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Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Peko-Peko Donating Pop-Up General Store Profits to Japan Quake Relief

Posted By on Tue, Mar 15, 2011 at 8:04 AM

click to enlarge Peko-Peko's Sylvan Mishima Brackett. - POP-UP GENERAL STORE
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  • Peko-Peko's Sylvan Mishima Brackett.

Another local food business raising money for Japan disaster relief: Peko-Peko Japanese Catering, at Wednesday's Pop-Up General Store in Oakland. From Peko-Peko's Sylan Mishima Brackett:

Although we were planning only to sell Japanese beef curry, the Peko Peko cooks and I have decided cook a few other things to raise money for earthquake relief. The income from our sales will be donated to a relief fund set up by the Fukushima Prefectural government.
Besides the beef curry ($12.50), Brackett's selling kombu tsukudani (pickled seaweed, $5), pork okazu (with miso from quake-stricken Sendai, $5), and ume and grapefruit zeri (jelly, $5). It's too late to preorder, but General Store organizers say there should be enough food for walk-ins to score.

Pop-Up General Store

When: Wed., Mar 16, 5-7 p.m.

Where: Grace Street Catering, 4629 Martin Luther King Jr. (at 47th St.), Oakland

Other businesses donating proceeds to quake relief:



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