The food Sections Over Coffee

Welcome to your afternoon coffee-break roundup of the local food sections. Dig in!

From the San Francisco Chronicle:

A profile of the vast Michael Mina empire [Michael Mina’s magic touch]

The Chron celebrates the victory of Mexican forces over the French in the 1862 Battle of Puebla with Mexican recipes and a very special headline [South to North: Happy Cinco de Margaritas]

The Accidental Vegetarian celebrates the season in the produce aisle [Springing forward with greens galore]

Looks like our locals are officially out of the Top Chef race [What’s New: Last S.F. contestant booted from ‘Top Chef’]

And it looks like Frisson is gone, at least for a lot longer than expected [Inside Scoop]

Over in the San Francisco Bay Guardian:

Paul Reidinger takes a visit to LoLo, which he describes as “hybrid” Mexican/Turkish cuisine, eschewing the word “fusion.” [When Turkey met Mexico …]

Reidinger also weighs in on Top Chef [Chefs that go crunch]

And LE Leone talks about movies, killing and, for a second, Thai Noodle Jump [Cheap Eats]

Finally, over in the SF Weekly:

Meredith Brody takes her turn at Waterbar, [Fish Story]

The food Sections Over Coffee