Winter 2015

Last Updated February 16, 2015
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10 Things to Eat Right Now: Winter 2015

  Andytown Coffee Roaster’s Corn Muffin The world is fairly plagued by terrible muffins, besieged by flavorless mountains with the...

What to Drink Now: In SF, a centuries-old drinking tradition resurges with a fresh face

After too many years out of the spotlight, sherry has finally leapt back into bartenders’ favor thanks to its particular complexity.

Cooking with San Francisco Cooking School: Sure-Fire Roasted Chicken Every Time

When I say “roast (blank),” what’s the first word that comes to mind? Chicken, right? I can’t think of a carnivore on the planet who doesn’t love the comfort of a perfectly roasted chicken.

Cauliflower soup with toasted almond gremolata

cauliflower soup
This winter white beauty is the triple threat of the season: versatile, delicious and nutritious. Once overshadowed by its’ cruciferous cousin, broccoli, cauliflower can now claim center stage. A...

Savory Vegetable Pancakes with Poached Eggs

These savory pancakes cook up with a nice crispy edge on the outside while the inside is packed with crunchy bits of cauliflower and soft cheese, making them a perfect foil for a poached egg.

Pickled Herring with Sour Cream and Onions

The local herring season in San Francisco arrives in December or January, and we fillet, salt, and pickle thousands of these tasty baitfish during their short season.

Cooking’s Not for Everyone: Now that we’re kicking gluten, let’s kick guilt trips too

We are bombarded with this truth: Family dinner is a magical and yet endangered institution. What was once commonplace—lo, quotidian!—for...

Daniel Patterson Makes Leap from Fine Dining to Fast Food. Will Regular Folk Bite?

Loco'ls new location in the Tenderloin
Daniel Patterson is working on a burger that could revolutionize fast food. He also wants to play a role in revitalizing communities across...

Simple Recipes for the Season: Winter 2015

Winter has arrived, bringing festive celebrations, much-needed rain and an abundance of citrus. These colder, darker days prompt us to stay...
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