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Classes: Asian Cooking 101

Classes: Asian Cooking 101

18 Reasons is offering a great class next Saturday (quick, get your tickets!) on Asian cooking to be taught by Thy Tran. The class, A Sensory Feast Workshop #3: TASTE, “will introduce you to fundamental ingredients in South East Asian pantries”.

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Local Chef has Fond Memories of Mardi Gras

Local Chef has Fond Memories of Mardi Gras

Mardi Gras celebrations are taking place throughout the Bay Area on Tuesday night, including in San Francisco.

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Charles Chocolates Closes

Charles Chocolates Closes

Last Friday, Bay Area confectioner Charles Chocolates closed up shop – both literally and figuratively. Last year the company shut down its Emeryville factory and then last week it announced it will be closing its retail location in the Westfield Mall along with the company…

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Aziza Inks Deal in Financial District

Aziza Inks Deal in Financial District

A happy day for many who are fans of the Moroccan restaurant Aziza as Inside Scoop SF is reporting that chef-owner Mourad Lahlou has signed a deal to bring the restaurant to the Financial District.

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Truffle Fight!

Truffle Fight!

I like truffles as much as the next person, but this is a little ridiculous. The New York Times reports on a little truffle war happening down in North Carolina between two unlikely growers. And with truffles selling at upwards of $800 per pound, the…

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Festa Della Donna fundraiser at A16

Festa Della Donna fundraiser at A16

Tomorrow A16 will be hosting its annual Festa Della Donna fundraiser to celebrate International Women’s Day. There’ll be an all-star team of female guest chefs, cheesemakers, sommeliers, authors and winemakers on hand to help raise money and awareness for La Cocina.

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Beignets, Beignets, Beignets!

Beignets, Beignets, Beignets!

In the spirit of Mardi Gras this weekend, you must go out and get yourself some good’ol southern-style cooking. Fried Crawfish Poboy, Fried Chicken, Shrimp & Grits, Gumbo– Brenda’s French Soul Food takes the prize for the best authentic Cajun food in San Francisco!

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Bookstore Leaves its Mark on Food World

Bookstore Leaves its Mark on Food World

Located in a quiet corner of San Francisco’s Noe Valley, Celia Sack sits in her chair, perusing stacks of new and vintage books. While her story may not seem different from most small business owners, she has developed a niche all her own: a bookstore…

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Luella Offering Discounts on Wine This Month

Luella Offering Discounts on Wine This Month

Luella, the Russian Hill neighborhood restaurant, is celebrating its sixth anniversary in style this month.

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Des Jardins to be a Contestant on “Top Chef Masters”

Des Jardins to be a Contestant on “Top Chef Masters”

Traci Des Jardins usually has a lot on her plate as the chef/co-owner of Jardinière, Mijita Cocina Mexicana and Public House in San Francisco, along with Manzanita in Lake Tahoe.

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Dynamo Donuts

Dynamo Donuts

Cornmeal Rosemary Cherry, Meyer Lemon Huckleberry, Candied Orange Blossom..Yes thats right! These really are some of the flavors offered at Dynamo, and yes, they really are extraordinarily delicious!

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Free Pancakes at IHOP

Free Pancakes at IHOP

Tuesday marks “National Pancake Day,” as IHOP’s nationwide are offering free pancakes, all in an effort to raise money for charity.

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