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Friday, September 16, 2011

Dish Preview: Good Foods Catering's BLT Sliders

Posted By on Fri, Sep 16, 2011 at 9:15 AM

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Dish

When: Sunday, Oct. 2, 1-4 p.m.

Where: San Francisco Design Center

Cost: $40 regular, $75 VIP

Good Foods Catering, the soul-food brain- (or stomach-?) child of Dontaye Ball, has a name that's an understatement, at least according to its many fans.

"My one and only complaint is that they're not appropriately named," writes Yelp reviewer Robyn H. of San Jose. "It should be like 'Best Thing You'll Ever Eat Catering'."

Ball's slow-cooked, specialty smoked meats -- pork belly sandwiches, bacon, and bitchin' barbecue -- have earned his catering company praise for its pig.

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At SF Weekly's Dish dining event on Oct. 2, you'll get to pig out a little yourself with Ball's offerings: BLT sliders.

Ball only had simple words to describe his dish: "It's a three-to-four-bite deal," he said. "Organic pork belly, smoked tomato jam, spicy mayo, micro organic field greens, pickled onions. That's the love."

Taste the love for yourself with a ticket to DISH.

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