It’s still a month away, but it’s a good time to reserve your seats: the Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture’s 12th annual ~SPRING BREAKFAST~ fundraiser is coming up on Saturday May 12th (the day before Mother’s Day), when fans of the farmers’ market get a once-a-year chance to join their favorite farmers and food artisans for breakfast.
The market-inspired breakfast menu from Bob Clark (Bon Appétit Management Company, executive chef at eBay) will be served buffet-style, with items like pasture-raised scrambled eggs with fresh herbs, asparagus, and farmer’s cheese; artichoke and leek frittata with goat cheese; roasted potatoes with spring onions and gypsy peppers; sausage from 4505 Meats and Fatted Calf with fresh sage over an apple compote; and a market salad with baby beets, olives, and tomatoes. For a sweeter morning meal, try Martha’s Swedish oatmeal pancakes with tayberry compote, maple syrup, whipped butter, and pecans; blackberries, strawberries, cherries, and raspberries with granola, honey and yogurt; and assorted breakfast pastries with artisan cheeses and handmade jam. And to drink, Peet’s coffee and tea, fresh-squeezed citrus juice, and a mimosa bar!
Tickets are $45 adults, and $15 kids; reserve online. Two seatings, 9am and 11am, under the north arcade at the Ferry Building. CUESA is a nonprofit whose mission is to cultivate a sustainable food system through the operation of the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market and its educational programs.
Saturday May 12, 2012
9am and 11am seatings
$45 adults, $15 kids
CUESA Kitchen under the north arcade
Ferry Building, San Francisco