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Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Ryan Farr Promises Dogs, Gobs, and More at 4505 Meats Stall

Posted By on Wed, Jun 24, 2009 at 12:35 PM

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Steven Gdula
Miniature gobs -- gobbles -- will be available through 4505 Meats.
We're waiting with bated breath and an empty stomach for next week's launch of the new Thursday street-food-focused farmer's market at the Ferry Building. But one of its most anticipated stalls won't be open until the following week.

4505 Meats proprietor Ryan Farr told SFoodie that the opening menu when his stall launches on July 9 will include his "golden dog," chicken beer sausage, and narcotic-like chicharrones. For dessert, Farr's famed peanut butter-bacon brownies are likely to make an appearance, as will gobbles (mini cake sandwiches inspired by a traditional Pennsylvania staple) from S.F. street-food purveyor Gobba Gobba Hey. Farr also said he's looking into a few other fun local bites to sell. Sounds like it will all be worth the wait.

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