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    Cheeseheads: Artisanal Cheese Festival in Petaluma, March 20-23

    The festivities begin with a Meet the Artisans welcome reception and tasting, hosted by the California Artisan Cheese Guild, on Friday night. That night you can dine at local restaurants featuring special cheese dishes on their menus. Saturday is...

    @ SFoodie by Meredith Brody on March 6, 2009 @ 11:00 am
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    Friday Sundae: Bi-Rite Creamery's Banana Split

    Bi-Rite Creamery (3692 18th St.) truly elevates the art. The sundae ($6.50) has typical elements such as vanilla ice cream, hot fudge, whipped cream and nuts (toasted walnuts, in this case). But when they whip out the blowtorch to caramelize the bana...

    @ SFoodie by Tamara Palmer on March 6, 2009 @ 9:00 am
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    Wine Events, Mar. 6-14

    Wine Club (953 Harrison): Merlot tasting, $10 Saturday, 3/7, noon-3pm, K&L (638 4th St): wines from Alsace and the Loire Saturday, 3/7, 1-4pm, Wine Club (953 Harrison): tasting of Cote d'Or wines Saturday, 3/7, 2-5:30pm, SF Wine Trading Co. (250 T...

    @ SFoodie by Robert Lauriston on March 6, 2009 @ 8:01 am
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    Day Trip: Point Reyes

    This being the Bay Area, there's also good food to be found. A fine place to pick up a picnic is Cowgirl Creamery / Tomales Bay Foods (80 4th St, Point Reyes Station, open Wednesday through Sunday). This little food court houses a cheese shop and an ...

    @ SFoodie by Robert Lauriston on March 5, 2009 @ 5:30 pm
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    Thank Heaven's Dog for Buns

    These addictive morsels are a clear tribute to those served at the New York restaurant Momofuku, the great success which, if media reports are to be believed, was almost singlehandedly built on the back of buns. ...

    @ SFoodie by Tamara Palmer on March 5, 2009 @ 3:00 pm
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    Last Night: Tea Tasting at Samovar Zen Valley

    Samovar's third SF location is built into a Hayes Valley Victorian. Samovar Zen Valley Tea Tasting Page at Laguna Streets March 4, 2009 Better Than: Brewing a generic, borderline metallic-tasting tea bag in your cold, lonely apartment. The Sam...

    @ SFoodie by Janine Kahn on March 5, 2009 @ 2:45 pm
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    Coffee, Toast and a Coconut: That's Trouble

    It's called Build Your Own Damn House ($7) and is an adventure in playing with your personal chemistry; the coconut water mellows the jitters and extends the duration of the caffeine buzz from the coffee, while the sugar in the toast draws an instant...

    @ SFoodie by Tamara Palmer on March 5, 2009 @ 6:30 am
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    San Francisco Restaurant Closures Since January 1, 2009

    A diverse spectrum of restaurants closed across San Francisco in the first two months of the year, ranging from the celebrated Azie (opened in December of 1999, and now only available as a private event space through its next-door sister restaurant, ...

    @ SFoodie by Meredith Brody on March 4, 2009 @ 3:14 pm
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    Marin Joe's Piano Bar: For All You Lounge Lizards

    (Marin Joe's: 1585 Casa Buena Dr.,Corte Madera; Call 924-2081) ...

    @ SFoodie by Matthew Stafford on March 4, 2009 @ 2:13 pm
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    Vegan Eats: Arizmendi Bakery's Tabouli

    Arizmendi Bakery (1331 9th Ave.) is a surefire spot for cookies, bread, pastries and pizza. But it might be surprising to learn that the worker-owned collective also makes a mean tabouli ($3.50). This can be one of the least substantial components of...

    @ SFoodie by Tamara Palmer on March 4, 2009 @ 9:00 am
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    Classic Cookbooks: Madhur Jaffrey's Indian Cookery

    On my short list of such books, Madhur Jaffrey's Indian Cookery stands out as particularly reliable. Everything I've cooked out of it has been delicious, and the recipes all work perfectly, probably because they were thoroughly tested in the course o...

    @ SFoodie by Robert Lauriston on March 4, 2009 @ 8:01 am
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    Around Town: The Tipsy Pig

    Valentine's favorite dish is the Tipsy Sliders ($12), Chimay-braised pulled pork and red cabbage slaw on Hawaiian sweet buns. Notable drinks include the Drakes Woodworm ($10), comprising Le Tourment Vert absinthe, St. Germain, lemon, gomme, bitters, ...

    @ SFoodie by Janine Kahn on March 3, 2009 @ 3:16 pm
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    Staples: Pomi Strained Tomatoes

    The best brand avaialble locally is Pomi (made by Parmalat, best known for its milk products), which is 100% tomatoes, no salt, preservatives, or seasonings. Even homemade sauce made from peak-season plum tomatoes would be hard-pressed to match the i...

    @ SFoodie by Robert Lauriston on March 3, 2009 @ 2:21 pm
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    Today is Square Root Day: Eat Square Roots

    CNET reports that today is Square Root Day since the month and day (number 3) are both the square root of the year (09). The holiday is credited to a Redwood City teacher named Ron Gordon, and, according to the story, "celebrants are expect...

    @ SFoodie by Tamara Palmer on March 3, 2009 @ 12:37 pm
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    Roll Play: Barracuda's Gangsta Roll

    At Barracuda (2251 Market) in the Castro, the house music is bumping and the food has fun names. Case in point: The Gangsta Roll ($12.95), which hosts hamachi, cucumber and green onion on the inside and unagi, salmon, orange and bl...

    @ SFoodie by Tamara Palmer on March 3, 2009 @ 10:22 am
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    Localvore: Bay Area Cravings of the Now

    ? Vegetables with miso butter [Food Gal] ? Perfect pancakes [Inside Bay Area] ?The most disgusting tasting cake [Becks and Posh]

    @ SFoodie by Tamara Palmer on March 3, 2009 @ 9:00 am
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    Weird-Ass Beer of the Week: Duchesse de Bourgogne

    The beer is brown with glints of red, has a slightly sour and yeasty aroma, a fruity flavor, like good hard cider, with hints of cinnamon and stout, and a sweet-sour finish. It's very nice with nutty cheeses such as Gruyre or aged Gouda, or with blu...

    @ SFoodie by Robert Lauriston on March 3, 2009 @ 8:01 am
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    Now Open: Outerlands

    Soups, salads and sides are the name of the game (for the moment at least), with a focus on organic ingredients from Northern California; the salad greens come from Heirloom Organics in Hollister, for example. There's also a rotating beer selection a...

    @ SFoodie by Tamara Palmer on March 2, 2009 @ 9:25 pm
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    Trader Joe's Taste Test: Butter Chicken with Basmati Rice

    On our last grocery run, we picked up this fairly new item - Trader Joe's Butter Chicken with Basmati Rice - lured by the "Authentic Indian Recipe" stamp on the packaging and the siren sound of $2.99. We're inclined to believe that bit about authenti...

    @ SFoodie by Janine Kahn on March 2, 2009 @ 1:30 pm
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    Cheap Wines That Don't Suck: Freschello Rosso

    Freschello (fress-KELL-oh), a newish nonvintage red from Cielo e Terra in the the Colli Berici district of the neighboring Veneto region, follows the same model. Like Lambrusco. it's dry, very light-bodied, relatively low in alcohol (10.5%), slightly...

    @ SFoodie by Robert Lauriston on March 2, 2009 @ 1:01 pm
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