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He's pretty sure Wolverine likes spaetzle and sashimi.
Also, SPQR falls off, but we think this may be because they're getting a star.
Chez Panisse is on there too.
The San Francisco chef claims victory and new cult Twitter feed after winning Top Chef Masters.
California cops admit they're not really planning a major crackdown on the stuff, as long as chefs tap every loophole they can find.
Burton's words, Pastore argues, could incite more violent action from extremists.
It's not so offal-centric as he usual is.
Chef Chris Cosentino (Incanto) recently established a Los Angeles presence with the pork-centric portion of the new Umamicatessen, called PIGG. He's introducing Angelenos to the wonder of crispy pig ears and brainaise, and the place also features a mechanized, Ferris-wheel-type...
Also, Chris Cosentino has a recipe in there too.
The Incanto chef's latest project will debut in Adam Fleischman's modern mega-deli Umamicatessen.
NBC's Tamara Palmer thought she was ordering fries...
We know our meat in the Bay Area, and Chris Cosentino's Incanto and Duskie Estes's Zazu restaurant were named on a list of the "10 Meatiest Restaurants" in America by the Daily Meal. Estes, of course, and husband John Stewart...
The San Francisco offal devotee tempts L.A. with Sicilian pig ear sandwiches and Iberico crudo.
From Boston to S.F., the football-making material is trending on menus.
We've kidded him for being overexposed, but he was everywhere this week!