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Some of the Bay Area's finest delectables can be found in the food stalls and eating establishments of this 110-year-old landmark. Vendors include Acme, Boulettes, LuLu Petite, Mistral, Slanted Door, Hog Island, Boccalone, Miette, Boriana, Ciao Bella, Recchiuti, and Scharffen Berger.
Tomatoes, bell peppers, and jalapeño. Three examples of things that are nearly impossible to grow in this city -- even in the Mission sun. But fear...
Each week a gay-friendly group of runners meets for a 3-to-5-mile jog from the Embarcadero to Aquatic Park.
Where: The Grand Hall at the Ferry Building (2nd Floor) When: Weds., Jan. 16th, 6 p.m.-8 p.m. Cost: $50 online via Eventbrite; 21 and over The Rundown: The Good Food Awards are coming to San Francisc... More »
After opening its first store last summer in the upper Haight and following up with second location just this past October in North Beach, Buyer's Best Friend now has a third outpost in the south hall... More »
Decorating Sugar Skull Workshop Where: Autumn Press, 2071 Mission, 824-2222 When: Tues., Oct. 23, 5 p.m. Cost: $15 (purchase in advance via Autumn Press) The rundown: This class, held at a fair trad... More »
The Barefoot Contessa herself, Ina Garten, made a smiley appearance at the Ferry Building yesterday while filming an episode for the Food Network. According to Eater, she was gathering ingredients for... More »
San Francisco's dense cultural mix produces some strange and wonderful foods: garlic-basil naan, Filipino sisig tacos, steamed whole-wheat chicken buns. Hell, the Mission burrito is one of our native culinary mashups. This year, we're most captivated by Dennis Lee's Korean take on chili-cheese fries, which he fully admits is stoner food that plays on the similarities between the Korean word for potatoes and the Rasta word for Mary Jane. He starts with delicately crisp fries and then spoons... More »
Some "green" companies squirt essential oils into a bar of Dove andcall it a day (and an $8.99 bar of soap). Not Juniper Ridge. Check outhow the company started: Founder Hall Newbegin went foraging in BigSur, picking up this leaf and that needle, then incorporating them intohis soaps. He wanted to make a bar that not only smelled like thenatural bounty of the West, but was also made of it (trickier, andrarer, than you might think). In addition to sachets and soaps, JuniperRidge makes... More »
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