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Vinny Garcia Meets the Zombie Cake

Vinny Garcia Meets the Zombie Cake

Cake artist Vinny Garcia has had a busy few months: he and wife Michelle moved to San Francisco from Chicago and before he even unpacked, Vinny was off filming Halloween Wars for the Food Network, while working on his new cake shop, Broken Sparrow Cakes.

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Chef Eric Lee of "Food Network Star"

Chef Eric Lee of "Food Network Star"

The eighth season of the Food Channel’s “Food Network Star” is already underway and Bay Area fans of the show have a big reason to watch. And that reason is Chef Eric Lee.

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Documentary on Childhood Hunger to Air

Documentary on Childhood Hunger to Air

If you consider America the most powerful and wealthiest country in the world then here’s a shocking fact: over 16.4 million children in America were living in poverty in 2010, and most likely more in 2012.

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Gallery Openings: Get Hungry!, David Buckingham & More

Gallery Openings: Get Hungry!, David Buckingham & More

This week’s best gallery openings include SF Station and Lomography’s Get Hungry!, a new show by David Buckingham and a big, juried photography exhibit at RayKo.

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Guinness World Record Event

Guinness World Record Event

This Saturday is National Picnic Day (is it even possible to plan a proper picnic during “summer” in San Francisco due to the foggy, windy and unpredictable weather?) and Safeway is planning to make some news by breaking the Guinness World Record for the Longest…

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Casting Call: Chopped

Casting Call: Chopped

The Food Network is casting professional chefs for its competitive cooking show “Chopped“.They are looking for “creative, dynamic, outgoing, experienced chefs, men and women, of any ethnicity and cooking specialty. Both traditional restaurant chefs as well as food truck/carts/underground pop-up chefs will be considered. They…

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