The CUESA Sunday Supper: SF's Famous Chefs Saying Funny Things on Video
Last night at the CUESA Sunday Supper I learned the following: that Gialina owner Sharon Ardiana is opening a new restaurant (though she doesn't have a space yet), that Mark Dommen's next whole beast meal will be devoted to suckling pig, that Bar Tartine will serve housemade English muffins when they open for breakfast in three weeks (and that chef Chris Kronner isn't sleeping much).
I also caught up with Stuart Brioza and Nicole Krasinsky, who hope to open their own place in 2010 (and not, they joked, a taco truck), found out that Jamie Lauren can do the running man (watch the video below), and learned that Robbie Lewis prefers Mary Anne to Ginger (and, more importantly, is really hoping for the return of fine dining). Oh, and the meal? A very fine feast put out by some very fine chefs, all to benefit the very fine CUESA programming—farm tours, cooking demonstations, the market (of course) and so much more.