Disposable Film Festival 2013 - Just Food Dinner Screening presented by Pie Ranch
Friday, March 22, 2013 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, United States
The Garden - baby spring vegetables, sprouted soil, amaranth with capezanna olive oil.
Chilled asparagus passato - pie ranch nettles, meyer lemon crema, puffed farro.
Marinated spring peas - pickled black chanterelles, young onion petals, preserved meyer lemon, house made sheep's milk ricotta salata.
Pie Ranch "Goat-chetta" - smoked belly wrapped goat loin,sausage,bean cassoulet with spring vegetables, mustard flowers.
Vegetarian option - roasted miatake mushroom, warm langherino cheese, bean cassoulet with spring vegetables.
Smoked Goat milk tart - compressed rhubarb, pickled green strawberries, tiny celery.
Dinner will start with 2 signature cocktails developed by local mix master Christopher Jurach along with a gourmet film treat. Our food will be accompanied by Arizmendi bread, and wine and beer will be served with dinner.
'Spring Forward' plays on the modern trend of savory gin drinks with Hendricks Gin and Sutton Cellars Brown Label Vermouth, peppercorn-infused Rhubarb syrup and spring onions - served on the rocks with a half-rim of thyme-salt
'Fall Back' harkens to the classic sour with this springtime-infused sidecar recipe featuring Osocalis Brandy, Dimmi bittersweet Liquore, Meyer Lemon and Cara Cara Orange juice with young ginger syrup with a light sugar & spice rim
(NB: As this menu will be made from local ingredients that are being sprouted, pickled, and aged by Chef Karl even as you read this, the menu is subject to small, exciting changes. )
We're pairing all this delicious meal with a screening of beautiful short films that tell the human story behind what we eat, plus a conversation on food justice with our social justice partners and our honored guest speaker, Saru Jayaraman.
This will be a very intimate event and we have a limited number of tickets available at the Early Bloom price of $80. After these discounted tickets sell out, the price will go up to $90. So get your tickets now for this very special night!
In addition to Pie Ranch, Chef Karl Holl of Perbacco, and Saru Jayaraman, we've brought together the best the Bay Area has to offer including Bi-Rite Market, La Cocina, Arizmendi Bakery, Marin Roots Farms, Sebastapol Growing Greens, Mariquita Farm, and Chef Karl Holl of Perbacco. Our social justice partners are sewing amazing seeds of change and include Mission High Piesters, Young Workers United, ROC-United, and the 11th Hour Project.
Housed in the Mission District, this wood shop and gallery space is the home of J. Rusten Furniture Studio [map].For one night only, this incredible space will be transformed into our exculsive screening room and 5 star restaurant! Space is extremely delightful but limited, so reserve your spot today!
Because of all the painstaking preparation going into this very special dinner, we can not accept cancellations within 72 hours of the event.
Thank you, we look forward to dining with you!