Why do you need another kale salad recipe? Because not only will this one blow your mind with awesomeness, but I can give you five good reasons to make it.
Kelly O'Mara is a writer and reporter in the San Francisco Bay Area. She writes about food, health, sports, travel, business and California news. Her work has appeared on KQED, online for Outside Magazine and in Competitor Magazine, among others.
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From GMOs to apps on your phone, these were some of the biggest food stories and trends in 2013.
Food delivery technology — from Amazon drones to pizza at the press of a button — is exploding in San Francisco, meaning you can have fresh ingredients and recipes or take-out from your favorite restaurant delivered for a price.
Bay Area restaurants are holding fundraiser and hosting events to raise money for Typhoon Haiyan relief efforts.
Smell technologies have been around for decades, but they’re finally getting a digital boost into the mainstream.
When Bison Brewery decided to grow hops in Oakland they didn’t expect to end up with plants all over the city, 40 kegs of specially-brewer beer and a festival this weekend. But, that’s what they harvested.
The food mash-up craze — combining two (or more) items into one — has very nearly run its course. Here are some of the most popular food mash-ups.
As the popularity of crowdfunding grows, more foodies are turning to the masses to finance their new restaurants, food trucks and wholesale cooking projects.
Gluten sensitivity has become the butt of jokes, with both the Disney Channel and Hallmark sparking outrage in the gluten-free community. But, are gluten sensitivity and celiac disease a laughing matter?
The 2014 San Francisco Bay Area Zagat Guide comes out today. Along with information about nearly 1,500 restaurants, it also includes a survey of residents’ eating habits — including our tendency to take photos of our food.
Nathan and Devon Yanko opened the doors to M.H. Bread and Butter at the end of May. Now, with regular 12-hour days under their belts, the former Tartine baker thinks they’re building more than just bread; they’re building a community.
Phil Cutti, Patrick Horn and Inna Volynskaya — all from other well-known breweries in the Bay Area — launched Headlands Brewing Company in July. They’re making five signature beers right now, attracting fans and gearing up for the Great American Festival. The only problem? They don’t actually have a brewery.
Grains are about to get their own food revolution with big names leading the charge to redefine what we consider whole wheat.