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 Info/tickets CUESA Kitchen under the north arcade Ferry Building, San Francisco