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Rum Cocktail Recipes From ‘the Modern Mixologist’

Rum Cocktail Recipes From ‘the Modern Mixologist’

“Most people are intimidated by making cocktails, but they shouldn’t be,” says Tony Abou-Ganim, a three-time winner on the Food Network’s cooking competition show Iron Chef America and author of The Modern Mixologist: Contemporary Classic Cocktails.

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Christopher Thompson Continues Evolution of A16

Christopher Thompson Continues Evolution of A16

Walk down busy Chestnut Street on any weeknight and one thing is almost always for certain – A16 will have a packed house. Since opening its doors a little more than nine years ago, the Italian restaurant has dished out authentic cuisine to the masses.

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In the Kitchen with Daniel Corey of Luce

In the Kitchen with Daniel Corey of Luce

He took over the kitchen of a decorated chef and has made it his own – maintaining the excellence of a Michelin Star two years running. And in the words of Chef Daniel Corey at Luce, this is just the beginning.

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In the Kitchen with Carlo Espinas from Comstock Saloon

In the Kitchen with Carlo Espinas from Comstock Saloon

Looking at his business card, Carlo Espinas dubs himself “grub slinger.” But everyday, he successfully navigates one of the most difficult culinary jobs—making great food with all the techniques of a restaurant at an establishment best known for its cocktails.

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Charles Phan – Vietnamese Home Cooking

Charles Phan – Vietnamese Home Cooking

He has created a virtual empire of restaurants in San Francisco. And now, after years of cajoling, chef and restaurateur Charles Phan has published his first book, “Vietnamese Home Cooking.”

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Behind the Bar with Priscilla Young

Behind the Bar with Priscilla Young

With a gin-centric menu featuring 30 different varieties of the unique and versatile spirit, Priscilla Young is quickly making her own niche in the San Francisco cocktail scene at Brasserie S&P at the Mandarin Oriental.

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Summer Salad

Summer Salad

It’s always a good idea to eat light and healthy, although it’s never as easy as we’d like it to be. This part of the year, however is a great time to make your own nutritious salads as the greens are fresh and eating heavy…

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Recipe: Peach Fuzzies

Recipe: Peach Fuzzies

This week marks the Summer Solstice–the longest day of the year–and there’s so many reasons to celebrate. Get into the festive spirit with a fresh and easy cocktail recipe that’s sure to make you smile.

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Recipes to Celebrate National Fresh Fruit and Veggies Month

Recipes to Celebrate National Fresh Fruit and Veggies Month

One of the best things about summer is the abundance of fresh fruit and vegetables, so it makes perfect sense that June is National Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Month.

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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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Chris Cosentino Cookbook

Chris Cosentino Cookbook

The latest foodie book buzz centers around SF’s very own Chris Cosentino, chef of Noe Valley’s Incanto and proprietor of Boccalone in the Ferry Building, who is out on tour now promoting his very first cookbook, “Beginnings: My Way to Start a Meal”.

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How to Get Through 8 Days of Matzah

How to Get Through 8 Days of Matzah

Passover begins tomorrow, but what comes after the Seder? A week of matzah everywhere, all the time. Luckily, there are several great recipes that are Kosher for Passover and make use of the five-box-pack of matzah sitting in the kitchen. From sweet to savory, here…

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