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Get Shaken and Stirred for Charity; Learn How to Properly Prepare Salami

Plus: ordering coffee in San Francisco and a culinary competition at Luce.

Luce Restaurant
Luce Restaurant
Luce Restaurant

SOMA— Learn how to cure homemade, dry salami with Angelo Garro of Omnivore Salt. He'll teach the proper way to select meat as well as check acidity, salt, temperature and humidity. The class takes place at his workshop and includes all materials, a meal by Angelo, a tasting of his homemade wine and a dry salami to take home. Class takes place Saturday, March 14; buy tickets here. [EaterWire]

SOMA— Luce will host another installment of the 4th Annual Culinary Clash this Sunday, March 15. The second of three student finalists from the International Culinary Center will showcase their menu as part of the annual cooking competition and fundraiser. Bay Area native Christopher Wan will prepare a three-course menu ($40); a portion of proceeds from each menu benefits the International Culinary Center's Scholarship Fund. [EaterWire]

MISSION— Speed Rack, the all-female speed-bartending competition, is back in town. It's a breast cancer fundraiser with a competitive angle, as contenders from local bars like ABV and Trick Dog battle it out for the title of Miss Speed Rack, a $500 prize to compete in the finals in New York and a trip to the Jameson factory in Ireland. Tickets are $20 and include punch and snacks from local eateries. [EaterWire]

SAN FRANCISCO— San Francisco doesn't mess around when it comes to coffee. Pour-overs, cold brew, siphons and a myriad of other super-intense brewing methods can be found at one of the many, many coffee shops and roasters around town. That's probably why this video about the experience of ordering coffee in San Francisco rings so very true. [Bold Italic]

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