Perhaps you’re a dim sum disciple of the venerable Yank Sing located in downtown San Francisco, but there’s plenty of other places in the Bay Area to snack on this delightful Chinese fare.
Hedge your bets during cold and flu season with these immune boosting foods.
This year marked the 35th anniversary of the ultimate summer food extravaganza— Gilroy’s Garlic Festival. It was a three-day event packed with…well, food. Lots of food. Specifically, garlic. 82 tons of fresh California garlic to be precise. View BAB’s photo gallery of the festivities!
Some people use extreme diets like fasting and juice cleanses. But these aren’t necessary for most people and may be dangerous without medical supervision. Here are five foods that support the body while cleansing.
This September, KTEH invited people to audition for their chance to be the next cooking show star in their live December special, KTEH Cooks with Garlic.
Thirty-eight people of all walks of local life got up enough nerve to send in their video recipes and on November 1st, you, in all your I-could-have-done-that-so-much-better smugness, are invited to vote for your favorite. Do yourself a favor and watch them.
Have you ever entertained thoughts of becoming a cooking show personality? KTEH Cooks with Garlic is giving you the opportunity to show the Bay Area what you’ve got. In December, KTEH will broadcast a live show featuring local viewers preparing their favorite garlic recipes.
Saturday morning, market day, is a jumble of visiting with friends, purchasing food for the week, jostlingwith tourists, and talking to farmers. There are some weekends when the amount of energy needed for the market — including lugging my goods home on the bus — takes its toll. While on wintry days the market almost feels like a whisper, on summer days the market shouts at the top of its lungs for hours on end. Summer food is amplified, summer crowds are amplified, and even the number of farm booths is amplified.