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Brunch at Heirloom Cafe with Kinfolk Magazine

Brunch at Heirloom Cafe with Kinfolk Magazine

San Francisco’s Heirloom Cafe throws a rare daytime event, a flower-decked brunch for friends and contributors to Kinfolk magazine. Stephanie Rosenbaum gets a view of the scene and weighs in on the contents of the new quarterly publication.

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“Tapioca for Pudding”

“Tapioca for Pudding”

| August 21, 2009 | 1 Comment

A terrible song has been going through my head for the past few days. I have absolutely no idea how it got there. I have some theories, but nothing concrete. I’ve been humming it at work and singing it in the shower, but it won’t go away.

So I thought the best way to get rid of it would be to share it with everyone I know.

It’s called “The Tapioca,” from the 1967 film Thoroughly Modern Millie, starring Julie Andrews, Mary Tyler Moore, and Carol Channing.

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Gluten-Free Crisp Topping

Gluten-Free Crisp Topping

| July 16, 2007 | 0 Comments

In a few hours I will be attending the wedding of a friend who has Celiac Disease. Her wedding will be a gluten-free picnic and all the guests will bring something in this theme. I know very little, almost nothing about what I call “alternative baking.” Luckily for me crisp topping is not really considered […]

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Links Around the Bay

| June 5, 2007 | 1 Comment

Whenever I am out of town or away from Bloglines for an extended period of time, as has been the case over the past couple of weeks, I go through a bit of triage reading in order to make sure I check in on my favorite people in the most efficient way. As I am […]

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Take 5 with Heidi Swanson

Take 5 with Heidi Swanson

| March 14, 2007 | 0 Comments

Heidi Swanson the San Francisco blogger behind 101 Cookbooks, has just written her second cookbook, Super Natural Cooking. 1. How does Super Natural Cooking differ from your first book, Cook 1.0?Super Natural Cooking attempts to convince people that cooking with a palette of minimally processed ingredients can be inspiring, delicious, and better for your health […]

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