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

Panko-fried potato and cream-corn croquettes

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

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

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


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