Joyce Goldstein

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    December 18, 2013
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    October 1, 2013

    Wednesday Taste Talk at SFCS: What Does California Cuisine Mean, Anyways?

    Once you've gobbled up Joyce Goldstein's latest book, Inside the California Food Revolution, you may find yourself wanting to mull over the weighty topics with others -- what does California cuisine really mean, anyways, and does it depend on who you ask? Tomorrow night at a Taste Talk event at the ... More >>

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    September 11, 2013

    Inside the California Food Revolution with Joyce Goldstein

    Joyce Goldstein and her new book Inside the California Food Revolution: Thirty Years That Changed Our Culinary Consciousness (University of California Press) was toasted at a chef-tastic event at Perbacco restaurant this week. The California food revolution has been not-so-quietly changing the way w ... More >>

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    April 2, 2013

    IACP Conference Hits San Francisco Next Weekend

    Thomas Keller watchers, get ready: next weekend, San Francisco will be the home to the International Association of Culinary Professional's (IACP) 35th annual conference that has a regional theme of "Dirt to Digital: Real Food in a Virtual World." Keller, Joyce Goldstein, Bruce Aidells and Andrew Kn ... More >>

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    March 25, 2013

    Passover Dinners Not To Pass Over

    For eight days every spring, Passover recalls the exodus of Jews from Egypt to freedom, while royally screwing over food choices of modern-day Jews and relegating their diets to flattened pieces of cardboard-tasting matzoh. Given the bevy of pastries, hipster-toasts and other tempting leavened goodi ... More >>

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    April 6, 2012

    Number 27: The Jewish-Style Artichoke from Locanda

    SFoodie's countdown of our favorite 50 things to eat and drink, 2012 edition ​Artichokes were originally a Jewish specialty in Italy, writes Cucina Ebraica author Joyce Goldstein, but now carciofi alla giudia are considered a Roman specialty as well. Considering that we live less ... More >>

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    April 2, 2012

    Passover Menus: Kosher Dishes for the Eating

    There are few opportunities for kosher foodies to pig out, but Passover is an exception. The week-long Jewish holiday is here again, and there's an abundance of non-pig options for followers of the faith and dairy-detesting vegans to celebrate. Here's a list of prescribed menus on SFoodie's Pas ... More >>

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    November 18, 2011

    Illy's Espressamente Cafe Opens Downtown

    Johnny O./YelpThe new downtown Illy Espressamente. ​International coffee powerhouse Illy is stretching its espresso-tinged fingers in to the heavily populated world of San Francisco cafes with Espressamente Illy, a high-end cafe now open at 123 Battery. It is Illy's ninth Esspressamente to ope ... More >>

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    April 18, 2011

    Celebrate Passover This Wednesday Italian Style with Sipping Seder

    Courtesy Sipping Seder​Italian Passover with the Sipping Seder Where: Perbacco, 230 California (at Front), 955-0663 When: Wed., April 20 Cost: $49 (cocktails not included) Reservations: Call the restaurant at 415-955-0663 The rundown: Rob Corwin and Danny Jacobs's Sipping Seder project loo ... More >>

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    November 8, 2010

    Scenes from SF Food Wars' Ultimate Potluck

    Alex HochmanAziza's Louis Maldonado, left, and Mourad Lahlou act out their love for Joyce Goldstein.​In choosing a greatest hits collection of Times recipes dating back to the 1850s for her new The Essential New York Times Cookbook, Amanda Hesser took on a daunting task. Just as daunting was t ... More >>

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    June 15, 2010

    Fog City Diner: Still a Charmer, but Far from the Forefront

    Thomas Hawk/Flickr​The second installment in a new series of posts looking into restaurants and food producers that San Francisco has loved for so long that they've slipped into a media black hole.

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    December 3, 2009

    Weekend Planner: On Saturday, a Cool Collection of Local Food Writers Talks Shop in Berkeley

    chandlerm 2000/FlickrLocal eco chef and author Bryant Terry.​Dust off your thinking cap this weekend for a free event at the West Berkeley Pasta Shop (1786 Fourth St. at Hearst). Saturday from 1 to 3 p.m., a who's-cool collection of Bay Area culinary writers will be discussing the future of fo ... More >>

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    September 14, 2009

    Make This Tonight: Joyce Goldstein's Samfaina

    M. BrodyGoldstein, serving chunky gazpacho -- but when does she sleep?​A real treat: an intimate dinner chez Joyce Goldstein, aka the hardest working woman in the food business. Goldstein, veteran of Chez Panisse and her own San Francisco restaurant Square One, is the author of 26 cookbooks, a ... More >>

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    July 7, 2009

    Joyce Goldstein and Hoss Zare Team Up for Mediterranean-Flavored Benefit

    JoyceGoldstein.comGoldstein: Local Mediterranean food pioneer.Mediterranean cuisine hounds will want to check out the Joyce Goldstein and Hoss Zaré dinner benefit this Sunday, July 12, at Zaré at Fly Trap (606 Folsom at Second St.). Goldstein, a prolific cookbook author and recipient of several Ja ... More >>

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    May 11, 2009

    Watch Alton Brown Feed the Fishies in Monterey Bay

    Brown: Worth the schlep?Many of the events taking place this Friday and Saturday for the Monterey Bay Aquarium's eighth-annual Cooking for Solutions are already sold out, including Friday's members-only VIP opening reception with TV chef/food scientist Alton Brown. If money ain't a thang, a few of S ... More >>

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