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    Buying Out the Sweet Constructions Cart

    ? Sweet Constructions has been in the wholesale business for seven years, and the mobile cart biz for only the past two months. SFoodie encountered them in the streets last week, went wild, and bought one of everything, which came to $16 -- not bad f...

    @ SFoodie by Tamara Palmer on September 9, 2009 @ 9:00 am
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    A Taste of Vivid in the Tenderloin: A SFoodie Lunch Planner

    Make your way to this tidy TL oasis for a taste of something vivid and satisfying. SF Weekly restaurant critic Meredith Brody gives the nod to the samusa soup and tea leaf salad: Larkin Express Burmese Kitchen, 452 Larkin (at Turk), 475-5569 ...

    @ SFoodie by John Birdsall, SFoodie Editor on September 9, 2009 @ 8:04 am
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    Doggy Bag: Today's Odds and Ends

    The semiotics of yum: We once had an editor who enforced a ban on hated words: crispy, veggie, hipster, and foodie, a tag that necessarily shows up often on a site called SFoodie. At Bay Area Bites today, SFoodie contributor Andrew Simmons muses on f...

    @ SFoodie by John Birdsall, SFoodie Editor on September 8, 2009 @ 6:07 pm
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    Drink Therapy: Two-for-One Vacation

    Yeah, baby. How'd the Tuesday back from your three-day turn out? Brutal? Even if you don't normally go all gushy over, oh, that Lady Gaga "Paparazzi" video, or spending daylight hours in a bar with a dance floor that flashes hard enough to induce ...

    @ SFoodie by John Birdsall, SFoodie Editor on September 8, 2009 @ 4:46 pm
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    Soul Food Farm Devastated by Last Week's Fire

    Thirty acres of pasture burned. Fans of pasture-raised chicken and eggs from the North Bay's Soul Food Farm were no doubt saddened to learn about last Thursday's devastating fire. There were some great things in the works on the farm. As we noted ...

    @ SFoodie by Mary Ladd on September 8, 2009 @ 4:00 pm
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    Hot Meal: Oakland's Lake Chalet

    Crispy brandade fish sticks. ? We were saddened last year to learn that Lara and Gar Trupelli of San Francisco's Beach and Park Chalets won the rights to launch a restaurant in Oakland's Lake Merritt Boat House (though not at all surprised that th...

    @ SFoodie by Meredith Brody on September 8, 2009 @ 2:50 pm
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    Mayan Holiday: Poc-Chuc's as Good as Ever

    The eponymous dish: The pork is simultaneously crisp and chewy. If you've slept on Poc-Chuc, the pretty Mayan joint on 16th Street, now is as good a time as any to wake up. Three square meals a day aren't always enough to keep an active San Franci...

    @ SFoodie by Andrew Simmons on September 8, 2009 @ 1:58 pm
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    Slow Food Potluck Draws Hundreds to Civic Center on Labor Day

    The Civic Center event was one of several in the city. Slow Food San Francisco president Dava Guthmiller estimated about 400 people showed up at a potluck in Civic Center yesterday. The event was one of more than 300 Labor Day Eat-Ins organized by...

    @ SFoodie by John Birdsall, SFoodie Editor on September 8, 2009 @ 1:40 pm
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    Epic Free Lunch Giveaway at Poleng Lounge

    ? SF Weekly restaurant critic Meredith Brody recently enjoyed her meals at pan-Asian eatery/nightclub Poleng Lounge, and mentioned that Chef Timothy Luym would soon reintroduce lunch and tea service with a street food-focused menu largely $8...

    @ SFoodie by Tamara Palmer on September 8, 2009 @ 12:30 pm
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    Brews on the Bay Gives You Justification for Pounding Suds

    This weekend offers beer drinkers a chance to imbibe at the sixth annual Brews on the Bay, September 12 and 13. Over 40 handcrafted local artisan breweries are participating, with the drinking happening on the historic S.S. Jeremiah O'Brien, the Worl...

    @ SFoodie by Mary Ladd on September 8, 2009 @ 11:52 am
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    Early Bird Special: Outerlands

    Sexy, right? An early nibble from the Weekly's Wednesday food review. When this year's food obit is filed (something tells us we'll be the ones writing it), expect some ponderous post-mort on 2009 having been the Year of the Sandwich. Foams and ...

    @ SFoodie by John Birdsall, SFoodie Editor on September 8, 2009 @ 11:14 am
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    Hot Chaat: Soul Cocina Brings India to Mission Street Food

    Soul Cocina's panuchos: Neither Indian nor on the MSF menu, but also hot. ? Roger Feely, the culinary instructor/street food purveyor behind Soul Cocina, will once again collaborate with Mission Street Food this Thursday, September 10 at Lung Shan...

    @ SFoodie by Tamara Palmer on September 8, 2009 @ 11:00 am
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    Pizzahacker: 1000 Degrees and Rising

    Inside Pizzahacker's 1000-degree "Franken-Weber" oven. ? "This ain't Domino's, people," proclaims new street food vendor Pizzahacker, who's been privately perfecting the pie art for some 15 years. When we met Pizzahacker over the weekend, we were...

    @ SFoodie by Tamara Palmer on September 8, 2009 @ 10:00 am
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    Maraming Salamat: More Filipino Street Food Hits the Scene

    Lumpia Cart: The latest Filipino street food vendor. ? Adobo Hobo's popularity has apparently paved the way for further editions of Filipino street food. The Lumpia Cart began serving the nation's take on spring rolls on August 30. Admittedly thou...

    @ SFoodie by Tamara Palmer on September 8, 2009 @ 9:00 am
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    A Torta All Our Own: A SFoodie Lunch Planner

    With the bridge closed this weekend, the city felt like it was all our own, right? Now that the outsiders are back, make a lunchtime retreat to a place where the insider feeling is just as strong. Munch on a quesadilla con flor de cabeza y epazote an...

    @ SFoodie by John Birdsall, SFoodie Editor on September 8, 2009 @ 8:20 am
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    New Restaurants

    A weekly listing of new restaurants around town. To recommend a spot, e-mail fresheats. Cafe La Taza: 4230 18th St. (at Collingwood), 525-4921, www.cafelataza.com. Castro. Pastries and salads. Cultive Frozen Yogurt: 1998 Union (at Buchanan), 3...

    on January 6, 2010
  • Mayes Oyster House wraps seafood in a new package

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    Mayes Oyster House wraps seafood in a new package

    Mayes Oyster House has catered to the great and near-great from all over the world since it was established 69 years ago," restaurant critic Ruth Thompson wrote ... 73 years ago. That's a ripe cumulative age for any public institution, especially a ...

    by Matthew Stafford on January 6, 2010
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    Doggy Bag: Today's Odds and Ends

    Since it's Labor Day, we thought we'd hype the non-SFoodie labors of two of our contributors. Hey guys: Nice, um, work. Just looking: In September's Wine Enthusiast, SFoodie contributor Andrew Simmons shuffles around Kyoto, including stops at the di...

    @ SFoodie by John Birdsall, SFoodie Editor on September 7, 2009 @ 4:00 pm
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    Snacktion: La Graziosa's Peanut Butter Zebra

    ? Name: Peanut Butter Zebra Brand: La Graziosa Origin: Vallejo Found at: Faletti Foods (308 Broderick at Fell) Cost: $6.49 Ingredients: Unbleached wheat flour, Guittard chocolate, peanut butter, butter, sugar, brown sugar, eggs, salt, baking...

    @ SFoodie by Tamara Palmer on September 7, 2009 @ 11:00 am
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    Free Blarf Babies (and Why You Want One)

    A tasty S.O.B. ? Hey, everybody, hurry! There's free Blarf babies in San Francisco! It may not sound appetizing, but don't be scurred: That's just the name for Danny Gabriner's sourdough starter, descendants of which he's offering for free through...

    @ SFoodie by Tamara Palmer on September 7, 2009 @ 11:00 am
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Sammy's Aloha Pops Up on the Embarcadero Sammy's Aloha Pops Up on the Embarcadero

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Distillations: Riding Out the Morning After at the Riptide Distillations: Riding Out the Morning After at the Riptide

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Just the Crust: Laying the Foundation for New S.F. Pizza Shops Just the Crust: Laying the Foundation for New S.F. Pizza Shops

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