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The Royal Blenheim Apricot

June 11th, 2015 by missionpie

Featured presently in our Apricot Frangipane Tart!

Belnheim

Detail from stunning drawing by Sergio Alfaro!

Blenheim detail

 

 

Welcome Spring with Strawberry Rhubarb!

March 21st, 2015 by missionpie

We have Strawberry Rhubarb, Apple Rhubarb, even Pickled Rhubarb in the Grain Salad> Spring has sprung.

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NOW SERVING Linea Espresso

February 27th, 2015 by missionpie

We are happy to announce that we are now sourcing our Espresso blend from our neighbor, Linea Caffe.

Linea Caffe is a San Francisco based coffee roasting company with a warm and modern café, located in the heart of San Francisco’s Mission District

The mission of Linea Caffe is to secure, purchase, roast, and serve the world’s finest coffees. The company strongly supports the sustainable efforts of farmers and organic farming techniques. The coffees that the company purchases command a much higher premium than fair trade pricing. Linea Caffe is committed to paying top premiums based on quality.

We will continue to offer Taylor Maid Farms‘ Goat Rock Roast year round, and we will select from among Taylor Maid Farms’ and Linea Caffe’s single-origin coffee for our seasonal offering.

We will close for renovations Feb 2-10

January 6th, 2015 by missionpie

We want to let you know that we will be closed for a bit more than a week at the beginning of February, beginning the 2nd, to make a few simple and important upgrades to our customer space. We’ll move the counter a bit to improve your visibility and comfort as you move through the space, and replace some equipment with more efficient models, generally spiff things up a bit, all while maintaining the ambiance that we all enjoy.

We appreciate your understanding, and hope to neither inconvenience you nor impact your daily rituals for long.

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Christmas at Mission Pie

December 3rd, 2014 by missionpie

WE WILL CLOSE AT 5PM ON WEDNESDAY December 24th.
DEADLINE FOR XMAS ORDERS IS Sunday, December 21st at 10pm.

We will be closed Christmas Day (25th). We will reopen on Friday Dec 26th at 8am.

We take orders by phone or in person, and NOT by email, tweet, nor Facebook. We ask that you pre-pay for your order. We will have a number of pies for walk-in purchase on December 24th.

 

SWEET PIE MENU

*All pies are $24*

Apple Pie

The classic made from a combination of sweet and tart apple wedges topped with a perfectly browned crust.

Dutch Apple Pie

Apple chunks tossed with a bit of Straus organic yogurt to yield a creamier apple filling, under a crumble topping.

Pear-Raspberry Pie

A winter favorite – the sweetness of fresh pears with bright raspberries and a light crumble topping.

Walnut Pie

Season’s Greetings to the walnut growers of California; this year-round favorite is a sweet holiday pie.

Sweet Potato Pie

Our take on this classic – roasted sweet potato custard, rich and decadent.

Cranberry Chess Pie

A light and sweet buttermilk custard dotted with fresh tangy cranberries.

Shaker Lemon Pie

Meyer lemons, sugar, eggs and that’s it! Sweet, tart and unaccountably delicious.

Vegan Apple Blackberry Pie

Made with our coconut/canola oil crust, sweet and tart apples, juicy blackberries and a crumble top.

Mission Pie also sells our pie dough! $3 a piece for the butter crust, $4 for the vegan. Add $1 for tinned.

NEW FOOD BOOKS!

October 25th, 2014 by missionpie

We are excited to offer 5 new books and one returning favorite to help you get an early start on your winter reading list or your holiday shopping. We are running a not-to-be-missed special this week – Buy a Book, we will give you a Free Slice of Pumpkin Pie!

 

books w 2014  Featured titles are

Defending Beef by Nicolette Hahn Niman

Wild Fermentation by Sandor Ellix Katz

Local: The New Face of Food and Farming in America by Douglas Gayeton

The Atlas of Food by Erik Millstone and Tim Lang

Food Politics: How the Food Industry Influences Nutrition and Health by Marion Nestle

Raise: What the 4-H Teaches Seven Million Kids And How Its Lessons Could Change Food and Farming Forever by Kiera Butler

The Field Guide to California Agriculture by Paul Starrs and Peter Goin

 

 

We are hiring for the Front of House!

October 18th, 2014 by missionpie

All you need to know to apply to join our great team is here:

http://sfbay.craigslist.org/sfc/fbh/4707240221.html

Late Night and Early Morning Transit Survey

September 7th, 2014 by missionpie

Earlier this year, the Office of Economic and Workforce Development and the San Francisco Entertainment Commission formed a Late Night Transportation Working Group comprised of local transportation providers, representatives from nighttime and early morning businesses, nightlife advocates, labor unions, and other stakeholders (including Mission Pie) in order to study ways to improve late night and early morning transportation to, from, and within San Francisco.

One of the first steps is to survey more broadly refine the understanding of people’s challenges and priorities. We know that many of our staff struggle to get to work for early morning shifts, and also struggle to get home at the end of the night. Folks also talk about it being difficult to get around on nights off when just trying to meet up with friends. If you relate to these challenges, please take a minute and take the short survey which you can find on the NightlifeSF site. Your input will be useful to the Task Force. Also, pass the link on to others. Thanks.

…. and the WINNERS are…

September 2nd, 2014 by missionpie

The 8th Annual Pie Contest at Mission Pie was a great success and wonderful event last Saturday.

Our judges were a distinguished group, including Mac and Chris who won the grand prize last year for their Gravesntein Apple and Fresh Baby Ginger Pie, Josey Baker, of Josey Baker Bread, Bill Niman of BN Ranch, and the head of our baking team at Mission Pie, Lisa Ziebel.

Seventeen pies competed for 5 prizes and the winners were as follows:

“Best Classic” – for the best rendition of a classic pie: Chiara MANODORI for her Key Lime Pie

“Make Yo’ Mama Blush” – for the most decadent pie: Jaime THOMAS and her Peanut Butter Chocolate Cream in a Pretzel Crust Pie

“Bakers’ Choice” – for the most perfect execution and balance: Deborah CARSWELL (and daughters) and their Apple Blackberry and Sage Pie

“People’s Choice” – as voted by the crowd of enthusiastic tasters: Long LE and his Pear and Pistachio Frangipane Pie

“Best in Show” – for best in all categories! Olivia THOMAS and her Pear and Blackberry Crunch Pie

Each winner received a basket of goodies, and in addition, Olivia received the crown that passes from winner to winner and is also entitled to a day in the kitchen with Mission Pie bakers featuring her pie on the menu.

Thanks to all who participated in any and all ways. We love this event, and look forward to it next year.

 

8th Annual Pie Baking Contest!

August 12th, 2014 by missionpie

8th Annual Pie Contest at Mission Pie Saturday August 30 from 1:30 – 3:00

Interested home bakers are invited to submit a sweet or savory pie to the 8th Annual Pie Baking Contest.

The first 20 people to enter will be the contestants this year. Current and former professional bakers are not eligible to enter as contestants, but may be eligible to serve as judges.

If you would like to participate…

While the judges are hard at work, you might choose to take a stroll in the neighborhood, visit a friend or run errands, go home and come back, or simply hang out at Mission Pie. At 2:30, we will put pies out for contestants and enthusiasts to sample, and at 3:00, winners will be announced.

Good luck, bakers!

People love coming to Mission Pie because our FOH staff are AWESOME! We take pride in bringing sincere and friendly service to our customers, enhancing the flavors or pie and supper and making each visit a delight. We are looking for a star to join our team, and that might be you!

FOH responsibilities include serving customers, shop maintenance, dishwashing, opening and closing the shop. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of two years experience in food service or a related field, a proven ability to bring leadership to a role and desire to learn and teach about food-from both a culinary and agricultural standpoint. Mission Pie also works in collaboration with several local agencies which provide workforce development services to at-risk youth populations, so prior training skill and experience are a plus. Early morning, evening and weekend availability are all essential, and we are seeking a year commitment, or at least the promise that you won’t leave during the holidays.

We are devoted to shared workload, ongoing education of self, customers and colleagues and maintaining an upbeat, collaborative, unpretentious environment.

Mission Pie is committed to working with the highest quality fruits, vegetables, grains, meat and dairy products from California producers. Ideal candidates should bring a knowledge of and respect for the regional food landscape.

TO APPLY, please send RESUME and COVER LETTER regarding which position you are applying for and WHY you want to work at Mission Pie. No phone calls or drop-ins, please.

We offer competitive pay and excellent benefits.

New Food Books!

April 25th, 2014 by missionpie

We have a new crop of books for sale on our shelves:

Vegan Soul Kitchen by Bryant Terry, which Van Jones describes as “Much more than a cookbook, Vegan Soul Kitchen reads like a rich gumbo of the African-American experience, a history lesson with a mouthwatering twist…”

American Wasteland: How America Throws Away Nearly Half Its Food (and What We Can Do About It) by journalist Jonathan Bloom

and, in case you missed it last time

the Field Guide to California Agriculture by Paul F. Starrs and Peter Goin, a valuable addition to your reference collection.

 

Passover Menu

April 10th, 2014 by missionpie

 We want to make your seder a little bit easier, so we’re making some of the essentials.  We will be more likely to meet your holiday needs if you order ahead, so give us a cal at 415-282-1500.

Chopped Liver

Half-pint for $6

Horseradish

Half-pint for $6

Charoset

Quart for $8

Chicken or Vegetable Broth

Quart for $6

Macaroons

with cocoa nibs

One dozen $10

Half-dozen $6

 

 

Old School Sunday!

March 23rd, 2014 by missionpie

We’ve been dreaming about all of those classic/retro/old school pies.  And so, we’ve going to start baking a special sweet pie every Sunday.  They will be available for one day only, whole or by the slice, while supplies last.

Pictured below:  Key Lime Pie and Peanut Butter Pie.

 key limePB Pie

Welcome Strawberries!

March 23rd, 2014 by missionpie

Strawberries

First Day of Spring

March 20th, 2014 by missionpie

It’s the first day of Spring and here at Mission Pie we are eagerly awaiting our first delivery of strawberries from Yerena Farms in Watsonville. We’ll start off featuring the berries in a mini pie and once quantities ramp up, we’ll make strawberry rhubarb and mixed berry full size pies. So long, winter.  Hello, berries!

Saint Patrick’s Day Special!

March 16th, 2014 by missionpie

We’re anticipating that the holiday spirit may have you hankering for some Irish grub.  On Monday, March 17 we’ll be dishing out a special meat supper in honor of Saint Patrick’s Day.   Come on in for CORNED DUCK and CABBAGE  plus your choice of a fizzy beverage.  $10!

No more PI DAY orders, but plenty of PIE.

March 13th, 2014 by missionpie

If you missed the deadline, don’t sweat it. We will be making pies beyond the number ordered for $3.14 slices – SUCH A DEAL! – and walk-in pick-up. There’s no telling when we will run out, though we certainly will.

p.s. Even if you call and promise us the moon, we won’t be able to hold your order. Just come on over – we’re only a block from BART and parking is easy-ish.

Having a Pi Day party?

March 1st, 2014 by missionpie

Don’t wait until the last minute to order your Pi Day pies!

To ensure that we can meet your pie needs,

order by Wednesday March 12 at 10pm.

Sweet pie menu

all whole pies are $22

Apple

Pear Blueberry

Dutch Apple

Walnut

Shaker Lemon

Banana Cream

Vegan Spiced Apple

 

Please CALL US to place an ORDER at 415-282-4PIE or at 415-282-1500

On March 14 only, we will offer pie delivery, thanks to the helping hands of our friends at Lucky Bolt.

Deliveries can be made between 9 and 11am or between 1 and 3pm.

Delivery cost depends on location and size of order, and starts at $25.

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