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Year of the Dragon – Gung Hay Fat Choy!

Year of the Dragon – Gung Hay Fat Choy!

Welcome to the year of the dragon, year 4710! Chinese New Year’s Day is on Monday, January 23, marking the most important time of year in Chinese culture. This is a time of vibrant colors, lion dancing, loud noises to chase the bad spirits away,…

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2011 Through the Senses

2011 Through the Senses

2011. Where did the year go? I have compiled a list of some of the most memorable experiences I had this year in the San Francisco Bay Area based on the five senses.

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La Noche Buena – a Filipino Christmas Dinner

La Noche Buena – a Filipino Christmas Dinner

Noche Buena, meaning “good night,” is a traditional meal served after Christmas Eve mass. It is celebrated in Latin countries and in the Philippines, as the Spanish colonized the country for many centuries in turn bringing with them traditions from Spain.

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Attic Gets a Bit Sweeter

Attic Gets a Bit Sweeter

“I have a big sweet tooth…” says Lisal Moran, the new pastry chef at Attic Restaurant in San Mateo. Chef Moran started her work at the restaurant on B Street approximately one month ago, but has already made an impact on the restaurant’s repertoire.

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New Ways to Eat This Thanksgiving

New Ways to Eat This Thanksgiving

Slaving over a hot stove for hours does not sound so great to a lot of people especially if it is for the entire family, so here are some ideas to keep time in the kitchen at a minimum, with and without the turkey.

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Time to Meet Claudine

Time to Meet Claudine

The minds behind Gitane, Café Claude and 5 Claude Lane Gallery welcome a new member to their family of businesses, Claudine – a casual yet sophisticated eatery.

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The Eaters’ Choice Awards – A Win for the Trucks and Food Banks

The Eaters’ Choice Awards – A Win for the Trucks and Food Banks

It was a gorgeous October day at San Francisco’s Fort Mason.  The event’s master of ceremonies, Liam Mayclem of CBS’s Eye on the Bay, approached the mic and was ready to award the SF and Marin Food Banks and announce the winner of the Eaters…

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Ferran Adria Tells Us the Fable of the Omelet and the Miniskirt

Ferran Adria Tells Us the Fable of the Omelet and the Miniskirt

The sky was grey.  The air was wet with drizzle.  People started a queue as early as 4:00 in the afternoon.  The line of umbrella’ed attendees wound from the front of the Castro Theater around the corner down 17th Street.  All because of a chef.

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Ferran Adrià is Here in San Francisco!

Ferran Adrià is Here in San Francisco!

The day has finally come and I am sure many of you have been counting down the days.  Ferran Adrià, the world-renowned chef of elBulli will pay a visit to the historic Castro Theater tonight bringing along copies of his new book “The Family Meal:…

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Batter Up! Not Your Ordinary Hot Dog on a Stick

Batter Up! Not Your Ordinary Hot Dog on a Stick

There are no tables.  There are no chairs.  There isn’t even a door.  There is just a window…and Patrick Lee.

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Filipino Dining Guide: Celebrate Fil-Am Heritage Month with Food

Filipino Dining Guide: Celebrate Fil-Am Heritage Month with Food

October is here and that means it is Filipino-American Heritage Month. Filipinos love to celebrate through song, dance, and most of all food. Never had Filipino food before? Here is a list of Filipino restaurants of all types from SF down to the Peninsula that…

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Eaters’ Choice Awards Benefiting the SF and Marin Food Banks

Eaters’ Choice Awards Benefiting the SF and Marin Food Banks

There is no doubt that the San Francisco street food scene is booming.  Many of our beloved trucks have been featured on local news shows and even the Food Network, so let’s put this craze to good use…

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