Urban Kitchen SF is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that hosts affordable, single-purpose classes and workshops themed around the DIY Slow Food concept. Classes incorporate hands-on learning with instruction by area experts, using local and organic ingredients whenever possible.
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San Francisco Homebrewers Guild, in this introductory workshop cohosted by Urban Kitchen SF and CUESA. The class will cover brewing basics, including proper sanitation practices, adding malt extract, pitching yeast, and finally bottling beer. You'll try samples of different styles of beer, as well as the beer at various stages. A representative from San Francisco Brewcraft will also discuss buying ingredients and equipment. Armed with this knowledge you'll take home a $40 gift certificate to San Francisco Brewcraft and a coupon for 10% off beer-making supplies, so you can start brewing at home.
Date & Time: May 30th, 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Location: CUESA Dacor Outdoor Teaching Kitchen at San Francisco's Landmark Ferry Building (South Arcade near Market Bar)
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*sliding scale available. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Gifters, listen up: play your cards right and you could be the beneficiary of more than just gratitude next year!
UKSF classes teach participants the skills and knowledge they need to preserve the perfect pickle, transform milk into mozzarella, or create that juicy jam you just can't get enough of. It's a gift that keeps giving because our participants go home ready to recreate the magic at home, and that means more pickles, cheeses, and jams for everyone - including friends like you! Plus, supporting UKSF = great karma, because we promote Bay Area food artisans and always utilize fresh local ingredients.
So go ahead, give the gift of of a delicious (and nutritious) 2013. Here's a taste of our line up for next year (tickets available soon - sign up for our mailing list to be the first to know when they go on-line):
Plus we'll be preserving summer fruit, pickling veggies, and more! (Please note: Most of our workshops cost around $50/person, but some (such as butchery and other workshops with expensive ingredients) can cost closer to $80. Just something to keep in mind.)
Thanks also to our friends at CUESA, of the Ferry Plaza Farmer's Market, for their partnership and hard work.
Finally, we are incredibly grateful to our instructors, who have joined us in our mission to reintroduce basic food craft skills to urban dwellers. All instructors support UKSF's sliding scale ethos, and they give generously of their time and expertise, often despite demanding work schedules.
Thank you, everyone! We hope you have a happy holiday season surrounded by loved ones, good food and drink, and much cheer.