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Food Trucks to Help – The Homeless??

Food Trucks to Help – The Homeless??

Former San Francisco Supervisor Bevan Dufty, who now serves as Mayor Ed Lee’s director of HOPE (housing opportunities, partnership and engagement), has come up with a unique idea to help with the homeless problem facing the city.

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The Bay Area's Best Chicken and Waffles

The Bay Area's Best Chicken and Waffles

Chicken and Waffles is a soul food staple that should not be passed up.  It’s also by no means a healthy dish, which makes it great for special occasions.  The following restaurants in the bay area serve up great versions of this soul food specialty.

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Late Night Soul Food Pop-Up

Late Night Soul Food Pop-Up

By now you’ve already heard all about the Pop-Up Restaurant at The Rotation in the Mission, but you might be excited to know that as of this week they are offering soulicious Chicken and Waffles until 3AM every Thursday to Sunday!

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Restaurant Rumor: The Library

Restaurant Rumor: The Library

A little birdie reports that Jay Foster, the genius chef of southern-style cuisine and owner of Farmer Brown (one of my all-time fav joints in the city) and Little Skillet, may be opening up a new culinary venture on Geary Blvd. in the Fillmore/Japantown called…

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High on the Hog

High on the Hog

William Grimes reviews the new food memoir High on the Hog: A Culinary Journey From Africa to America by Jessica B. Harris for the NYT’s Sunday Book Review. The book explores the complex origins and development of what is now known as African American cuisine,…

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