Farming Hope: Nepalese Inspired Garden Menu

In-PersonMission, San Francisco


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This is an alcohol-free event
Banquet (20+ Guests)
Join us for a dinner with unique community and healing food! Farming Hope hires homeless individuals to garden and cook with the food we grow. Chef Shrawan Nepali, founder of Curry Without Worry, will cook a Nepalese feast featuring seasonal produce from our gardens. Shrawan says his main ingredient is love, wth healthy doses of healing spices. Please join us to help raise funds for our new Farmers Market stand! Donate toward our goal & learn more at &

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Local Samosas
Locally sourced samosas filled with a medley of vegetables. These crispy treats are served with mint and tamarind chutneys.
Dal Healing Soup
Small Plate
This nepalese soup uses yellow lentils that are historically used in Himalayan cooking. Shrawan cooks this into dal soul with a combination of aromatics and Nepalese spices.
Nepalese Vegetable Curry
This Nepalese curry features seasonal vegetables that are seasoned with Nepalese healing spices. It is served over rice, with a side of roti bread and tomato-timur achar (a Nepalese hot salsa).
Ricotta Cake with Chai Tea
It is tradition at Curry Without Worry to gather around the table for some sweets and hot chai tea. Shrawan brings this tradition to Farming Hope, and we make a light ricotta cake served with macerated fruit and coconut whip cream to accompany his chai tea.

Farming Hope: Nepalese Inspired Garden Menu

In-PersonMission, San Francisco
(Exact Address will be shared upon purchase.)