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Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution Is Back, Bigger Than Ever

Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution Is Back, Bigger Than Ever

Chef and food activist Jamie Oliver is once again spreading the good word, putting his name on an annual day of awareness and promoting food education – Food Revolution Day on May 17.

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Homemade Pizza

Homemade Pizza

Summer is upon us which means its a great time to get together and enjoy the warm weather with good friends and good eats. A delicious and social activity to consider this season is pizza making.

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Recipe: Brussels Sprouts w/ Bacon

Recipe: Brussels Sprouts w/ Bacon

If you’re into food, then you know that Brussels Sprouts are all the rage right now. Delicious, nutritious and expeditious, here is a simple recipe to cook up at home (vegetarians beware)…

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Studio Gourmet Showcases Chef Mark Dommen

Studio Gourmet Showcases Chef Mark Dommen

Studio Gourmet returned last night with a live Q & A and cooking demonstration from Mark Dommen of One Market (1 Market Street).

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Wanna Trade Cookbooks?

Wanna Trade Cookbooks?

If you’re looking to change up your routine eating habits, instead of simply swapping recipes with friends, swap entire books full of new cooking ideas. There is actually an event dedicated to foodies seeking new eats. It’s called a Cookbook Swap and Drive, and it’s…

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Mission District News

Mission District News

More violence in the streets of the Mission, a possible bright spot for the local economy and a look at cooking from SF Public School Gardens… here’s a look at Mission District news from Mission Local.

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Feelin’ Fine with Farm Fresh Food

Feelin’ Fine with Farm Fresh Food

In Northern California, late summer harvest means pears and apples, figs or walnuts. It means fresh, good tasting food for a fair price. You don’t need to wait until Saturday mornings for the epic farmer’s market at the Ferry Building. Wednesdays and Thursdays provide opportunities…

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Daniel Patterson Makes Summer Soup

Daniel Patterson Makes Summer Soup

Have you ever wondered what a well-renowned chef cooks while he or she is at home?  A recent “My Go-To” video from Chow takes us into a day in the life of Daniel Patterson, chef/owner of Coi in San Francisco.

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Quinoa is the New Cous-Cous

Quinoa is the New Cous-Cous

The health benefits of this trendy superfood are undeniable, but more importantly Quinoa tastes great!

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Goodbye to The Minimalist

Goodbye to The Minimalist

This week Mark Bittman, the brainchild behind the wildly successful New York Times column and video series “The Minimalist“, exploring simple ways to make good food, announced that after 13 years and 700 pieces, that he will be ending the series. (No!)

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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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Cooking your Christmas Tree

Cooking your Christmas Tree

Many Americans spend the holidays at home, cooking and celebrating Christmas around a warm fire and brightly decorated Christmas tree. After the celebrations, most set their trees out on their curb to be picked up and recycled or thrown out.

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