Not to be outdone by Alan Richman, Bruce Palling takes an S.F. refresher tour.
This actually might make recipes harder to follow, but anyway...
A new issue of 'Wolverine' will be set in San Francisco, and will feature chef Chris Cosentino as a character.
Mission: Top Chef Masters hopeful Traci Des Jardins will be guest cheffing at Heirloom Café on Tuesday, March 29, alongside pal and former Jardinière employee turned restaurateur, Matt Straus. Make reservations here. [Grub Street] Also, the Board of Supervisors are...
What else would you expect?
• The co-owner of Fred's New Lite Supermarket in the Upper Haight allegedly shot one of his regular customers in the back yesterday after an argument over the victim's "chubby chihuahua" named Gizmo. [Examiner] • How do you feel about...
Jonathan Kauffman decides to take the whole heart theme of this impending holiday literally, and he tours the city hunting the blood-pumping organ of the offal realm. "I'd even argue that hearts are entry-level offal," he writes. "There's none of...
That's pronounced "en-doo-ya."
This is how these kinds of business models work, people.
... such as making a dry punch, or putting on an actual costume and going to a party.
A video interview during last weekend's Off the Grid at McCoppin.
The "famously anonymous" local Michelin inspector was at Incanto last night, and in yet another example of how real-time Twittering might not be the best choice for a critic trying to remain anonymous, the dude announced his whereabouts only to...
At Aspen Food & Wine, chef Chris Cosentino talks about why he loves offal.
A look at how pig feet took over menus around the country.
The game is called Old Man on a Station, and the object is to "put Chris in the shits."
These pants have three button settings: Piglet, Sow, and Boar.
Lamb, 20 ways. All in a day's work.