Tag Archives: San Francisco

Falafel with Tzatziki

And now, ladies and gentlemen, a (not-very-well-researched) brief history of San Francisco street food.  First up: the taco truck, a portable taqueria in a shiny, well-scrubbed trailer offering chicken mole burritos and a Coke. There’s the beloved Tamale Lady who … Continue reading

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Omnivore Books on Food

I have, to put it rather mildly, an appetite. I savor my food and relish my drink. (If I’ve an extra bit of curve to my frame, I can assure you I’ve enjoyed putting on every last ounce of it.) … Continue reading

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Cioppino

After a brief delay, Dungeness crab season is in full, seafood-y swing in San Francisco. With a rich, clean flavor and a substantial texture (closer to lobster or snow crab than the silky, tender shreds of Atlantic blues), Dungeness is … Continue reading

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Turkey Burgers with Blue Cheese

One of the most satisfying parts of a vacation, strangely enough, is always coming home again. Touching down on the tarmac and cabbing it into town. Stepping into a quiet apartment and flicking on the lights. Home. San Francisco, though, … Continue reading

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