Posts Tagged ‘Food’
Paris chefs are rebelling against the unforgiving and constant scrutiny of the common smartphone.
Jelly Belly announced Hefeweizen-flavored jelly beans over the weekend in San Francisco.
Show your oven some lovin’ this holiday season with ginger snaps or candy cane cookies.
Get creative and embrace your leftovers: No need for four days of sandwiches.
You’ve been busy. You’ve been tired. Now Thanksgiving dinner is just two days away. Don’t panic.
Frozen bird? Salty potatoes? Here are solutions to some common Thanksgiving Day kitchen disasters.
Turkey is the centerpiece of the Thanksgiving table. But save a slice of the spotlight for these sides.
Regulators Thursday took steps to ban synthetic fats from processed foods like microwave popcorn and frozen pizzas.
This delicious 15-minute meal is said to be based on a very ancient recipe.
These veggie burgers are for the times when an elegant salad won’t hit the spot. Like right now this second.
With peanut allergies on the rise, Bay Area school officials are revamping menus to make them peanut-free — or close to it.
Potato salad gets all dressed up in barely anything at all: herbs, lemon juice, olive oil, and slivers of cured salmon.
You know that crunchy magic shell that hardens over your favorite ice cream? It only needs two ingredients.
This waffle — whose name abandons all notions of subtlety and restraint — is perfectly, surprisingly delicate.
The rally highlights the ongoing, increasingly contentious contract dispute between ballpark workers and management.
A former executive with The Wine Tasting Network is a wanted man after he failed to show up in federal court Monday.
Fresh vegetables and bold sauce make vegan pizza as exciting as its cheesy counterparts.
These summer picnic dishes are delicious and meant to impress — while withstanding travel and time in the sun.
A simple pleasure of a spring salad with asparagus and soft-boiled eggs, meant to be enjoyed alone.
On a trip to Spain, I encountered a pillowy white condiment made with milk and oil — and not a trace of egg.
We’ve got 3 ways to cook pasta — and they all work — including one method that needs just 60 seconds.
The ongoing battle over the fate of Drakes Bay Oyster Company has created some strange bedfellows.
Like all things beautiful and rare, artichokes — the greenmarket’s thorny belles — are tough to crack.
While each family has their own way — the right way — here are ten great recipes for classic Italian pastas.
Maximize pea shoots’ short season with a week’s worth of meals, and learn how to extend it by growing your own.
We’ve been waiting for this moment. We’ve watched the days get lighter, felt the sun get warmer. And now, asparagus!
The food that you consume literally becomes you as your body discards old cells and replaces them with new ones.
This week The City was all about a different type of awards ceremony — one that handed out bronze Piggy Awards.
The man with the moustache rolls out his soul food pop-up Sunday at Asiento in the Mission.
Willie Brown is no Michael Bauer, but he knows his pickle jars and a “good” burger when he sees one.
They’re far from sloppy and strictly for the daytime, but San Francisco burritos have found a following in Berlin.
Facing heavy criticism from consumers, Safeway announced it will no longer sell fresh ground beef mixed with “pink slime.”
Dolores Park has absolutely exploded as a chill-spot magnet over the last decade. Now, as with most popular things, people want to make some money off this large, thirsty crowd.
Food lovers rejoice! LivingSocial, the daily coupon site that offers everything from half-off surfing lessons to 2-for-1 sandwiches, is gearing up to launch a service aimed specifically towards those with discerning palettes. The invitation-only site, known as LivingSocial Gourmet, will…