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Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Ex-Monk's Kettle Chef Surfaces for Saturday's New Taste Marketplace

Posted By on Tue, Nov 23, 2010 at 2:48 PM

click to enlarge Kevin Kroger in his last gasp at Monk's Kettle. He'll be selling wild mushroom penne and chipotle chocolate bacon bars Saturday. - SONYA YU
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  • Kevin Kroger in his last gasp at Monk's Kettle. He'll be selling wild mushroom penne and chipotle chocolate bacon bars Saturday.

Recently departed Monk's Kettle chef Kevin Kroger is among two dozen chefs and other food vendors showing up Saturday for the first of two community food markets. Elianna Friedman, organizer of double New Taste Marketplace fundraisers, has enlisted a mix of the established, like Kroger (busting out a business called Urban Chef), Hapa Ramen, and Neo Cocoa, and the fledgling: Goat Hill Granola, Nosh This. Beneficiaries are Potrero Hill's Food Pantry and St. Gregory of Nyssa Church. The second market drops Sat., Dec. 18.

Full vendor list:

Nosh This, Peter's Sausage, Beer and Nosh, Goat Hill Granola, Neo Cocoa, Flosa Creamery, Tutmak Coffee, Aunt Kitty's Creations, Kitchen Side Car, Hapa Ramen, Dulceria, Urban Chef, Casey's Pizza, Nute's Cupcakes, Boss Hog's BBQ, SFQ, Rocket Ship Ice Cream, Cooky, Churn, Red Circle Tea, CocoTutti, Emily's Tofu, Oaktown Jerk, Mo Foods. Want to know what each is selling? Check out the New Taste Marketplace Vendor Lineup.pdf.

New Taste Marketplace

When: Sat., Nov. 27, noon-5 p.m.

Where: St. Gregory of Nyssa Episcopal Church, 500 DeHaro (at Mariposa)

Cost: Sliding scale of up to $10 for admission; bring extra cash for food

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