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Thursday, January 21, 2010

Underground Farmers' Market Finds 'Warehouse-y Art Space' for Next Week

Posted By on Thu, Jan 21, 2010 at 3:41 PM

click to enlarge PHILIP CLARK
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Next week's Underground Farmers' Market announced a venue today, a place organizer Iso Rabins is calling a warehouse-y Mission art space. This is the second UFM (the first featured some buzzkill crashers), this time with workshops (sauerkraut- and soap-making), a performance by folky band Beat Beat Whisper, and something called "Ian's backyard chicken experiences," which we're sort of guessing is not at all like The Jimi Hendrix Experience. Check the full list of vendors (after the jump), plus a link to get on the list since, to avoid what happened last time, you'll have to register as a guest at a private party. Where you can buy stuff.

• Erin Murry: Sauerkraut

• Indu Kline: Ghee and other Weston A. Price foods

• Rana Chang: Kombucha

• Olivia (aka Little Cake Peddler): Cupcakes

• Margaret Wong: Wild mushroom spreads

• Jeff Tidwell: Kraut

• Patricia: Homegrown veggies

• Jessica (Golden Crust): Pies

• Will Schrom: Sarsparilla

• Jana Blankenship: Soaps and salves

• Shakirah (Slow Jams): Jams

• Tanya: Lasagna

• Amber: Dosas

• Arianna Montmayer: Cupcakes

• Susan Marjanovic: Raw chocolate

• Pearl's Kitchen: Corned beef sandwiches

• Lane Kennedy: Kettle corn

• Heartbaker: "Amazing desserts"

• Julia Abbassi: Bread

• Soul Cocina: Mexican food

• Becky Spencer: Jams

• John Farais: corn fudge

• Stephanie Rosenbaum: Bread and jam

• Kate Thompson and Christine Waring: Granola

• Robin Jolin: Kombucha

Event details:

SF Underground Farmers' Market

Date: Thurs., Jan. 28, 5-11 p.m.

Location: 199 Capp (at 17th St.)

Cost: Free

Reservations: Sign up here

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