First, full disclosure: I am cooking up this brunch at a pop-up event sponsored by Feastly this coming Sunday, May 3rd in The Mission, so for those of you who were just waiting for a chance to taste my food, this is it!. There will be a tortilla-making class first, starting at 10 a.m, then … Continue reading Sangrita, Verdita and the Casa Noble Tequila Ritual: catch them all this Sunday at Feastly’s Cinco de Mayo Brunch!
PLEASE NOTE, THIS EVENT HAS PASSED. CHECK BACK FOR UPCOMING EVENTS, OR BETTER YET, FOLLOW ME! Those of you who follow me know I don’t usually use my blog to toot my own horn, in fact, I rarely write in the first person. But next week is kinda special, as I will be appearing in … Continue reading I will be making a personal appearance at Dandelion Chocolates: Cooking Demo and Book Signing
I had been trying to get in to Wise Sons since they moved into the Mission (on 24th at Shotwell) over 2 months ago, from their pop-up location. As a transplanted New York Jew, when I discovered them, I was instantly transported, so imagine my excitement when I saw they were moving into my Mission! … Continue reading At last: Wise Sons Jewish Deli
Last year at this time, I had the privilege of interviewing el chef guapo, Aaron Sanchez. While he’s neither a Mission neighbor, nor has a restaurant in here (I wish!), its my blog, so I guess I can write what I want to (unlike my column in the examiner.com– my editors get mad if I … Continue reading Cinco de Mayo special: Interview with Aaron Sanchez; his tortilla soup recipe
Update: Andalu recently created a new site that lets customers order online with their desktop or smartphone. It’s an exciting addition to the restaurant, access this via their new website (http://www.andalu.org) For my full review of Andalu, follow this link. Here’s what they have going on this weekend, and next week! For Cinco de Mayo, … Continue reading This just in from Andalu
The good weather is here, and so is the return of First Fridays, a nationwide small and local business support movement that caught on in San Francisco last summer, guess where: in el corazón of the Mission: lower 24th Street. According the the Mission Community Council “First Fridays festivities are hosted by multiple cities across the nation to showcase … Continue reading Friday night food crawl along 24th St. in the Mission- this week!