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Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Plan Your Culinary Rocktober

Posted By on Wed, Oct 1, 2008 at 6:38 PM

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October is Eat Local Month in San Francisco, and with this comes a host of amazing events that we'll talk about as the days unfold. There are also many happenings planned that celebrate this theme, even amongst those that aren't formally affiliated with Eat Local Month. (It seems to be something we like to celebrate at all times.) We don't want to leave you hungry in the meantime before we cook up more helpings, so here's a Cliff's Notes-style hitlist targeting several ways to enjoy your Culinary Rocktober.


•4: Road trip it to Santa Cruz and revel in UCSC Farm's Harvest Festival

•4: Pretend you are Lance Armstrong at the Tour de Fromage

•4-5: Get your five-a-day at the World Veg Festival

•5: Indulge in a gratis weiner at Drive-Thru Hot Dog Day

•8: Make music in the kitchen with Bay Cafe's Joey Altman, Miss Pearl's Jam House's Robert Barker and Midi's Michelle Mah

•10: Take a final fling with The Portable Ice-Cream Stand

•10: Feel the burn at WhiskeyFest

•10-12: Tune in to all six taste senses at the many talks and tastings of Asian Culinary Forum's Asian Food Beyond Borders

•11: Do a good deed for Meals on Wheels by supporting San Francisco Magazine's FallFest

•17: Hear tasty melodies as Lesbian/Gay Chorus of San Francisco sings about food

•18: Eat food grown in S.F. and plant more seeds

•18: Discover the food of Croatia

•18-19: Marvel at the beauty pageant-like reverence of the Half Moon Bay Art & Pumpkin Festival

•20: Allow big ballers from the 49ers and Raiders to be your humble servants at the NFL Celebrity Servers Benefit Event

•24: Sip organic wine and beer by the Bay

•27: Learn if liqueur is quicker up at the Marie Brizard Cocktail Challenge

—Tamara Palmer

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