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Lauren will discuss hidden gems on the San Francisco food scene and her progression from a geology major at Amherst to Chef de Cuisine at Delfine to entrepreneur opening up Il Cane Rosso in 2010.
Thursday, September 26, 2013
Il Cane Rosso
One Ferry Building
San Francisco, CA 94111
$71 per person
(includes four course dinner, one glasses of wine/beer, meal tax and gratuity)
Capacity is limited.
BROILED DEVILED HAM TOASTS
pickled mustard seeds, fromage blanc
GRILLED ZUCCHINI INVOLTINI
ricotta, mint, black olive tapenade
EARLY GIRL TOMATO GAZPACHO SHOOTER
olive oil, basil
MARIQUITA FARM LITTLE GEM LETTUCE
roasted grapes, walnuts, celery, blue cheese, mustard vinaigrette
Entrée (choice of one)
BAKED STUFFED HAPPY QUAIL PEPPERS (Vegetarian)
quinoa, mozzarella, mushrooms
LONG & BAILEY SLOW ROASTED PORK LOIN
shelling beans, peperonata
INDIAN SUMMER PLUM & FIG CRISP
almond streusel, whipped cream
This event is back by popular demand as it has quickly sold out in the past. Il Cane Rosso is known for its wondrous farm-to-table Italian food that has a special twist! Born in California but raised in Grand Rapids, Michigan, chef and owner Lauren Kiino '94 had a vision upon opening Il Cane Rosso: great-tasting food made from quality ingredients, Italian in feeling but completely local.
The menu takes full advantage of the Bay Area's fantastic local purveyors. All produce is from small, local and organic farms and their meat is from small, family owned farms and is pastured, organic and local.
Lauren has two new restaurants opening in San Francisco later this year: Red Dog restaurant and Fearless Café.
Questions? Contact Kelly Close '90 at firstname.lastname@example.org or (415) 518-5336.