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Ryan Farr Helps a Pitmaster; Marla and Range Team Up

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NOPA/WESTERN ADDITION—The ever-awesome Ryan Farr of 4505 Meats is holding a fundraiser for Rodney Scott, the legendary Carolina pitmaster who lost his 'cue facilities in a fire last year. Expect whole-hog 'cue plus sides, with the help of Minnie Bell's Soul Movement and Sugarfoot Grits. Tickets are $20-100, and they're also running some online auctions of cool 4505 experiences to benefit the cause. [EaterWire]

THE INTERNET—Speaking of Farr, here's a video of him sharing his tips to making the perfect Lao-style pork sausage. [Tasting Table]

THE MISSIONMarla Bakery is kicking off a new series of collaborative dinners on Sunday with the help of Range's Rachel Sillcocks and former Nopa wine director Chris Deegan. The six-course menu, with pairings, is $125, and features courses like green garlic soup, poached black cod, and citrus pot de creme around a hearth-side communal table. [EaterWire]

THE INTERNET—A new crowdfunding company called Credibles is making a bid to replace Kickstarter and Indiegogo as the primary online fundraising tool for food businesses and restaurants, allowing them to pay backers back in food over time. [SFBT]

SOMA—Tomorrow night, the American Grilled Cheese Kitchen will revive their annual Pitchers & Pizza event, with beers from Headlands Brewing, pizza from the Del Popolo truck, and of course, grilled cheese. It all goes down from 5-9 pm. [EaterWire]

4505 Meats/Chicharrones

Ferry Building SF, San Francisco, CA 94111 (415) 255-3094

Marla Bakery

3619 Balboa Street, , CA 94121 (415) 742-4379 Visit Website

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