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Olive Oil Could Lower Risk of Stroke

Olive Oil Could Lower Risk of Stroke

Researchers have found that older people who use olive oil in their cooking and on their salads may have a lower risk of suffering a stroke.

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Favorite Burger Toppings: Fried Onion Strings

Favorite Burger Toppings: Fried Onion Strings

Hamburgers here in the Golden State are known to have some unique toppings, ranging from fresh avocado to fried farm eggs–you can add unique flair to ground chuck that brings out the very best flavors in the all-American sandwich. My personal favorite accoutrement are deep-fried…

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Plow Your Way Into the Potrero

Plow Your Way Into the Potrero

If you’ve read any of my posts, you’ve probably realized that I have a slight addiction to brunch. It’s my firm belief that there’s no better way to start the day then with a lazy, long meal involving eggs and coffee. This past Saturday my…

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Apples Top ‘Dirty Dozen’ List

Apples Top ‘Dirty Dozen’ List

The Washington-based nonprofit Environmental Working Group has released the latest edition of its “Shopper’s Guide to Pesticides in Produce,” a look at fruits and vegetables and their total pesticide loads.

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Video: The Whole Foods Parking Lot

Video: The Whole Foods Parking Lot

There’s Jay-Z, Lil Wayne, Eminem and now this dude, who’s getting “seriously real” in a Whole Foods Parking Lot in Santa Monica, CA. He’s in a Prius and going through kombucha withdrawal and he means business. Hilarious.

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Guinness World Record Event

Guinness World Record Event

This Saturday is National Picnic Day (is it even possible to plan a proper picnic during “summer” in San Francisco due to the foggy, windy and unpredictable weather?) and Safeway is planning to make some news by breaking the Guinness World Record for the Longest…

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SF Underground Market Grounded

SF Underground Market Grounded

It was a simple tweet from ForageSF founder Iso Rabins as the monthly Underground Market was taking place in the Mission District this past Saturday.

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Dosa Valencia to Temporarily Close

Dosa Valencia to Temporarily Close

The popular South Indian eatery in the Mission is set to close from June 22 – 29 for renovations. They’re snazzing it up with a “new bar, new furniture, floors, artwork and lighting.” That means you’ll just have to go to Udupi Palace or trek…

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The Battle of the Kebabs: Hayes Valley

The Battle of the Kebabs: Hayes Valley

I love kebabs and I love Hayes Valley. (It’s also where I happen to live.) Clearly it’s no surprise that my favorite quick ‘n’ healthy dinner spot is Hayes and Kebab.

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Marie Callender’s Closes Several Bay Area Chains

Marie Callender’s Closes Several Bay Area Chains

Perkins & Marie Callender’s Inc. has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy and also has announced plans to close 65 restaurants nationwide, including seven in the Bay Area.

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Alice Waters to Serve First Lady Breakfast

Alice Waters to Serve First Lady Breakfast

First Lady Michelle Obama will be making her way to the Bay Area on Tuesday, raising funds for her husband’s reelection campaign.

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Guy Fieri to Open First Restaurant in East Bay

Guy Fieri to Open First Restaurant in East Bay

You may be sick of him with his multiple TV shows on the Food Network, new cookbook and hosting duties on NBC’s “Minute to Win It.” But East Bay residents will be seeing more of Guy Fieri in the near future.

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