Paradise Found: A NEW SCHOOL Pimento Cheese Breakfast Sando by Calabama and Chef Eric Greenspan
Two LA food legends meet at Surfas "chef’s paradise” to riff on a melt-in-your-mouth Southern inspired breakfast sando with flavor as big as its personality.
Chef Cara Haltiwagner of Calabama may have retired the iconic little red bucket drop but rest assured, her Southern inspired breakfast sandos are still on the move. For her ground-level debut, Calabama teams up with Chef Eric Greenspan, acclaimed grilled cheese master and TV personality for a bona fide breakfast pop up oozing with NEW SCHOOL American Cheese and a sunny Saturday vibe.
From a Hollywood fire escape to LA’s culinary haven. Surfas Culinary District has been selling premium specialty foods and kitchenware since they started their business in an abandoned LA garage in 1937. Over 80 years later, the family owned and operated culinary hub continues to be LA’s beloved stomping grounds for home cooks and chefs across the city.
- The Breakfast Sando: NEW SCHOOL pimento cheese, griddled bologna and a fried egg on BREADBAR bread, grilled and hot
- One bottle of Calabama hot sauce
- One packet of pre-sliced NEW SCHOOL American Cheese
- A whole lotta personality
Get the Sando. Get some sun. See you next Saturday morning, April 29th.
WHEN: Saturday April 29th, 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
WHERE: Surfas Culinary District, 3225 W Washington Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90018