This week, San Franciscans such as Cooking with Amy's Amy Sherman and SFist editor Brock Keeling are taking the Hunger Challenge, an annual consciousness-raising event organized by the San Francisco and Marin Food Banks. During the week of September 11-17, they're eating on $4.72 per person per d ... More >>
What's missing from this season's Top Chef? A little San Francisco magic, maybe.Highlights from the blog this week:1. Carina Ost, our Top Chef chronicler, may be a devoted fan of the cooking show, but her patience with the series is wearing out. Quickfire, Bravo! Time to re-season this show. Mayb ... More >>
J. BirdsallMijita started serving food this morning. Public House launches its kitchen at 4.Well, well, well. Just hours after last night's launch party for media and industry wrapped, the dual Traci Des Jardins ballpark eateries Public House and Mijita are officially in soft-open mode ― li ... More >>
T. PalmerBoitano filming an episode of his Food Network series at Precita Park.Amy Sherman of Cooking With Amy recently interviewed Bay Area Olympic and World Figure Skating gold medalist Brian Boitano about his street-food adventures, wine preferences, and Food Network series What Would Bria ... More >>
clementine gallot/FlickrIt's a dare meant to get you thinking: Could you eat on just $4 a day? Next week, the Hunger Challenge will be asking folks to do just that. Four bucks is the average amount a food stamp recipient in Cali gets for daily sustenance -- tough to imagine surviving (not to ... More >>
Mary LaddThe roasted skirt steak was beefy and tender.Before digging in to the Estancia grass-fed beef prix fixe at Jardiniere (300 Grove at Franklin) last night, SFoodie and überblogger Amy Sherman chatted with Traci Des Jardins, who admitted to nursing a 14-hours-ahead jet lag (she'd just ... More >>
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