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Flour + Water Cooking Demo & Tasting | Ferry Plaza Farmers Market

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Saturday, March 5, 2016 - 11:00 am | Cost: FREE
Ferry Building | The Embarcadero and Ferry Plaza, San Francisco, CA

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Free Seasonal Cooking Demo & Tasting | Ferry Plaza Farmers Market

This waterfront market, run by the Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture (CUESA), has over 100 food, fruit, and vegetable vendors on Saturdays and the entire Bay as its beautiful backdrop.

The Ferry Plaza Farmers Market operates year-round from 8 am to 2 pm.

On most Saturdays, free cooking demos take place in the CUESA Classroom (under the white tents in front of the Ferry Building) and are free to the public, with recipes and samples for all.

– Updated 5/28/19 – Event info last checked via website

Evan Allumbaugh’s appreciation for Italian cuisine was a long time coming; he was making homemade pasta for his parents at age 11 at home in Orange County. This is also where he began his career working at a small trattoria for a Naples born-and-raised chef in high school. After finishing his studies at the San Diego Culinary Institute, Evan went to Italy to stage at the Two Michelin Starred Lake Como restaurant, Villa Crespia. He returned three months later and landed a job in Scottsdale, working the pasta station for a full year.

Evan earned the opportunity to work at Michael Mina’s restaurant in Orange County before moving up to San Francisco in 2012. He started at flour+water as a line cook shortly there after and has since moved his way up to Chef de Cuisine. His favorite part of being a Chef at flour+water is the freedom that he has to test and try out anything. He loves that the creative possibilities in cooking are endless.

Devil’s Gulch Ranch is a diversified family farm in Marin County. In 1971, Mark acquired a few acres of land in Nicasio that had previously been used for dairy cattle and started raising horses and pigs. Today, Mark and his wife, Myriam, who is also a veterinarian, raise pastured pork, grass-fed lamb, and rabbit, in addition to growing wine grapes and asparagus.

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Cost: FREE
Categories: Eating & Drinking, Lectures & Workshops
Address: The Embarcadero and Ferry Plaza, San Francisco, CA