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Thursday, December 2, 2010

La Cocina Gift Fair to Serve Up Pristine Treats

Posted By on Thu, Dec 2, 2010 at 5:20 PM

Smore from Kika's Treats: The gift you give yourself? - ARNOLD | INUYAKI/FLICKR

Who would even think of regifting truffles, shortbread, good coffee, and tea?

Food goodies from local businesses are the centerpiece of La Cocina's "insanely good" gift fair, which hits next Friday, Dec. 10, at Mission Cultural Center. Entrance is free, but tote that wallet and shopping bag to load up on gifts from San Francisco micro-entrepreneurs Kika's Treats, Neo Cocoa, Clairesquares, Slow Jams, House Kombucha, and the Love & Hummus Co. There will also be handmade Mexican ceramics, 18 Reasons classes, and coffee club memberships from Liga Masiva. Come to think of it, you can take care of your favorite food lover ― you ― at this shindig, too.

La Cocina's Second Annual Gift Fair

When: Fri., Dec. 10, 4-9p.m.

Where: Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts, 2868 Mission (at 25th St.)

Cost: Free entrance; bring cash to buy gifts, bar drinks, raffle tickets, and gift-wrapping. RSVP if you like on La Cocina's Facebook page

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