Sebastien Archambault has a Julie and Julia menu for three days only.
Following on her Green Kitchen project, Chef Waters will once again champion the cause of simple cooking, this time with help from star chefs.
• Pamela Busch at the Examiner compiles a list of good wines from around the world under $20. [SF Examiner] • Robbie Lewis, formerly of Jardiniere and Bacar, already drooling over the soon-to-be-vacant Citizen Cake space, and asks investment gods...
A famous food blogger taps her famous source for a one-night dinner and demo.
Plus: menus for sophisticated kids, and Illy's American inroads, all in our morning news roundup.
Amanda Hesser, Julie Powell, and Judith Jones will discuss the chef.
The Paul Kahan-Julia Child connection; plus how to DIY your own honky-tonk taco.
Wurstkuche more than weathers the economic storm, while MOCA has a new food vendor.
• Harry Denton is down to one nightclub, but he says he won't retire and will stay sober, despite a relapse two years ago. [SF Chronicle] • In wine country, you can still get a taste of old-fashioned apple brandy....
Plus: Michelin unmasks its reviewers; support for soda taxation
Plus: a stabbing outside Cafe Meridian, and no more Buzzards Bay microbrews, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: Parisians cool on Julia Child, and Michelin markets anonymity, all in our morning news roundup.
Saffron prices go astronomical and Kosher foods are enjoying increasing popularity.
• Sausalito wine buff Mark Anderson will go to trial for arson Oct. 6. He's accused of setting a Vallejo wine warehouse on fire in 2005. [SF Chronicle] • The California Supreme Court won't take a case against Starbucks, in...
Plus: an MFK Fisher/Julia Child book; the dark future of food magazines
Plus: a new food book, and fewer food magazines, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: Saffron prices soar, and a new book about the best food clique ever, all in our morning news roundup.
The American Heart Association is looking out for your sugar intake and Jamie Oliver is bringing 30 Italian restaurants to Asia.
Plus: The FTC jumps on the anti-college-themed beer bandwagon; a more authentic recipe for boeuf bourguignon