The Making of a Charitable Food Movement at SFMOMA May 31st


The San Francisco Food Bank. Photo courtesy Mission Street Food.

As part of “The Making of…” series from the Kitchen Sisters at SFMOMA, Mission Street Food will be organizing a charitable food event called The Making of a Charitable Food Movement on Friday May 31st. The event is part of a larger series that brings various makers together for live demonstrations at the MOMA. This particular event is the vision of Anthony Myint and Karen Leibowitz of Mission Street Food and is all about creating a charitable food movement that is deeply invested in giving back to underserved communities. You can read more about the inspiration and ideas behind the event here. In this case, the proceeds will be going to the San Francisco Food Bank.

The event includes 30-minutes demonstrations from local chefs like Chad Robertson (“The Making of Bread”), Thomas McNaughton (“The Making of Pasta”), and Jason Fox (“The Making of Ice Cream”), and a variety of tasty food items available for purchase at $5 ($1 goes to the food bank) and $50 gift certificates from a wide array of San Francisco restaurants ($5 goes to the food bank). The gift certificates will also be available online here. The event runs from 11am-6pm in the Schwab Room at the SFMOMA. 151 3rd St. at Howard, 415-357-4000.

Event Info

Friday May 31, 2013
Food $5, Gift Certificates $50
SFMOMA Schwab Room
151 3rd St. at Howard