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Grits, Fried Chicken and Gospel Brunch – Chef David Lawrence Discusses Life at “1300 on Fillmore”

Grits, Fried Chicken and Gospel Brunch – Chef David Lawrence Discusses Life at “1300 on Fillmore”

| May 10, 2013 | 0 Comments

Mary Ladd interviews Chef David Lawrence about his restaurant “1300 on Fillmore” which is known for fabulous grits, fried chicken and a lively Sunday Gospel brunch.

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Traditional Ethiopian Coffee Ceremony Brewed Up by Chef Marcus Samuelsson and Cafe Colucci at SF Chefs

Traditional Ethiopian Coffee Ceremony Brewed Up by Chef Marcus Samuelsson and Cafe Colucci at SF Chefs

| August 7, 2012 | 12 Comments

A traditional Ethiopian coffee ceremony was presented for SF Chefs by Chef Marcus Samuelsson and Fetlework Tefferi of Oakland’s Cafe Colucci. The bean roasting demo was followed by a brunch of Ethiopian specialties.

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SF Chefs Lets You Eat, Drink and Ogle Chefs and Their Goods

SF Chefs Lets You Eat, Drink and Ogle Chefs and Their Goods

| July 3, 2012 | 0 Comments

Mary Ladd reports on the history behind the SF Chefs food festival, which is celebrating its fourth year this summer with a bounty of dinners, tastings, classes, and cooking demos. SF Chefs is the brainchild of the Golden Gate Restaurant Association and celebrates our culinary community.

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SF Chefs 2011: Women Pioneer Chefs

SF Chefs 2011: Women Pioneer Chefs

Joyce Goldstein, Cecilia Chiang, and Nancy Oakes, three women who shaped the San Francisco restaurant scene come together to discuss the past and future of food at SF Chefs 2011.

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SF Chefs Goes Whole Hog

SF Chefs Goes Whole Hog

| August 14, 2010 | 0 Comments

Thursday’s SF Chefs Whole Hog seminar mixed savory porcine dishes with butchery and cooking demos. The event was geared toward restaurant professionals, and honed in on how chefs and restaurant owners can purchase and use an entire hog while making money.

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SF Chefs Hospitalitarianism Panel: Forget the Trays

SF Chefs Hospitalitarianism Panel: Forget the Trays

| August 13, 2010 | 2 Comments

At the Hospitalitarianism panel, the tablehopper’s Marcia Gagliardi chatted with Umberto Gibin (Perbacco, barbacco), Annie Stoll (Delfina), Giancarlo Paterlini (Acquerello), Nick Peyton (Cyrus) and Tim Stannard (Pizzeria Antica, Spruce, Cafe Des Amis). Stannard fielded one of the toughest questions, when Gagliardi asked him how he knows who will make it, who won’t, and how do you let people know.

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