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Brunchin’ is a Habit: Waiting for the Bran ($26 in My Hand)

Brunchin’ is a Habit: Waiting for the Bran ($26 in My Hand)

| September 2, 2009 | 1 Comment

Brunch-positive people work hard and play hard. They see brunch as a soothing extension of the partying they did the night before, a necessary putting back together of things that were dislodged — a ritual well worth the inflated price of pancakes and a lengthy wait. Brunch-negative people think waiting for food they could make at home for a fraction of the cost is a waste of a day’s best hours. There are two sides, and San Francisco’s boutique-lined streets — Haight, Church, Valencia — are divided between them.

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Chorizo Sausage Patties

Chorizo Sausage Patties

| May 13, 2009 | 0 Comments

Chorizo Sausage Patties make the ultimate stay-in brunch at home. Make a batch and keep a stash in your freezer for weekends to come.

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Balsamic Grilled Asparagus

Balsamic Grilled Asparagus

| April 15, 2009 | 4 Comments

Recipe grilled asparagus kissed with balsamic vinegar, served with a fried egg, crumbled bacon, and lemon aioli.

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Events: Wonderful Wine Workshops

Events: Wonderful Wine Workshops

| September 10, 2008 | 1 Comment

One of my favorite group of folks to hang out with are sommeliers. First of all, they are in the business of making people happy and generally speaking, they’re pretty good at it. Because they know an awful lot about wine, I almost always learn something from them. Since you might only get a few moments consulting with a sommelier or wine director in a busy restaurant or wine bar, taking a class from them is a great way to absorb even more wine smarts.

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