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2/19/2016

  Koji doesn’t look like much—it’s just a fungus used to inoculate grains, soy beans, and potatoes to... More»

2/19/2016

  This story is part of the March feature "Why San Francisco’s Food Scene Is Truly, Madly, Deeply Obsessed with Japan... More»

2/17/2016

  Long famed for grape growing in Napa Valley, yet infrequently visited by tourists, Coombsville finally... More»

2/15/2016

  Seth Sundberg remembers the moment he read “Not for Human Consumption” printed on the side of a cardboard box... More»

2/8/2016

  3rd Cousin Bernal Heights At the brick-and-mortar... More»

2/5/2016

  In addition to giving us untold scores of Little Gem salads, farm-to-table dining has spawned its own distinct aesthetic, one burgeoning with... More»

2/3/2016

  Most people staring down a bowl of queso or a vat of wings reach instinctively for a beer or six. And while we love an ice-cold one as much... More»

2/1/2016

  Consign truffles and chocolate hearts to the amateurs. Love—or at least lust—is best expressed in molten liquid form. Not that... More»

1/29/2016

  Saturday night took me to Piedmont Avenue, and to a mostly excellent dinner at Ba-... More»

1/25/2016

  The Riptide is back—almost. Ever since the bar's ... More»

1/25/2016

  San Francisco’s burgeoning inventory of so-called hot restaurants isn’t lacking for attention: When Bon Appétit isn... More»

1/20/2016

  In Sonoma’s Alexander Valley, sandwiched between posh Healdsburg and pastoral Cloverdale, you’ll find quaint Geyserville. Known... More»