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Take a break in Berkeley, taste Ippuku

Take a break in Berkeley, taste Ippuku

Ippuku is a great addition to downtown Berkeley ! It’s ideal for drinking and snacking after a long day. It’s different from any other Japanese restaurants in the area, serving the typical sushi.

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Jaime Oliver Comes to L.A.

Jaime Oliver Comes to L.A.

Watch out Tinseltown – the food revolution is coming to you! International superstar chef Jaime Oliver is gearing up to film the second season of his reality show “Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution” in Westwood. I liked the concept of the first season which took place…

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Menu Reveal: Straw

Menu Reveal: Straw

Much-anticipated carnival-themed Hayes Valley restaurant Straw is set to open on Jan 24th. Yesterday they revealed their menu, and it looks more delectable than imagined.

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Namu Produce Boxes

Namu Produce Boxes

CSAs are great. But unless you live in a commune, it’s hard to consume 5lbs of green beans in a week, especially if you live by yourself, or with only 1-2 other people. Enter restaurant Namu‘s take on farm-to-table produce boxes. They’ve paired down the…

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Ramen A Go-Go

Ramen A Go-Go

Slurp! Ramen isn’t just for 2am all-nighters in college. The Chronicle’s Janny Hu traces the history of the quick-cook noodle from its Japanese street food origins to its latest incarnation in high-end dining. So – where is the best place to get your ramen on…

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$5,000 Burger? What recession?

$5,000 Burger? What recession?

How much would you pay for a really good burger? $10? $20? $50? How about $5,000?  The Wall Street Journal details how Hubert Keller of San Francisco’s Fleur de Lys and Burger Bar laughs in the face of the recession.  His new Las Vegas restaurant,…

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Monday Dinners Back at Jardinière

Monday Dinners Back at Jardinière

If you are in San Francisco looking for a place to eat on Monday nights, Jardinière has a deal that is hard to beat.

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Caffe Pascucci Opens in SoMa

Caffe Pascucci Opens in SoMa

Many people will say, just what San Francisco needs, another coffee shop. But the popular Italian coffee chain Caffe Pascucci is not your normal street corner shop.

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Amber India Reopens After Carbon Monoxide Leak

Amber India Reopens After Carbon Monoxide Leak

Would you like some carbon monoxide with your naan? SF Appeal reports that less than 24 hours after four people were hospitalized (yes, hospitalized) due to carbon monoxide poisoning, the Indian restaurant is already back and running.

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High on the Hog

High on the Hog

William Grimes reviews the new food memoir High on the Hog: A Culinary Journey From Africa to America by Jessica B. Harris for the NYT’s Sunday Book Review. The book explores the complex origins and development of what is now known as African American cuisine,…

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Hey you’all! It’s Paula Deen (video)

Hey you’all! It’s Paula Deen (video)

Saturday Night Live meets The Food Network. Kristen Wiig does an uncannily good impression of Paula Deen.

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Food Trends

Food Trends

What foodie trends did you love this past year, and which did you hate? SF Station’s Anne Pao gives you the lowdown on the biggest trends of 2010 and what’s cooking for 2011.

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