Seen any good movies lately? You probably have. We haven't, though. Because we've been too busy this week laughing our own faces off at a variety of songs about the stars of stage and screen. Here's a countdown of our favorites. Behold! A bunch of stuff we'd almost forgotten about!
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Jonathan KauffmanRainbow Orchards' cider: $4/quart at the Inner Sunset Farmers Market. Fall in Indiana began with the start of school. Then came the heavy jackets, the leaf mounds and rake-blistered hands, and the weekly trips to the orchard to fill up our jugs with fresh-pressed cider. For two o ... More >>
Zachary Carson/FlickrIt's been kinda crummy out today, but it is the sort of weather that begs for a zingy beverage. Where similar products aren't well-balanced, Adina's cold Indian Chai Latte nails the ratio of milk, black tea, and sweetener (in this case, evaporated cane juice).This organic and ... More >>
It's rare that you'll spot SFoodie chillin' with a diet drink in hand, especially one sweetened with stevia, which is arguably what one might imagine a can of Raid to taste like. But Half Moon Bay's Odwalla health beverage company has made us reconsider with its nine-month-old Mojito Mam ... More >>
Our favorite morsels from the food blogs and beyond.
Chicken shit: Seriously? According to Slashfood's Sarah LeTrent (who got it from the New York Post) a former finance director at J. P. Morgan has reportedly spent the last few years trying to crack KFC's 11 secret herbs and spices. He may be clos ... More >>
If you foster an addiction to those mass-marketed cold coffee drinks where sugar is the top note, consider supporting a locally-born version of the same thing with Adina's coffee energy drinks. This fair-trade beverage company is a partnership between its San Francisco-based founder Magatte Wade- ... More >>
The ever-reliable Odwalla, which was started in Santa Cruz and has its headquarters up the coast in Half Moon Bay, offers this Super Protein Pumpkin soy milk drink every winter; it's one of their only seasonal flavors. That's a shame because, with our mild weather year-round, when is it a bad time ... More >>
During his first three decades on Sixth Street, Tom McKnight Sr. used his various businesses to educate his children and counsel them in the doctrine of social obligation. Now his son must balance the demands of activism against the realities of commerce
The enforcement of drug laws should be less hurtful than the dangers inherent indrug use itself, say the "harm reductionists" at Prevention Point, who practice what they preach by distributing 1.5 million needles to the city's drug users