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The closest thing San Franciscans have to uniform religion is Weekend Brunch. We are, without a doubt, a city who brunches. Lines are an hour and a half at Zazie and Outerlands, a price people willingly pay time after time. It only makes sense that San Francisco, the city who spends Sunday morning bowing to [...]

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The time has come, my friends. It’s the glorious time of year when the days are long, hot (hey, a girl can dream), and the streets are flowing with food and drink. It’s the time when the San Francisco Street Food Festival¬†graces us. Dozens of top-notch restaurants perch-up in booths and serve morsels like cart [...]

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BRUNCH: one of my religions. Pop-ups: super fun. Jewish food: …what the hell, San Francisco, why is there a huge hole here? Anyway, obviously we know combining the first two will be a good time. Since SF has a thing or two to learn about Jewish food, I was excited for an AMAZINGLY fun educational [...]

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What comes to your mind when you think “street food?” Empanadas, curries, random meats-on-a-stick perhaps? Probably not bread. But I maintain that this bread is most definitely street, my friend. Josey Baker was an elementary school teacher. That was, until the day he made his first sourdough loaf. That day, my friends, was the day [...]

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