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The Last Abalone Feast
Lindsey J. Smith | July 23, 2018

Read more from the August 2018 Food Issue here.


Long before I
first sank my teeth into some perfectly tender...

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A New Cookbook Revives the Lost Art of Cooking for a Crowd
Luke Tsai | July 23, 2018

It is something of a cliché, especially during these turbulent times, to say that food brings people together. But it is also true, as the San Francisco–based cookbook...

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Best Chef Awards 2018
Scott Lucas, Jacqueline Quach, and Luke Tsai | July 20, 2018

Read more from the August 2018 Food Issue here.


There’s the pastry chef who doubles as an...

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The Food Issue 2018
San Francisco magazine | July 19, 2018

Where to Eat Now
From a Hayes Valley dig creating a remixed sushi menu fit for a king to a Zacatecan...

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SFO’s Latest Exhibit Is Art History’s Answer to the Cat Video
Sara Harrison | July 18, 2018

“I’m in touch with my inner kitten,” Sandy Lerner says. “If you want to call me a crazy cat lady, go right ahead.” We’ll opt for...

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Four New Restaurants We’re Crazy For
Josh Sens and Luke Tsai | July 16, 2018

Che Fico
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Do peasants really dine on bright and earthy salads of grilled chicken hearts and gizzards, tossed with pickles, peas, and olives, then napped in aioli...

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This Bakery Wants to Make the Baguette French Again
Luke Tsai | July 16, 2018

 

Iliana Berkowitz isn’t a fan of the sourdough baguette. Put more bluntly, the founder of the San Mateo–based As Kneaded Bakery...

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A New HBO Doc Goes Inside the Genius Mind of Robin Williams
Jessica Zack | July 13, 2018

 

Protean. Manic. A force of nature. People have tried to understand Robin Williams’s improvisational genius ever since he first...

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Skate the Rainbow
Erin Feher | July 13, 2018

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“I didn’t want anything to do with skateboarding. I...

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