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San Francisco — By kleland on April 15, 2010 at 11:06 am
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The SF Underground Market

The Bay Area is a mecca of farmers markets. From the Ferry Building to the San Rafael Sunday market, Bay Area foodies have a wide range of outdoor fresh-food markets to choose from. But to sell at a farmers market, vendors are required to produce their wares in a commercial kitchen. For many artisan food vendors, this expense just isn’t possible. Enter The Underground Market — a nighttime foodie find that is all about helping these small producers get some big exposure for their culinary creations.

This Friday, April 16, from 5-11p.m., a whole host of new vendors, including mmm butter (hand-churned bacon butter), Ben L. (American Kobe beef brisket) and Genny M. (homemade mustard), will be joining the usual 30 regulars to put on a show at this Friday’s Underground Market. Music by Debbie Neigher will play as foodies shop and taste all these artisans have to offer. For those looking to learn how to make their own food and drink, workshops will be available and include:

• 7 pm pm Seed Saving with Antonio Roman-Alcala
• 8 pm Home Made Sourdough with Danny from Sour Flour
• 9  pm Easy Home Brewing with Galen Krumel

The San Francisco Underground Market

SomArts, 934 Brannan St., SF (between 8th/9th)

Photo courtesy of Flicker Jonnyhunter CC

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