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Coi to Host Hurricane Sandy Benefit Dinner on December 3 With Guest Chefs Corey Lee, Christopher Kostow, and Others
The dinner will feature seven courses, with others by Evan Rich, Chris L'Hommedieu, and Bill Corbett.
See our slideshow from this Labor Day weekend event dinner.
Thomas, Alice, and Daniel, oh my!
It's at Copain Wines in the Russian River Valley.
We were kind of ahead of the curve on this one, here in S.F.
Editor Dana Cowin has been tweeting her riddles.
The Benu chef will be discussing the increasingly parallel technologies of cooking and bioscience.
Though the Bay Area dominates in the California region, L.A.'s Michael Voltaggio is most likely to win this popularity contest.
She apparently had no idea it was faux, and that was a great compliment.
A little more national love for San Francisco, this time from the 'Journal.'
They're soup dumplings, but stuff with foie.
"We're still in our infancy," says Lee, modestly.
Chefs aren't too quick to defend the practice of killing sharks for their fins, but when it comes to taking away their foie, they're pretty angry about that.
The French celebration of food-world enfants terribles is back.
Owing to overfishing in Russia, the industry has become almost entirely domestic, and 100 percent sustainable.
Food & Wine is doing a poll this year, separate from their editorial choices for Best New Chefs, for "The People's Best New Chef."
The regular tasting menu at Benu will run you $270 including wine, the same price the Laundry just went up to.