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Thursday, March 18, 2010

Kitchen Table Talks Ponders S.F.'s Food Underground

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click to enlarge The taste of underground. - SOGOODBLOG.COM
The underground food scene has exploded. With social networking and no shortage of media hoopla, many informal operations have morphed into serious businesses capable of shaping society and making real money. A week from Monday, Kitchen Table Talks, a joint venture of 18 Reasons and Civil Eats, will reconvene at Viracocha to discuss the future of food stands, pop-up markets, secret dinners, and foraging CSAs. The guests: Lucero Muñoz Arrellano, proprietor of a popular bacon-wrapped hot dog cart; roving chef Leif Hedendal, founder of Dinner Discussions and director of International Events for Outstanding in the Field; and Iso Rabins, forager extraordinaire. Event details after the jump.

Event details:

Kitchen Table Talks: The Underground Food Scene

Date: Mon., March 29, 6-8 p.m.

Location: Viracocha, 998 Valencia (at 21st St.)

Cost: Suggested donation $10

RSVP: by clicking here

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