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What do you get when you replace butter with lard in a caramel? Humphry Slocombe Boccolone lard caramels, an unlikely marriage of pork byproduct and candy, offering melty, meaty sweetness that blows the mind. So decadent, Chris Cosentino recommends you enjoy them in private, “so not everyone sees your ‘Oh’ [...]
Left: Beef ice cream cones. Right: The crowd from above. Photo: Cammie Nguyen / Eat Me Daily.
Saturday night, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art was full of bizarre sights: bicyclists circled a group of people who had gathered to eat dishes such as beef ice cream cones while a poet screamed Italian poems into [...]
On October 17th, the SFMOMA is hosting a banquet called "OPENfuture: Spinning Marinetti's Wheels" inspired by F. T. Marinetti's 1932 Futurist Cookbook. Expect beef ice cream cones and flying panforte. Also "cyclists delivering a locally sourced 'wild beast' and a women-only kitchen carving edible sculptures against a backdrop of stadium seating, emergency sirens, and spinning [...]
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In last week's San Francisco episode of No Reservations, Anthony Bourdain visited the Tadich Grill to eat a hangtown fry, a dish he called "an abomination against God and civilization." What, exactly, is a hangtown fry? Put simply: it's an omelette that includes bacon and oysters, with an origin story with one of [...]
We'd be remiss not to mention today's rebranding of the MenuPages city blogs as Grub Street blogs. Say hello to GS Chicago, GS Boston, GS Los Angeles, GS San Francisco, and GS Philadelphia. What we used to know as the singular Grub Street is now Grub Street New York, and look, a [...]
Bad boy chef Chris Cosentino's restaurant Incanto, in San Francisco's Noe Valley, hosted a book reading last night from author Lisa Hamilton's. Hamilton's latest book, Deeply Rooted: Unconventional Farming in the Age of Agribusiness (buy at Amazon), is both a clear-eyed look at the small-scale farmer's place in contemporary American society, and a case for [...]
Tomorrow, the group San Francisco Food Not Bombs is holding a "Deep Fried Not Bombs event, where they provide the oil, an "enormous" deep-fryer, and the batter — while you bring the food.
The catch: in an attempt to be all-inclusive, and to suck the fun out of the event, all the food you bring has [...]
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A photo from last Thursday’s Pie Fight in San Francisco. [via]