Food Over Coffee

It’s Wednesday, so that must mean it’s time for another afternoon coffee-break roundup. We might need a refill today.

From the San Francisco Chronicle:

The lead story proves that Bay Area cooks aren’t passing over creative Passover opportunities [Not Your Grandma’s Passover]

Corporate cookware darlings Williams-Sonoma and Sur La Table are making their mark in the cookbook industry [Cook’s Books ]

Pea shoots are shooting up this season [Seasonal Cook]

Doughnuts, beignets and French toast are all the rage on Bay Area dessert menus [What’s New]

And Napa chef Andrew Arndt gushes about his new gig as executive chef for cater Elaine Bell [ Cook’s Night Out]

From the San Francisco Bay Guardian:

Paul Reidinger gets his eats and grooves on at Prana [ Hall of the Disco King]

Reidinger also admires straight-talk when it comes to eating (and killing) animals [ Thrill Of The Kill]

And LE Leone tells a joke and also finds that the joke’s on her at La Corneta [Cheap Eats]

Cooking at SF Weekly:

Meredith Brody takes the T train to sample some comfort food at Serpentine [Chow In Dogpatch]

Food Over Coffee