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Friday, May 29, 2009

Corner Spots, Shrooming on Ice Cream, and Undying Foie: The Week in SFoodie

Posted By on Fri, May 29, 2009 at 5:30 PM

click to enlarge Our kind of shrooming involves ice cream
  • Our kind of shrooming involves ice cream
•Our first lady of lunching Meredith Brody found tasty delights at an inconspicuous new Mission District eatery named simply the Corner. It's on an actual corner, go figure.

•Chocolate-maker Michael Recchiuti launched his new Taste Project, serving such unlikely treats as mushroom ice cream sandwiches.

•Once again, our attentions turned to foie gras as bulk retail giant Costco pondered a ban.

•Plus: City walking on carbs 'n caffeine, meditational tea, salame cycling, sidewalk gardening, sexy soup, and organic ice cream.

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