Bento Maker's Traditional Japanese Menu Offered at Saturday's Mission Street Food

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Want a schooling in traditional Japanese cooking with a Slow Food approach? Oakland bento-maker Peko-Peko is slated to rock Mission Street Food on Saturday, June 20, with a pristine menu set to include braised pork belly with sake, kombu-cured halibut, and the last of the season's fresh bamboo shoots from Livermore. According to Peko-Peko owner Sylvan Mishima Brackett, none of the eight dishes will cost more than $12, and a portion of the take will benefit Mercy Corps. Learn more in the next day or so at MSF's Web site. Full menu after the jump.

Buta no kakuni:
Braised pork belly and daikon with sake and ginger;
with hot mustard and mustard greens

Kare karaage:
Whole fried local petrale sole with mori tsuyu

Asari sakamushi:
Tomales Bay clams steamed with fresh dashi, sake and mitsuba

Hirame kombu-jime:
Local halibut cured with kombu; with little lettuces and radishes

Korokke:
Panko-fried potato and cream-corn croquettes

Ochazuke:
A bowl of rice with green tea and dashi, salt-cured
steelhead salmon, scallions and nori

Oshinko:
Cucumber with shiso, napa cabbage with kombu and red chili
and green pepper and katsuobushi pickles

Aisukuriimu:
Apricot and boysenberry ice cream with apricot
sauce and noyeaux whipped cream


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