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October Events

I’ve got a couple of great events lined up for October. Click on the bold text to learn more and to buy tickets:

A Day of Artisan Beef Butchery at Soul Food Farm: Avedano’s Butcher Shop in San Francisco and Agricola Grass Feed Beef Ranch in Dixon come together for a second year to honor the work of Master Butchers and the beauty of grassfeed local beef. The event will be held on Oct. 15th from 1 to 5 p.m at Soul Food Farm. The day will begin with top Bay Area chefs cooking half of the aged beef and John Fink of the Whole Beast grilling and talking about open fire cooking. At 3 p.m. master butchers will demonstrate how to break down a steer describing both American cuts and Italian cuts. The demo will be followed by a raffle of the cuts of beef. This event is held each year as a fund raiser to support local farms and agricultural projects in the Bay Area.

Homeward Bound of Marin Fundraiser: Duskie Estes and John Stewart of zazu restaurant + farm in Santa Rosa will team up with David Budworth, aka Dave the Butcher, for an evening of fine dining and the butcher’s art on Oct. 20 at Fresh Starts Cooking School. Tickets can be purchased online or by calling 415-382-3363 x244. The menu for this delicious event:

  • Pork Cheek Sliders with Salsa Verde
  • “BLT Salad” with Pork Belly Croutons
  • Black Pig Fennel Sausage with Peppers and Polenta
  • Quince Tarte Tatin with Bellwether Farms Fromage Blanc Gelato
  • Butchery and Belgian Bier.

    “An Evening of Butchery and Belgian Bier”

    David Budworth, aka “Dave the Butcher”, is proud to present an “An Evening of Butchery and Belgian Bier,” on August 23, 2009, starting at 3pm.

    “An Evening of Butchery and Belgian Bier” will feature special appetizers, Belgian biers, and goat entrees created by Dave The Butcher. From 4pm-6pm, Dave will break down a whole locally raised, all-natural grain fed goat. Dave will demonstrate different butchering techniques in preparing the goat into a variety of cuts, that will be raffled off after dinner, each paired with a Belgian bier.

    The event is hosted and sponsored by LaTrappe Belgian Bistro, located at 800 Greenwich St. in North Beach, San Francisco, California. La Trappe features 18 rotating taps of Belgian ale, and a library of over 350 bottled Belgian ales. With both casual and formal dining areas, La Trappe hosts numerous events during the year, many associated with Belgian cuisine.

    “An Evening of Butchery and Belgian Bier” is also sponsored by
    Biagio Artisian Meats and Long Ranch of Manteca who are providing the goats for both the evening’s meal and demonstration.

    Tickets are priced at $65 per person and include a range of appetizers, Dave’s presentation, one entrée paired with one Belgian bier, a dessert, and one entry into the raffle.