If you were to pick the best meal of the week, it would obviously be Sunday brunch — that lazy mid-day feast that remixes the best of breakfast and lunch into a single, gut-busting repast. And if you were to pick the best place to do it for the best cause imaginable, it would be the April 13, 2013 partnership of Zazu Restaurant + Farm and the Ceres Community Project.
From 9a.m. to 2p.m., teen chefs from the Sebastopol non-profit will help prepare and serve bacon waffles, gourmet mushroom bruschetta, breakfast tostadas, wild salmon and grilled asparagus and flat iron steaks with Chef Duskie Estes and Ceres’ mentor chef, Rob Hogencamp.
All proceeds for the brunch event will benefit the Ceres project, which has provided more than 150,000 free, nourishing meals to families in medical crisis. The program relies on more than 600 teens to help prepare the meals. Three courses, $39. Reservations at 523.4814.