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Dining, Eat Fresh Eats: Toast Deli's Sisig Surprise Is One (Good) Hot Mess

Fresh Eats: Toast Deli's Sisig Surprise Is One (Good) Hot Mess

Sisig, a drinking snack created in the 1970s, has become the dish that seems to define modern Filipino food in the Bay Area. I have seen fish, chicken, pork, tofu, and chickboy (chicken-pork) sisig on local menus, not to mention…
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Dining, Eat Fresh Eats

Fresh Eats

The New Lumpia Lumpia Shanghai are the Pringles of the Filipino-American buffet table. No Filipino party would be complete without somebody's tita (auntie) having made hundreds of the pork-filled, deep fried mini spring rolls — so many that you eat…
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Dining, SFoodie Photo: Way More Addictive Than Pringles

Photo: Way More Addictive Than Pringles

Once you pop, you can't stop. No, seriously. Follow us on Twitter at @sfoodie.…
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Calendar, Night&Day Look Out Below

Look Out Below

Last year, Lookout Records -- that little East Bay label with the big green (day) thumb -- celebrated its 10-year anniversary with a giddy, weekend-long, multivenue party featuring bands from its definitively plucky roster. A good many Lookout bands play…
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