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Tomatoes: An Addiction (Early Girl Tomato Sauce)

Tomatoes: An Addiction (Early Girl Tomato Sauce)

| September 21, 2010 | 0 Comments

I have a confession to make: I’ve been on a bit of a tomato bender.

I just can’t help it. They are just so irresistible. I’ve been popping cherry tomatoes like pills, sneaking slices and dices of heirlooms into every meal, and lusting after Early Girls. I recently came across this Mario Batali clip, and learned that there is a word for my ailment. The Italians call it Scorpacciata.

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Rosés for Summer

Rosés for Summer

While a good rosé is worth drinking any day of the year, there’s no denying that their strawberry hues and Jolly Rancher bouquets are best enhanced by long, sunshiny afternoons that postpone the twilight until deep in the evening. Sparkling or still, French or domestic, rose is summer’s prettiest and most versatile drink.

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Devouring Dogpatch: A Historic Neighborhood Comes Into its Own

Devouring Dogpatch: A Historic Neighborhood Comes Into its Own

| October 12, 2009 | 11 Comments

Men’s Journal recently dubbed it one of America’s best neighborhoods. The San Francisco Chapter of the Hells Angels is still there, and it may not be in your tourist guidebook. Nonetheless, the Dogpatch neighborhood is getting a lot of buzz lately.

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Pregnant Pause: Last Ditch Dines

Pregnant Pause: Last Ditch Dines

| April 29, 2009 | 5 Comments

Realistically, I don’t know how many we’ll get to but it’s always good to have goals, especially ones as tasty as these, so here you go, 12 Bay Area restaurants we want to hit before our late-June due date.

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