Wild Food at the Wild Kitchen
The Wild Kitchen is having its first dinner! It’s going to be on Feb 14, in a secret location in the mission. If you’re looking for a different kind of Valentines Day, this is the place. Wild boar, nettles, acorn ice cream (it’s actually really good) . We mean to reintroduce wild food to the masses, or at least the people we know. The dinner will feature 4 courses, each highlighting a different locally foraged ingredient. There is one communal table, and several “private” tables for groups of 2 and 4. Tickets are $40 cash at the door and include:
+Wild Nettle and potato soup with crème fraiche
+ Slow Roasted Wild boar with chanterelles and fingerling potatoes
+ Salad of foraged citrus with wild greens
+ Your choice of Acorn or Vanilla ice cream, with a balsamic strawberry reduction
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org and you will be given the address. Space is very limited, so please write only if you’re sure you can come. If you want a “private” table, tell us in the email. Drinks will be available for suggested donation of $4.
This food is all wild foraged, and sometimes we can’t find just what we want. Because of this, the menu could change. If it does, we’ll let you know.