What's to keep authorities from swooping down Jan. 28? "This time it's technically not open to the public," Rabins explained. "When you come to the door you'll have to sign up for a membership with the S.F. Underground Farmers' Market." Admission is free.
Rabins said he got the decision to go private from one of the Health Department officers who showed up last time. "She said you can't have an event like this that's open to the public," he said, and that attendees would have to be informed that they'll be consuming food prepared in home kitchens. Rabins isn't taking any chances. He said he left a message with the Health Department describing his plans.
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