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Mission Community Market July 21, 2011!

Live Local
JimBo Trout
Santos Perdidos
Caballo Durado
Sensational Salts
and More!

Hapa Ramen – New Mission Community Market Vendor

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Welcome Hapa Ramen! Not only supplying the Mission with easy and awesome take-home ramen kits, but also growing and butchering their own organic Riverdog Farms pigs — they bring’em in whole and butcher the pigs themselves. Hapa Ramen uses some of the meat for chashu in the ramen, and then plays around with some of the other parts to create tasty pork treasures and bring you stuff like:

  • Hickory and Almond Wood Smoked Bacon
  • Guanciale (Cured Pork Jowl)
  • Pancetta Lardons
  • Pickled Pig’s Feet Terrine
  • Macaroni and (head)cheese
  • Country Style Pate
  • Bacon Infused Liver Pate
And they ‘re always creating tasty foods to pair with the pork or ramen. Or just because it tastes good. So this week there’s:
  • Moroccan Spiced Preserved Meyer Lemons
  • Konbu Tsukudani (Soy, Sake, and Ginger Simmered Sea Kelp)
  • Knoll Farms Fig and Apricot Preserves
  • Almanac Beer Mustard
  • Lard

Hapa Ramen comes to MCM this week!

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Every street needs its food and every home its noodle. Now you can have both! Hapa Ramen joins the Mission Community Market this Thursday! Make traditional ramen into a modern masterpiece in your own home, with take-home kits of organic meats, local vegetables, one-of-a-kind noodles and Hapa’s unparalleled craft. Come welcome Richie, Susanna, Kevin, Sky, and Svet the Mission Community Market! This Thursday 4-8, and onward!

Tomatero Farm in the News!

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Great SF Chronicle article on Adriana Silva of Tomatero Farm

Watsonville — – It’s 6 a.m. sharp on a Wednesday, and the tight-knit crew at Tomatero Farm is already at work on a fog-shrouded parcel of land on the Central Coast. Some young, some old, all energetically chatting with one another in their own dialect of Spanglish, their faces peeking out from under wide-brimmed sun hats and layers of hooded sweatshirts…

Roasted Summer Squash with Brown Butter Vinaigrette

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Grab some charming summer squash from Tomatero Farm or Happy Boy Farms and give this recipe a try. Cut the squash into 1 inch chunks and toss with olive oil and salt. Arrange on a sheet tray or baking sheet and place in a pre-heated broiler and cook until charred in places. When done, remove the squash from the oven and heat a pan on high heat. Add a few tablespoons of butter let cook and foam over until browned, but not burned, then add either lemon juice, sherry vinegar, or balsamic vinegar and turn off the heat. You could also add some finely chopped shallot at this point. When the sauce is done, drizzle over squash and taste for seasoning, adding more salt if necessary. Add some chopped herbs like parsley or mint and you’re done! If you feel like really impressing, garnish with squash blossoms from Yerena Farms either stuffed with ricotta cheese and lemon zest, or just plain!