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  • Localvore: Bay Area Cravings of the Now

    published Mar 10, 2009

    • Pistachio and lemon linguini: A recipe from New York's Bar Stuzzichini is adapted for easy home cooking from the experts at KQED [Bay Area Bites] • Stuffed artichokes: This simple preparation... More >>

  • Roll Play: Tataki's Early Bird

    published Mar 10, 2009

    Tataki (2815 California) prides itself on the sustainable seafood it uses for its sushi and sashimi, but one of the most intriguing rolls on the menu is actually made with meat. The Early Bird ($12... More >>

  • Instead of Your Usual Torment

    published March 11, 2009

    DJ /rupture (Jace Clayton) is a turntable master and producer who wears many funky hats. He hosts the weekly radio program Mudd Up! on New... More >>

  • 12 Jockeys

    published March 11, 2009

    João Miguel and Luciano Oliveira were both born on July 12, 1980, so they named their DJ and production partnership the Twelves.... More >>

  • Sweet Beat: Thorough Bread and Pastry's Chocolate Bread

    published Mar 09, 2009

    Chocolate bread ($2.50) is a revelation at Thorough Bread and Pastry (248 Church), the retail bakery operated by the San Francisco Baking Institute. Thick, dark chocolate chips are scattered through... More >>

  • Snacktion: Sconehenge's Honey Pecan English Tea Scones

    published Mar 09, 2009

    Name: Honey Pecan English Tea Scones Brand: Sconehenge Origin: Berkeley Found at: Rainbow Grocery (1745 Folsom) Cost: $4.20 Ingredients: Unbleached flour, buttermilk, butter, eggs, sugar, baki... More >>

  • The Week in SFoodie: Meat, Cheese, Tea, Coffee, Toast and Coconuts

    published Mar 06, 2009

    A few highlights of the week in SFoodie, in case you missed 'em:Tea and passion were brewed up strong at a tea tasting led by Samovar Zen Valley (297 Page) owner Jesse Jacobs Wednesday night. The tea ... More >>

  • Drink of the Week: MatrixFillmore's Paniolo

    published Mar 06, 2009

    The cocktails at MatrixFillmore (3138 Fillmore) are seasonal, fresh and as lively as the house music that the DJs play there. The Paniolo (made with Corzo tequila, fresh muddled pineapple and serran... More >>

  • Friday Sundae: Bi-Rite Creamery's Banana Split

    published Mar 06, 2009

    Sure, lots of places make banana splits, but the version at Bi-Rite Creamery (3692 18th St.) truly elevates the art. The sundae ($6.50) has typical elements such as vanilla ice cream, hot fudge, w... More >>

  • Thank Heaven's Dog for Buns

    published Mar 05, 2009

    There's much to praise about Charles Phan's newest restaurant venture Heaven's Dog (1148 Mission). But if you want to go straight to the heart of it and don't have the time or means to carry out a f... More >>

  • 10 Movie Sequels We're Not Looking Forward to This Year. . . At All
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    10 Movie Sequels We're Not Looking Forward to This Year. . . At All

    published Mar 05, 2009

    Not every sequel can be The Empire Strikes Back or even Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo, and there seems to be a disproportionate amount of potentially rotten ones coming out in 2009. None of these turk... More >>

  • Coffee, Toast and a Coconut: That's Trouble
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    Coffee, Toast and a Coconut: That's Trouble

    published Mar 05, 2009

    The other day, while eating at Outerlands (4001 Judah), the curiously named Trouble Coffee stood out on the menu. As it turns out, not only is Trouble Coffee and Coconut Club (4033 Judah) on the sam... More >>

  • Vegan Eats: Arizmendi Bakery's Tabouli

    published Mar 04, 2009

    Arizmendi Bakery (1331 9th Ave.) is a surefire spot for cookies, bread, pastries and pizza. But it might be surprising to learn that the worker-owned collective also makes a mean tabouli ($3.50). Th... More >>

  • Today is Square Root Day: Eat Square Roots

    published Mar 03, 2009

    CNET reports that today is Square Root Day since the month and day (number 3) are both the square root of the year (09). The holiday is credited to a Redwood City teacher named Ron Gordon, and, acco... More >>

  • Roll Play: Barracuda's Gangsta Roll

    published Mar 03, 2009

    At Barracuda (2251 Market) in the Castro, the house music is bumping and the food has fun names. Case in point: The Gangsta Roll ($12.95), which hosts hamachi, cucumber and green onion on the insid... More >>

  • Localvore: Bay Area Cravings of the Now

    published Mar 03, 2009

    • Peanut butter [SFGate] • Vegetables with miso butter [Food Gal] • Perfect pancakes [Inside Bay Area] •The most disgusting tasting cake [Becks and Posh]... More >>

  • Now Open: Outerlands
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    Now Open: Outerlands

    published Mar 02, 2009

    Inside Outerlands (4001 Judah), a welcome new addition to an increasingly more charming collection of businesses on the last few blocks where Judah ends at Ocean Beach, the use of mixed wood helps... More >>

  • Ghost in the Machine

    published March 4, 2009

    Ten years ago, Ghostly International launched its foray into techno by releasing artfully packaged vinyl singles. A decade later, the... More >>

  • Snacktion: Freeland Foods' Go Raw Chocolate Super Cookies

    published Mar 02, 2009

    Name: Go Raw Chocolate Super Cookies Brand: Freeland Foods Origin: Mountain View Found at: Rainbow Grocery (1745 Folsom) Cost: $5.59 Ingredients: Organic coconut (unsulphured), sprouted organic... More >>

  • Friday Sundae: Polly Ann's Star Wars Walk-Away
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    Friday Sundae: Polly Ann's Star Wars Walk-Away

    published Feb 27, 2009

    Polly Ann Ice Cream (3138 Noriega) has been putting a smile on my face since before I was tall enough to see over the original counter, and they've had their Star Wars flavor (mint ice cream with ... More >>

  • Drink of The Week: The Rejuvenation Company's Kombucha

    published Feb 27, 2009

    A purported health elixir for thousands of years and, still, so many kombucha tea drinks taste way too 'shroomy to be considered yummy. Fortunately, the kombucha from the Rejuvenation Company tastes... More >>

  • Celebrate the Persian New Year with Hoss Zaré

    published Feb 26, 2009

    Norooz Mobarak! That's what they say when ringing in the Persian New Year as well as what you'll be saying if you win a pretty sweet contest currently being held at Zaré at Fly Trap (606 Folsom). Dr... More >>

  • Vegan Eats: Cacao Dulce's Chopita Rocks

    published Feb 25, 2009

    Cacao nibs, the crushed innards of a roasted cocoa bean, have found an increasing place on chocolate shelves over the past few years. Not unlike snacking on crushed coffee beans, they can pack a bit... More >>

  • Mission Street Food Goes Native

    published Feb 25, 2009

    Rabbit, bison and acorns are some of the unusual highlights of Mission Street Food's Native Foods Night tomorrow night (February 26), featuring dishes from guest chef John Farais (a board member of ... More >>

  • Speeding Otto (Get It?)

    published February 25, 2009

    Los Angeles–based rapper Busdriver (Regan Farquar) is a tough act to follow, speedwise and stylistically. On his most recent... More >>

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