Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Algarden Candle Light Dinner

Algarden Candle Light Dinner

I'm joining forces with Chef Stephanie for this special farm to table candle light dinner 

What: An abundant buffet dinner

When: Thursday, June 9th at 7:00pm. Limited Space, RSVP through your spot here:

Where: The Zomicile 2149 Harrison St. (At 18th St. Mission District, SF)
How Much: Dinner is $30 + cash bar (non alcoholic mint iced tea included)

For those of you who have not experienced the Algarden because it was in the East Bay, you now get to enjoy it in the Mission, as a 4 course candle lit dinner at the Zomicile, Foodscaping's new home.

If you are unfamiliar with the Algarden cafe history and Mission here is a little bit of background.
In the winter of 2010, after two years of working the soils at the Algarden, we had a bounty of food, way more than what I and the neighbors could eat. I teamed up with Julia Abbassi creator of the community supported bread box "Pandora's box" to collectively advance our passions for urban agriculture and local food production through the establishment of the Algarden Café. We prepared meals that celebrate local agriculture, fresh ingredients harvested at the peak of ripeness, and strengthened of the relationship between producers and consumers.

For this event I'm joining forces with Chef Stephanie. Chef Stephanie's cuisine honors the organic, local and seasonal ingredients abundant in the bay area. Her approach to cooking is with a balance of positive intention and playful ingenuity.

The meals for the Algarden cafe are composed nearly entirely of fruits, vegetables, mushrooms, honey and eggs from the garden, and each course is intended to showcase the ingredients so customers can fully appreciate the flavor, texture and experience of eating farm-fresh food. 

The Algarden Cafe’s goal is to build community and increase awareness and value for locally produced, organic fare through the common medium of food. 

Join us fot the Algarden cafe dinner in San Francisco on Thursday June 9th.

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