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Friday, June 29, 2012

Calling All Carnivores: Jablow's Meats Serves the Secrets to Sausage Linkin'

Posted By on Fri, Jun 29, 2012 at 7:00 AM

Dan Jablow of Jablow's Meats, visionary of the meat awakening - ALEX HOCHMAN
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  • Dan Jablow of Jablow's Meats, visionary of the meat awakening


When: Sunday, July 15, from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m.

Where: Good Eggs, 530 Hampshire (between Mariposa and 18th streets)

Cost: $75

The Rundown: Perhaps you've completely avoided sausage-making family gatherings since you were told to "never stick your fingers in there." But Dan Jablow of Jablow's Meats is pursing his dream of San Francisco's "meat awakening," and he would never lead San Francisco's meat-lovers into the danger of losing a finger or two -- so perhaps learning to handle a meat grinder isn't such a terrifying idea. Jablow is offering a meaty afternoon of gettin' your hands elbow-deep in animal parts, like a real carnivore should. Oh, and seasoning is involved too.

Participants will learn Jablow's secrets of sausage-linkin' and have the opportunity to taste the links of their labor (enhanced with homemade mustard and local beers), and all meat-grinders will leave the workshop with a two-pound baggie of some damn good sausages. 

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