We mentioned earlier the whole composting industry that's sprung up from mandatory composting laws, and today's Chron also has a piece about local chefs and all the things they do to keep their kitchens green, including the vinegar-from-leftover wine bins...
Per Burab: "This casser-rolled together into a fine forno ration of comfort chow."
On its way to Pier 45 is the San Francisco Fisherman's Wharf Sustainable Seafood Market, a first-of-its-kind online-based wholesale seafood market that will later expand into a regular retail trade, offering only locally caught seafood that has the Seafood Watch...
But talking about this is already making us feel like jerks.
In a Nod to the Gluten-Intolerant (Like His Wife), Tartine’s Chad Robertson to Revive Ancient Grains
Apparently there are many heritage grains that don't bother the wheat-sensitive.
It's a Napa vs. L.A. race with chefs at Mo-chica and Solbar in the lead.
Thomas Keller's kitchen is serving Gros Michel bananas.
The 1980s-era bans on new converting retail spaces to restaurants feels like an anachronism.
See detailed scorecards for 18 restaurants as to how sustainable the fish they serve really is.
Ohh, snap! Two months after getting turned down for an acquisition, Google goes to war.
We're not sure it's a whole lot easier in S.F., but Berkeleyside today looks at the long delays suffered and months of rent paid by the owners of Wine Thieves, iScream, and Amphora Nueva Oil as they tried to open...
Aging a bottle past 1,000 years still not recommended.
Also, 95% of their membership aren't doctors at all.
...Or so says the Times in a little piece today that focuses on forageSF's Iso Rabins and his Wild Kitchen events, and the recently launched Stag Dining Group. But shouldn't people fear eating in non-health-inspected kitchens? "We’re keeping ourselves safe,"...
A Chinese family owns and operates the place, with an African-American chef.
Via the L.A. 'Times' we hear the tale of some cash-strapped Benedictine monks who are trying harder than ever this year to sell their brandy-dipped fruitcakes.
In the fanfare over Ike's redemption yesterday, we missed the fact that Planning also gave the green light to Whole Foods and that eight-story condo complex that will be housed in at Market and Dolores, on the spot of the...