also benefit a great deal from your donation, no doubt.
Thanks in advance and best wishes to yours :-)
Happy Eating, Happy People, Happy Community.
I'll be there tonight, looking forward to it!
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