Eat Tired Hands Tacos for a Good Cause at Garage Passyunk
Chef Bill Braun is serving up Primal Supply pastured meats to benefit Broad Street Ministry on Saturday.
Whole-animal butcher Primal Supply keeps its Butcher’s Club members and the kitchens at restaurants like Aldine and Vetri stocked with pasture-raised local meats. And the business, run by former Kensington Quarters butcher Heather Thomason, likes to give back, particularly to great causes like Broad Street Ministry’s radical hospitality program.
And Thomason has also been working closely with Tired Hands Fermentaria chef Bill Braun over the past year, switching the bustling Ardmore restaurant’s meat supply chain over to pasture raised and locally sourced.
This Saturday, November 4th, Thomason and Braun are popping up in the cart at Garage Passyunk for one night only to bring Tired Hands tacos to South Philly.
Braun will be serving pork carnitas and beef brisket tacos, made with 100 percent grassfed beef and pasture-raised pork supplied by Thomason and her team. Sales start at 6 p.m. on Saturday and go until sellout. All proceeds will be donated to Broad Street Ministry.
If the evening is a success, Thomason says, she plans to collaborate with other chefs in her network to continue fundraising for the nonprofit, which provides restaurant-quality sit-down meals and other essential services for the most vulnerable Philadelphians.