Monthly Archives: September 2008

Culinary Q&A

A few of you loyal readers have taken my advice and sent me some culinary questions. I hope this is the first of many posts like this. I’ll take my lead from you…send those questions along and I’ll get to … Continue reading

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It’s That Time of the Week Again

Here’s what I’m reading today. Imagine my total and complete shock when I look at the food section in the San Francisco Chronicle and see recipe for Boyos and Borekas? Ok, this may not mean much to you but, if … Continue reading

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Pizzeria Delfina (Due!)

Let the countdown begin…the second Pizzeria Delfina will open on California and Fillmore Streets this Monday, September 22nd. Fillmore street is quickly becoming a food lover’s mecca. Already the home of SPQR, the hood will soon have their own Pizzeria … Continue reading

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What I Meant to Read Today

You start testing recipes for another cookbook and what happens? You totally forget your regular Wednesday blog post. Thanks to a friendly reminder for my mom, here we go… I’ve made a recipe like this before and it was fanstastic. … Continue reading

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Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies-with salt?

I am a good cook. I can make some great dishes (did I tell you I wrote a cookbook?). But…I have a confession to make: I suck at chocolate chip cookies. I have a zillion recipes for the things. One … Continue reading

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Back on the Soapbox…

…this time it’s brief. Marion Nestle, nutritionist extraordinaire and author of What to Eat (a book on my list but I haven’t read yet), answered a great question in the San Francisco Chronicle: Q: How do nutritionists feel about Michael … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading Today

It’s Wednesday. Have you read your local food section today? The SF Chronicle printed the perfect recipe for me today: Pork Chops with Glazed Figs and Yellow Wax Beans. Our neighbors dropped off a huge bag of fresh figs from … Continue reading

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