Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Charcuterie for a Cause

$100 to Spend at the Fatted Calf for Menu for Hope

picture photograph image ALT 2007 copyright of sam breach

Unless I am out of town, I visit The Fatted Calf stand at the San Francisco Farmers' Market every week. I nearly always buy bacon, I often buy Soul Food Chicken Broth, I might also buy Saucisson Sec, Toulouse sausages, Petit Jambon and, if they have it in stock, every packet of bresaola I can get my hands on. I love -love- love the Fatted Calf. I shop there so often that its owners, Taylor and Toponia, have become friends. And you can guess what friends do, can't you? They offer you extra prizes for Menu for Hope, an annual Food Bloggers' Campaign to raise money for good causes around the world. For Bay Area Charcuterie lovers this prize is easily worth popping an extra $10 donation on. Not only will you get the chance to perhaps win some Fatted Calf meaty goodness, you will also help feed the children of Lesotho, our chosen recipients of all raised funds for 2007, at the same time. It's a great deal. It's a no brainer...

UW36 $100 Fatted Calf Gift Voucher

Gift certificates are good for any items from either the Berkeley or SF Farmers Market or from the new Fatted Calf store opening at the Oxbow Public Market in Napa this January. The new shop will offer a host of locally produced foods and house made charcuterie accompaniments in addition to the Fatted Calf’s menu of meaty goods.

Details on how to donate and bid here using the code UW36 for the chance to win this Fatted Calf prize.

Here at Becks & Posh we are also offering an English Afternoon Tea prize.

Other new West Coast prizes can be found here.

Visit Chez Pim for a full list of all available Menu for Hope prizes.

Thank you all for your support.

© 2007 Sam Breach
Charcuterie for a Cause


  • At 13/12/07 00:30, Blogger ChrisB said…

    How generous of them, I'll donate to that so if I win you and Fred can pick up the prize!

  • At 13/12/07 07:46, Blogger Sam said…

    that is kind - but I think you should bid on something else that YOU would like!


Post a Comment

<< Home