Walnut Tartlets 
and Other Delights

San Francisco loves food from farms, and we also love festivals of films, so it’s surprising that this weekend’s Food & Farm Film Festat the Roxie is the first convergence of these elements. Presented in conjunction with Bi-Rite Market and the food advocacy non-profit Three Squares, the Fest’s six programs are accompanied by tasty noms from your favorite Mission eateries. Friday’s 1 p.m. screening of a rare 35mm print of Pixar’s Ratatouille will be served with the titular dish made by Frances’ Chef Melissa Perello, followed by a French Cooking for Kids class (for the 12 lucky kids whose parents bought tickets in advance, hint hint). The 4 p.m. “Food, Justice & Art” shorts program includes walnut tartlets from Mission Pie, while the 8 p.m. feature — Les Blank’s 1980 documentary about the Bay Area’s garlic fixation, Garlic Is As Good As Ten Mothers — is introduced by Chez Panisse proprietor and garlic guru Alice Waters, and accompanied by a “garlicky surprise” from Andalu. As surprises go, garlicky ones are the best.
March 29-31, 1-8 p.m., 2013

 
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