Wednesday, January 2, 2013

The West Marin Reuben

This is a short film about a sandwich: the West Marin Rueben, presented by Perry's Inverness Park Grocery. 


Perry’s Inverness Park Grocery is proud to present “About a Sandwich” -- a short film by local filmmaker Josh Berry. The 3-minute film offers a creative view of the West Marin Reuben, a sandwich made with all local ingredients. The West Marin Reuben is a celebration of locally produced foods from the area’s best farms and kitchens.

This sandwich features the vibrant flavors of West Marin, and is made fresh to order at Perry’s Inverness Park Grocery. The sourdough rye batard in the West Marin Reuben is made by hand and baked fresh in a traditional wood-fired brick oven at Brickmaiden Breads in Point Reyes Station. Organic cabbage harvested at Fresh Run Farms in Bolinas is used for the classic sauerkraut made by Wild West Ferments.

The crisp and refreshing melted toma cheese comes directly from Point Reyes Farmstead Cheese Company’s verdant green pastures above Tomales Bay. Pastrami in the West Marin Reuben is brined and smoked in Perry’s own kitchen, and the beef brisket is locally grown at Stemple Creek Ranch in Tomales. This delicious, free-range meat holds the unique coastal flavors of the region’s hearty grasses. Chef Ed Vigil makes an exceptional Reuben dressing featuring fresh seasonal vegetables, spice blends and creamy sauces.

 Proprietor Daniel Thompson says, “It’s always a pleasure to have people come in to Perry’s Inverness Park Grocery and enjoy the food we’re creating. My goal is to offer the best food we can produce. We’re really enjoying using the finest and freshest ingredients we can find, with an emphasis on locally grown and produced foods. The West Marin Reuben is just that: a celebration of the best that West Marin has to offer.”

 You can find the West Marin Reuben, and plenty of other fresh delicacies, at the new deli counter at Perry’s Inverness Park Grocery. Chef Ed also caters. Perry’s Inverness Park Grocery is located at 12301 Sir Francis Drake Boulevard. Phone: (415) 663-1491 Web: