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Celebrating Oktoberfest in the Bay

Celebrating Oktoberfest in the Bay

Oktoberfest celebrations are already well underway in the Bay Area with many more in the coming days and weeks. Here are a few spots on both sides of the Bay that are doing things up for the German celebration.

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Celebrating the Life of Julia Child

Celebrating the Life of Julia Child

Wednesday, August 15 would have been the 100th birthday of Julia Child, famed chef, author and television personality. To celebrate, several Bay Area restaurants are offering up specials to honor one of the most influential American culinary personalities of all time.

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Paella Mondays at Camino

Paella Mondays at Camino

Camino chef Russell Moore is always cooking up something unique in his kitchen. His latest project on Monday nights is cooking up varieties of paella, a traditional Valencian rice dish.

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Lunch, Brunch News in Oakland

Lunch, Brunch News in Oakland

A couple of East Bay spots are offering up plentiful possibilities for weekend brunch fiends.

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Camino Has Fun with Kebabs

Camino Has Fun with Kebabs

Oakland restaurant Camino was featured in our series on Oakland restaurants. Chef/owner Russell Moore likes to have fun in the kitchen and be inventive with his menu. That includes the recent introduction of Kebab Mondays.

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Oakland’s Restaurant Revitalization Part 4: Thriving Neighborhood Restaurants

Oakland’s Restaurant Revitalization Part 4: Thriving Neighborhood Restaurants

Oakland’s restaurant scene is far more expansive than just Uptown and Jack London Square. From the old guard to newbies on the block, restaurants are thriving all over the city. Here’s a look at five spots, each with their own unique take on the city’s…

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Secrets of Chef Nancy Silverton

Secrets of Chef Nancy Silverton

Chef Nancy Silverton has had a long, successful and distinguished career. Calling the ever-popular Osteria Mozza and Pizzeria Mozza in Los Angeles her home for the last four-plus years, she is now bringing some of the secrets of her kitchen to home chefs looking for…

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Oakland Eats

Oakland Eats

Oakland sits a mere twelve miles from San Francisco yet you would think a desert, glacier or an ocean (okay there is the Bay) separates San Francisco residents from the neighboring city.

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