You can have your ice cream and eat it too, Salt & Straw is hosting an exclusive cooking class so get your sweet tooth ready.
If the Thanksgiving flavor wasn't something to come crawling towards, this may be your chance to avoid the long lines at Salt & Straw's Fillmore location and make their secretive batches at home!
As head ice cream maker for Salt & Straw Portland, LA, and now San Francisco, and the Wiz Bang Bar in Portland’s Pine Street Market, Tyler Malek has been instrumental, along with cousin and Salt & Straw founder and CEO Kim Malek, in creating the chef driven, small batch ice cream movement.
Malek and his team hand make flavors that showcase the best local, organic and sustainable ingredients from Oregon, Southern California and Bay Area producers and artisans. Malek has been selected as one of Forbes 30 Under 30 and Eater Young Guns Semi-Finalists for 2013. Discovering his passion for blending flavors together when studying abroad in Beijing, China and traveling throughout Vietnam and Cambodia.
Their limited edition, seasonal flavors here include a Green Apple Mayo Sherbet made with apple juice from the Sierra Nevada foothills, apple cider vinegar from Sonoma, and Berkeley olive oil; Cascara Shrub with Candied Hibiscus, which is made with a coffee bean and apple cider vinegar shrub made in Berkeley; and Caramelized Almond S'Mores, made with Annie's graham crackers.
// Ferry Building, June 24th, 12:00 p.m. — 12:45 p.m., free, sffuncheap.com
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