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Intuitive Tamales

Intuitive Tamales

| December 8, 2007 | 2 Comments

When I was in college, in the dark days before email and Facebook, my roommates and I passed our time with more mundane matters. Like food. From Juli, I learned about Japanese-style curry. Rie taught me how to blanche green beans perfectly, while Ed opened my palate to an entire pantheon of slow-simmered soups. Pierrette’s […]

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Mexico DF

Mexico DF

| September 27, 2007 | 0 Comments

Despite the proliferation of excellent burritos and taco trucks worth chasing down, it’s hard to find a decent sit-down Mexican place in San Francisco. While Mexico DF isn’t quite perfect, it’s good enough to overlook the flaws and welcome its addition to the city’s restaurants. They say you never get a second chance to make […]

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El Paisa Taco Truck

| April 22, 2007 | 4 Comments

I’m still in mourning for the afterhour taco stand that was once wedged in front of Taqueria Vallarta. Huddled outside, bundled against the night air and only slightly buzzed, I’ve enjoyed many a midnight snack. At first, I alternated my orders, enjoying beef and pork, grilled and fried, sausage and offal. Eventually, though, the tender […]

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