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Our winner wants to see a chef recreate a classic from literature.
More than 20 of the city's top burger flippers and chefs are on board for the cook off.
The Cinco de Mayo bash includes tequila and mezcal slushies and a barbecue prepared by Christian Page of Short Order.
Bartender Joel Black is leading a mixology demo while winners cruise the stadium.
It only translates into twelve containers of salsa, which isn't much for a heavy user.
The final tally is in.
The Downtown event features 56 wineries and over 250 wines.
"He looked like he just wanted to show off and was very nice."
It's a weekly series featuring mystery menus, and an ingredient-guessing game.
From West L.A. to Woodside, it seems like everybody wanted their own free copy of Bruce Aidells' new book.
Prepare to meat your vacation fate this evening.
Bruce Aidells' 632-page volume includes break-downs of beef, pork, bison, goat, and poultry cuts and 200 recipes.
Let's hear it for Ryan S., the winner of our trivia contest for two all-access passes to SF Cocktail Week, which kicks off Monday, September 17. He correctly answered the question, "What beloved cocktail with crème de violette first appeared...
It's another contest, this time for the booze fest that runs September 17 to 23.
Just tell us about your perfect picnic.
The fifth course in iNG's Rock & Metal menu.
Bonus: Blue Oyster Cult!
Why are short ribs always "meltingly tender"? And while we're at it, can we all agree that "bill of fare" has no place in 21st-century food writing?