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Food Blogs: A Brief History

Food Blogs: A Brief History

Saveur (every time I even think of Saveur an image of editor and “Top Chef Masters” judge James Oseland’s curdled, scrunched up face pops into my head) blogger Ganda Suthivarakom has traced the history and evolution of food blogs. This is kind of awesome.

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I Remember the First Time I Ever…

I Remember the First Time I Ever…

Gary Danko (800 North Point Street). Clearly, I remember my introduction to this hallowed beacon of culinary grandeur. ‘Twas a dark and stormy evening…just kidding – I have no idea what else was going on during that fateful night, because when you’re at Danko everything…

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And the Winners are…

And the Winners are…

It’s considered the equivalent of the Academy Awards in the food world. And while the winners don’t get a little gold trophy, the praise and respect from their peers in the industry will suffice.

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Bay to Breakers, Tiburon Wine Festival and Sam’s

Bay to Breakers, Tiburon Wine Festival and Sam’s

Prepare yourself for the weekend. Sunday is Bay to Breakers, that raucous day of debauchery where over 100,000 San Franciscans parade through the middle of the city in costumes, running outfits or (eek!) nothing at all. ING dropped out as the race sponsor (weak) but Zazzle has…

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Berkeley School Holds Mother’s Day Plant Sale

Berkeley School Holds Mother’s Day Plant Sale

Berkeley’s Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School hosted a plant sale this weekend to celebrate Mother’s Day.  And while you may be thinking what’s the big deal with a plant sale, it is all part of an amazing program at the school called Edible Schoolyard.

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A Thai-rific Meal at Saysetha

A Thai-rific Meal at Saysetha

San Francisco has some of the best dining options in the country, so if you’re going to venture over to the East Bay for a meal, it damn well better be worth the drive over the bridge. Saysetha (6230 Telegraph Ave.) in North Oakland is…

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Dining for a Great Cause

Dining for a Great Cause

Many San Francisco restaurants and businesses have been holding numerous fundraisers over the last two months, all in an effort to help those affected by the deadly earthquake and tsunami in Japan.

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Recipes: Getting Ready for the Kentucky Derby

Recipes: Getting Ready for the Kentucky Derby

Saturday is Kentucky Derby day and for many that means watching the races, maybe a wager or two and sipping on a Mint Julep.

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Not Your Usual Cinco de Mayo

Not Your Usual Cinco de Mayo

Some of San Francisco’s best Mexican restaurants and food vendors are coming together to celebrate Cinco de Mayo in their own special fashion.

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Tacko – New Taqueria Sails into the Marina

Tacko – New Taqueria Sails into the Marina

Last Friday I gave my friend Nick Fasanella (yes, “that Nick” formerly of Nick’s Crispy Tacos and current owner of Underdogs in the Inner Richmond) a call to chat about his upcoming restaurant launch, Tacko, in the Marina. It was a sunny day in San…

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Emeril Lagasse’s New TV Show to Debut This Week

Emeril Lagasse’s New TV Show to Debut This Week

Chef Emeril Lagasse’s latest cooking show, “The Originals with Emeril” is set to hit the airwaves this Thursday at 10:30 p.m. ET (7:30 Pacific). And in the debut episode of his newest primetime Cooking Channel series, Lagasse will be featuring the city of San Francisco.

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Mother’s Day Brunch Ideas

Mother’s Day Brunch Ideas

When I think of Mother’s Day, I think of family gathering over brunch and being surrounded by loved ones. And since San Francisco offers some of the best brunches in the Bay Area, it’s the perfect chance to see what restaurants are offering specials this…

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