DFF Presents, The Concrete Kitchen: A Night of Food + Film about Urban Farming
Event Info

The Disposable Film Festival is proud to present, The Concrete Kitchen: A Night of Food and Film Focused on Urban Farming. In partnership with Pie Ranch, Real Food Media, ForageSF, Alemany Farm, CityBees, Dandelion Chocolate and Arizmendi Bakery as well as our Chef David Stockhausen, we will be pairing each course with a short film or series of films focused on the topic at hand. We are also very honored to announce Jered Lawson, Executive Director of Pie Ranch, Chris Tittle, Director of Organizational Resilience at the Sustainable Economies Law Center and Anna Lappe as our guest speakers for the evening. Anna is the founding principal of the Small Planet Institute and is the head of the Real Food Media Project, which is an initiative created to help spread the story of sustainable food using creative movies, an online action center, and grassroots events…like this one! This event will be housed at the J. Rusten Furniture Studio and Gallery in the Mission District. All food, drink and gratuity is included.

The Menu
(subject to change)

Amuse Bouche
Fresh farmer's cheese with parsley pesto, local olive oil and edible flowers.

1st Course
Spring Greens with wild honey and Pie Ranch bears lime vinaigrette, toasted pumpkin seed, bell bean leaves, shaved salted radish, picked beet and cured egg yolk

The Omnivore Option
Pie Ranch linguica sausage, stock stewed wheat berries and and Swiss chard ribbons with a roasted beet puree

The Herbivore Option
Beets au gratin in a creamy polenta with thyme oil with wilted Swiss chard

Mixed wild honey citrus tart with wild bay salt and sugar dusting 

Where and When J. Rusten Furniture Studio
Saturday, March 22
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm (Pacific Time)

Major Partners

11th Hour Project
Rickshaw Bagworks
French Embassy in the United States
SF Station