Location: San Francisco, CA
Chaac Mool Yucatecan Food would love the opportunity to introduce you to traditional Mayan Cuisine. Head Chef Luis Vazquez drew inspiration from the ancient god of the rain to start the namesake company Chaac Mool. Vazquez, a fith generation Yucatecan breadmaker formed the company with his wife Maria six years ago. The Vazquezes believe there is more to Mexican food than just burritos so they use their food to bring the legends, flavors and feelings of Mexico straight to you.
The chefs use generational recipes indigenous to the Yucatan, such as their signature cochinita pibil, a slow-roasted Niman Ranch pork, dry-rubbed with Achiote and Yucatecan spices. This recipe, and several others, are inspired by owner Luis Vazquez's grandmother.
Over the past six years, La Cocina’s Street Food Festival has become a San Francisco staple. The festival features innovative food, education and discussion, and a chance for the SF community to share experience and taste with each other. At the center of all the flags, festivity, and great-eating are passionate woman. That’s right––along with filling your stomach, the festival is a radical way to support local female entrepreneurs. La Cocina started in 2005 and is based in the Mission District … →
Even our most loyal shoppers may be missing out on some of the best products that MCM has to offer, simply because they don’t know where to look! This week, we’d like to let you in on some of the best-kept secrets at MCM – in the hope that they won’t be secrets for long! We know you love their assortment of raw and flavored nuts, but have you tried the deliciously creamy Roasted Almond Butter from Winter’s Fruit Tree? Come on down and pick … →
Although a visit to the market offers inspiration to cook with fresh, interesting, and colorful ingredients, it can be difficult finding the time to create epic meals from scratch. Mission Community Market has some excellent options for those who are short on time to spend in the kitchen. We’ve created a list of seven awesome products at MCM to help you create that delicious and nutritious semi-homemade meal in a snap! 1. Home Maid Ravioli – Home Maid Ravioli Company carries several different … →
Chris regularly comes to MCM with his family. The rest of the family was feeling a little camera-shy, but they all love visiting the market! Where do you live? Noe Valley How often do you come to the MCM? Twice a month, after picking up the kids at the Friends School nearby. What are you buying? We always stop for kettle corn at Peter’s Kettle Corn! Today, we got fruit from Twin Girls, carrots and berries from Tomatero, some other … →