Thursday February 4th: Superbowl Party for Alameda County Community Food Bank

This Thursday we're gonna start tailgating a little early...okay Super early if you know what I mean. Guest chef Carlo Espinas of Camino will be presenting a menu of superbowl inspired dishes in honor of the nation's biggest food holiday (according to this guy).

MSF profits will go to the Alameda County Community Food Bank, which serves 40,000 people each week and can turn a donation of $15 into an astonishing 300 pounds of produce.


*Veggies & Dip: Snap Peas, endive, carrots with avocado-green goddess dip and crab-spinach dip - $7

Taleggio and Budweiser "Nachos": waffle fries and caramelized brussel sprouts with tomatillo and granny smith salsa verde - $6.5

Frito Pie: smoked short rib and beef tongue chili with frito crust (veg option of smoked scallion and pasilla chili with Rancho Gordo Pinto Beans) - $8

Pig in a Pig Blanket: Braised Let's be Frank Hot Dog in Bacon-Tomato beer bread, with dill-serrano crema - $7

Buffalo vs. Dallas: Authentic Buffalo wings with celery gremolata VS. charcoal grilled spare ribs with orange-chipotle glaze - $12

New Orleans vs. Indianapolis: mini Oyster Po'Boy with cajun pickles and celery root remoulade VS. Hoosier breaded pork tenderloin sandwich - $10

7 Layer Sundae: Terrine of Oreo crust, chocolate ice cream, coffee ice cream, vanilla ice cream, toasted almonds and cocoa nib, topped with Magic shell - $6

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