This Saturday, Mission Street Food is Mission Stoned Food, a munchie space station here to rain tender morsels down on the blazed. We'll be reinterpreting classics of the stoner food genre, and inventing a few new ones. Chris Ying--Meatpaper editor, former cook, and sometimes blogger--is the guest chef.
MSF will donate its profits to the St. Anthony's Foundation, which operates one of our favorite food pantries in the city. They're open every day of the year.
Chips and Dip: foie french onion dip with Bugles, Cheetos, Ruffles,
Pringles, Doritos, Funyuns, Hot Fries - $6.5 (veg dip available)
Humboldt Fog: Cypress Grove goat milk nacho cheese with hash browns - $7
PB & "Js": spicy peanut butter dipping sauce with two taquitos of duck confit
and Benton's bacon -or- vegetarian taquitos with banana and smoky lychee - $5
Inverted Nacho: roasted corn, avocado, jalapeño crema, parmesan frico - $7
Hot Pocket: Portuguese-style chicken curry with onion, potato, and coconut
milk in a fried pastry pocket - $6.5
Dinner for Two for One: a three-meat and ricotta meatball sandwich with
tomato sauce and gruyere fonduta on homemade focaccia -and- a homemade biscuit loaded with sausage gravy - $12
Pineapple Express: grilled pineapple with sweet garlic rice and crispy
pancetta (veg option available) - $7
Lung Shan's Vegan Delight: shitake and oyster mushrom dumplings in miso soup - $5.5
Milky Snwixerteers Kat - terrine of candy bars with vanilla ice cream - $6
Munchie Special - scoop of Humphry Slocombe's peanut butter ice cream laced with chocolate-covered pretzels - $3.50
your brain on drugs (ie, a fried egg) - $1
crumbled Famous Amos Cookies on any dish- $.75
ranch sauce anywhere - $.75
I cannot fucking believe I have to miss this.
As a French stoner might say, 'Vachement fort, maaaan!' --hilarious & brilliant. Did I already sniffle about how sorry & miffed at myself I was not to have discovered you while I was in town between Nov-Dec last year?
This was awesome, thanks!!
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