It’s Sunday. And raining. And unless George Clooney called me up for a date, nothing could get me out of this house, including leaving the comfort of my bed for much-needed groceries.
So, I’m left with rummaging through a relatively-empty refrigerator looking for anything that might sustain me. Spicy mustard and mayo on a warmed up tortilla? Hmmm not so appealing. Luckily, our veggie box came a couple of days ago and there were 2 beautiful beets calling my name…Continue Reading
Tags: beets, Recipes, salad, vegetables
My never-ending quest to find an Italian restaurant comparable to Delfina finally led me to the entrance of Perbacco (read: a very nice gentleman finally offered to take me there) – one of Bauer’s 100 best of the bay, and generally known to have a reputation for delicious, sophisticated Italian in the City. Equipped with 7×7’s “Big Eat SF” list (not to mention an appetite big enough to eat the world), and having researched their signature dishes, I was ready to tackle Perbacco head-on.
Tags: 100 best of the bay, financial district, italian food, italian restaurant
With the holiday season in full swing, the time finally came for me to break out an hors d’oeuvre from the “Kelsey’s Classics” collection – salmon rolls…
Tags: hors d'oeuvres, Recipes, seafood
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“In the heart of downtown San Francisco, Michael Mina boasts one of the most reputable menus in the city. Under the innovative direction of owner Michael Mina, this restaurant takes California Cuisine to level of “Haute Couture.”…
Tags: 100 best of the bay, michael mina, Michelin-rated restaurant
I’m scared of Gregoire. Why? Because I’m scared I’m going to eat 5000 little potato puffs before I get out the door and explode. It actually happened once, and it could happen again. You have to be careful with those little balls of heaven – they’re addicting. I heard they started making a potato puff patch, the PPP, that you can stick on your arm for those who can’t control themselves and need something to help them curve their cravings…
Tags: berkeley, french food, french restaurant, gourmet ghetto, potato, takeout