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Oprah Going Vegan

Oprah Going Vegan

Well, at least for a week. Talk show host and media demi-god, Oprah Winfrey, along with her 378 staffers have decided to go vegan for one week. That’s seven days of no meat, no dairy, no eggs and no animal products whatsoever. Let’s see if…

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Best Italian in SF

Best Italian in SF

San Francisco is well known for having a very diverse food culture. It is one of those cities where you can walk down a block and find a great Chinese restaurant, sushi and a pizzeria, all within a few hundred feet of each other.

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Couples Cooking Classes for Valentine’s Day

Couples Cooking Classes for Valentine’s Day

Looking for something to do with your sweetheart on Valentine’s other than flowers, chocolates and a dinner date? Why not try out a cooking class instead? Parties that Cook is offering an array of classes, starting this week and going through the 14th, for both…

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Brick and Mortar v. Food Truck

Brick and Mortar v. Food Truck

Jay Hamada owner of JapaCurry food truck just wants to sell some good food. But some people – namely Alison Rowe of Harvest and Rowe a brick and mortar restaurant a few doors down – just won’t let him. Is it because he doesn’t have…

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Goodbye to The Minimalist

Goodbye to The Minimalist

This week Mark Bittman, the brainchild behind the wildly successful New York Times column and video series “The Minimalist“, exploring simple ways to make good food, announced that after 13 years and 700 pieces, that he will be ending the series. (No!)

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Sustainable seafood finally moving into the spotlight

Sustainable seafood finally moving into the spotlight

In San Francisco Magazine article, “The New School of Fish”, Erik Vance dives deep into the topic of sustainable seafood, exploring what some people are doing in support, but more so what a majority of people are not doing. Vance tackles the subject comprehensively, teaming…

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Girl Scout Cookie Downsizing

Girl Scout Cookie Downsizing

It’s that time of year again….when green-clad little girls across the country ruthlessly try to sell you boxes upon boxes of the most delicious cookies ever made – yes, it’s Girl Scout Cookie time. However, this year some of the burgeoning capitalists will be learning…

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20 Years of Zin in San Francisco

20 Years of Zin in San Francisco

The 20th Annual Zinfandel Advocates and Producers Wine Festival begins on Thursday in San Francisco.

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Meat Water?

Meat Water?

Are strange drinks becoming a new trend? First Four Loko then Canna Cola and now Meat Water? Yes, water that tastes like meat. While the company seems to have been around for a couple years, they just introduced a new line of salad flavors that…

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Class: Meal Planning Tips

Class: Meal Planning Tips

Do you know what you are making for dinner tonight? How about tomorrow night or the night after? Don’t worry, most people have no idea what they’ll be eating from day to day. But with the right planning and organizational tools, you can have your…

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Sexy Chefs

Sexy Chefs

Slashfood put together a list of “The 10 Hottest Men in the Food Industry”. The list reads like a who’s who of celebrity chefdom, and there are certainly no surprises (Curtis Stone, Jamie Oliver, Rocco DiSpirito, Anthony Bourdain, etc). Although a pool of 30 chefs…

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Video: Hand-Pulled Chinese Noodles

Video: Hand-Pulled Chinese Noodles

From the New York Times: “Huacan Chen of the restaurant Hung Ry in NoLIta spins out endless skeins of la mian, smooth, springy hand-stretched noodles, using nothing but a countertop and his hands.”

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