• Blogs

    December 9, 2010

    DIY for the Holidays: Chutneys!

    Shae Irving/Hitchhiking to Heaven Chutneys ― like this spicy apple and quince version ― make colorful and flavorful holiday gifts.​SFoodie's weekly guide to food-crafting gifts for the holidays. Chances are, unless you have a cultural connection to the Indian subcontinent or U.K., chutney ... More >>

  • Blogs

    November 30, 2009

    Thin Slices of Fuyu Persimmon Help Make a Killer Amuse-Bouche

    cbcastro/FlickrA Fuyu, photographed at Ferry Plaza.​Persimmons are springing off their trees right about now. In yesterday's Chronicle, Janny Hu suggested uses for each of the commonly available commercial varieties currently in season -- that is, both the firm Fuyu and squishier Hachiyas: [W] ... More >>

  • Blogs

    November 5, 2009

    Cop a Preview of Nombe's Mod Izakaya Dishes at Mission Street Food

    Jesse Friedman/BeerandNosh.comMight be worth putting up with this.​Within weeks, Nombe, a joint venture of O Izakaya's Nick Balla (along with Mari Takahashi and Gil Payne of Sozai) promises to bring a blend of traditional and contemporary izakaya food -- Japanese tapas-like dishes that go well ... More >>

  • Dining

    January 7, 2009

    Below Expectations

    Dining is unexpectedly hidden under the new planetarium and aquarium in Golden Gate Park.

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