Free Water for Life courtesy of Boccalone Salumeria
At the San Francisco Ferry Building's newest store, Boccalone Salumeria, you can buy, for $20, a smart-looking metallic water bottle brandished with the pig-angel logo that, to my mind, embodies global love for all tasty salted pig parts. As anyone who likes to eat pig parts will know, following up these salty snacks with a refreshing glug of pure water is not a bad idea.
Any Locavore worth his or her salt will not feel comfortable about shipping glass or plastic bottles of 'designer' or mineral waters half way across the world when perfectly adequate Hetchy Hetchy water flows freely from our taps here in the Bay Area. At Boccalone Salumeria they have installed the patented Natura® water filter system that further improves the composition of the tap water and rids it of any smell or taste of chlorine.
At Boccalone Salumeria, Natura's filtration system provides customers with a choice of room temperature still, or chilled sparkling or still waters. You can either purchase it by the cup or be smart and buy that hamtastic bottle which promises you free water refills for life. It even has a handy clip on the top so you can secure it to your market shopping basket, so you'll never forget it... Boccalone also sell 'Meat Cups'. How can you not be intrigued by the idea of a meat cup?
Thanks to the person who bought me my first meat cup.
Hello to the person I bumped in to, who shared a little of another, different, meat cup with me, a meat cup that rightfully belonged to the Mad Meat Genius.
No two meat cups are the same, it would seem.
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© 2008 Sam Breach Free Water for Life courtesy of Boccalone Salumeria