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Dining, SFoodie The Year in Food: Street Food Gets Serious

The Year in Food: Street Food Gets Serious

What burst onto the scene in 2009 as an underemployed construction worker in a toque taking a propane torch to home-baked custards turned to serious business…
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Dining, SFoodie We'd Totally Buy Lunch from a Truck Called 'Long Duk Dong Bao'

We'd Totally Buy Lunch from a Truck Called 'Long Duk Dong Bao'

Our favorite morsel from the blogs. Baby-faced BaoHaus owner Eddie Huang shows up calmer on tape than he does on blog. Today the New York restaurateur tells The Feast's Tamara Palmer why it still rankles that Mobi Munch walked away…
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New York Restaurant Owner Trademarks 'Chairman Bao,' Tells S.F. Truck to Change Its Name

Uh-oh. First the Chairman Bao truck loses its starting chef/operator Eric Rud. Now the New York restaurant owner accusing the S.F. food truck of stealing the name has succeeded in obtaining a trademark for it. Eddie Haung, owner of…
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Dining, SFoodie Chef of Chairman Bao Leaves to Start His Own Mobile Food Biz, Eat Curbside

Chef of Chairman Bao Leaves to Start His Own Mobile Food Biz, Eat Curbside

The chef of the Chairman Bao food truck has pulled out of the garage. Eric Rud has resigned from the three-month-old mobile food business, conceived and managed by Mobi Munch, to go indy. Rud's final day with Chairman Bao was…
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Dining, SFoodie Pineapple Salted Caramel, a Quirky Treat from the Controversial Chairman Bao

Pineapple Salted Caramel, a Quirky Treat from the Controversial Chairman Bao

New food truck Chairman Bao has been mired in controversy since it debuted a few weeks ago. It's been under fire for operating under the name of a New York City restaurant owner's signature menu item, and now, the New…
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Dining, SFoodie Chairman Bao Throwdown Is <em>On</em>; Le Truc to Host Pissed-Off Baohaus NYC Owner

Chairman Bao Throwdown Is On; Le Truc to Host Pissed-Off Baohaus NYC Owner

Eater SF reported Tuesday that pissed-off Manhattan baoman Eddie Huang was proposing a throwdown with Chairman Bao, the Mobi Munch-operated S.F. truck Huang had accused of name poaching. It looks like that'll happen on or around Labor Day. In the…
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Dining, SFoodie Mobi Munch: The Rise of Corporate Street Food in S.F.?

Mobi Munch: The Rise of Corporate Street Food in S.F.?

Last week in both SF Weekly and on SFoodie, Jonathan Kauffman dedicated a lot of keystrokes to stories examining the ways San Francisco's nouveau street-food scene has changed, a year after busting out in the Mission. Yesterday's official Sunday Streets…
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Dining, SFoodie Charlie Trotter Has No Connection to Chairman Bao. Now Who's Gonna Tell Eddie Huang?

Charlie Trotter Has No Connection to Chairman Bao. Now Who's Gonna Tell Eddie Huang?

In the food fight surrounding the launch of mobile vendor Chairman Bao, one thing had us scratching our head. On Wednesday, email newsletter Urban Daddy suggested a connection between Chairman Bao's managing company Mobi Munch and Chicago superchef Charlie…
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