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January Culinary Group Dinner

The next Culinary Group Dinner will be January 9. The planned menu is: Matsutake soup, Age sushi (vinegared rice in fried tofu sacks),cucumber namasu (cucumber with vinegar dressing), shiitake cooked in soy and sake sauce, spinach with tofu sauce, teriyaki chicken, tuna sashimi, shrimp with long whiskers, and for dessert red kanten (agar agar) with crushed pineapple (prepared and eaten like jello).
We meet at 7 p.m. at the San Francisco County Fair Building (a.k.a. Hall of Flowers), Golden Gate Park, 9th and Lincoln, SF. The dinners are open to current MSSF members and their guests. Reservations are required and must be made no later than Wednesday, January 4. Make your reservation online by going to mssf.org. Go to the calendar and click on the event, or go to the members area and click on “event registration”. You may also contact Bill and Carol Hellums at 415-347-7444 for reservations or other information.
We keep our reservation numbers at a maximum of 60, so reserve earlier rather than later.
Be sure to bring all your own tableware and table covering, as the venue does not provide linens, dishes, utensils, glassware, etc. Also bring your favorite dinner beverage and an appetizer to share. The dinner will be $16 per person, $15 for seniors and students.

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