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Hiero Day – Sept. 2nd, 2013 – Oakland, CA.

Hiero Day is an annual block party in Oakland– that commemorates, promotes, and showcases the Bay Area’s unique and diverse music culture. The legendary Hieroglyphics and other special guests will be performing live, at the free and all-ages event. This year Hiero Day will take […]

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49th Street Alley – Temescal, Oakland

There’s a dope, little alley way in my neighborhood of Oakland. There, you will find a coffee bar, a gourmet doughnut spot, a barber shop, and boutiques filled with jewelry, clothing, and furniture– all made by local designers. If you’re ever in the area want […]

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Coffee-holic Anonymous – Beware of Seattle

Me: Hi [sigh]. My name is Outhorn (oo-ton). Coffee Anonymous Group: Hi Outhorn! Me: And I am?I am? Effing out of here because I love being addicted to coffee!!!  [End Scene] Okay, that was a cheesy example to put my coffee bliss affair into context. […]

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LloydMartin Restaurant – Seattle, WA: Dark and witty never tasted so good…

Life according to Anthony Bourdain (writer, chef, traveler, and Travel Channel personality), we should not eat at a self-titled restaurant named after it’s owner/chef. He also fanatically says do not eat at restaurants if the restroom is not clean and maintained. These are indications of […]

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King of Street Food: PDX Food Carts

Portland, OR – aka Rose City, Rip City, PDX – where fixed geared cyclist ride rampant with their hipster outfits (vintage style groomed mustaches, flannels, and tight skinny jeans ? butt cracks included).  But the truth about Portland’s identity is bifurcated. Two of the major […]

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How to Cook a Wolf – Ethan Stowell Restaurants

Tucked in the heart of the uptown neighborhood of Queen Anne in Seattle, WA - How to Cook a Wolf can be easily missed if you don’t pay close attention to its small and inconspicuous curb appeal. The M.F.K. Fisher novel inspired restaurant is more than meets […]

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A Saturday in San Francisco Mission District!

With the summer heading towards its end, San Francisco is always ready to amaze the next person. Last Saturday we took Bart into the mission, for the La Cocina 3rd Annual SF Street Food Festival. We decided to utilize Bart for 3 reasons: 1)Metered parking, […]

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Meet Sheila Salenga

Meet our newest member, Sheila Salenga! Sheila was breeded, seeded, born, and raised in San Francisco. She considers herself to be a music junkie, connoisseur of good food, budget fashionista, art/photography addict, and a student of culture. Oh, and not to mention, an SF Giants […]

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SF Street Food Festival 2011

“The belly rules the mind.“.  -Spanish Proverb The 3rd annual SF Street Food Festival devoured the Mission District, of San Francisco, like a fat kid on a CrunchBar. [....Pun intended]. It was crackin’  at Folsom St.: from 22nd to 26th, 23rd to 25th, and from […]

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Cookin’ with SAUCE : Paupiette of Sea Bass with Barolo Sauce

BASICALLY, its Sea Bass wrapped in thinly sliced potato, crisped up nicely, on a oh so buttery and satiating bed of buttered leeks with a sexy red wine SAUCE…yea baby….yea…*Try saying this out loud in your best Barry White voice…R.I.P.* Now some of you pro cooks […]

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Nhà Tôi (pronounced “nya-ttoi”)

In my ever enduring journey to always know where the nearby Vietnamese restaurant is, I was blessed to come across this small gem in Williamsburg, Nhà Tôi. Usually I start off by just searching for soup to cure the usual ailments from last nights madness, […]