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Dining, SFoodie SFoodie's 2012 Countdown of Our 50 Favorite Dishes Begins Tomorrow

SFoodie's 2012 Countdown of Our 50 Favorite Dishes Begins Tomorrow

Seeing as how the annotated list is the defining form of writing in the 21st century, SFoodie is set to unveil our chef d'oeuvre: That's right, SFoodie's third annual list of our 50 favorite dishes in San Francisco begins tomorrow.…
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Dining, SFoodie No. 2: Yuba from Hodo Soy Beanery

No. 2: Yuba from Hodo Soy Beanery

Quick, name three of the Bay Area's iconic foods: local Dungeness, naturally; levain raised by ambient yeasts, to be sure; but tofu skins? No way.…
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Dining, SFoodie No. 4: Beef Stew from Il Cane Rosso

No. 4: Beef Stew from Il Cane Rosso

What's known around here as Cal cuisine, the meridional French/pan-Italian hybrid that emerged in the 1980s as Northern California's regional style, has taken its…
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Dining, SFoodie No. 5: Mushroom Soufflé at Cafe Jacqueline

No. 5: Mushroom Soufflé at Cafe Jacqueline

The reason that Cafe Jacqueline still shows up in most-romantic-restaurant lists isn't the fact that Jacqueline Margulis makes each of the savory and sweet soufflés…
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Dining, SFoodie No. 6: Atomica Pizza at Gialina

No. 6: Atomica Pizza at Gialina

No one makes a pizza crust like Sharon Ardiana. Glossy and golden, the rolling swell of the lip barely tamed by the pizzaiolo, the crust…
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Dining, SFoodie No. 7: Aunt Malai's Lao Sausage Sandwich at Pal's Takeaway

No. 7: Aunt Malai's Lao Sausage Sandwich at Pal's Takeaway

Jeff Mason layers a sandwich the way a curator hangs a gallery, with an eye for the vivid, the finely rendered, or the quietly spectacular.…
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Dining, SFoodie No. 8: Pork Skewers at Halu

No. 8: Pork Skewers at Halu

Most studio apartments are bigger than Shigemi and Mimi Komiyama's tiny, personal restaurant, and signs of Shigemi's adoration of the Beatles are everywhere -- the…
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Dining, SFoodie No. 9: Pistachio-Chocolate Landscape at Atelier Crenn

No. 9: Pistachio-Chocolate Landscape at Atelier Crenn

Much of the food at Atelier Crenn, Dominique Crenn's laboratory/gallery/restaurant, is designed to be contemplated, a visual interpretation of the season. Baby vegetables are arranged…
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Dining, SFoodie No. 10: Oboro Tofu at Eiji

No. 10: Oboro Tofu at Eiji

Dressed in a simple tunic, her hair neatly pulled back under a modest fabric cap, the waitress at Eiji reaches above her head and…
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Dining, SFoodie No. 11: Chicken Milanesa Torta at Boos Voni

No. 11: Chicken Milanesa Torta at Boos Voni

​How big should a torta be? Should it fit in the palm of your hand, the bread griddled in spoonfuls of oil, the fillings…
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Dining, SFoodie No. 12: Stuffed Apricots at Pera

No. 12: Stuffed Apricots at Pera

​Look, we like dessert as much as the next guy. You can tempt us with a slab of something intensely chocolaty, ice cream with quirky flavors, and even, occasionally, the requisite panna cotta or crème brûlée. But sometimes we just…
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Dining, SFoodie No. 14: Adesso's Lonza

No. 14: Adesso's Lonza

Good charcuterie is an act of transcendence, a narrative of redemption for an animal's grosser parts, including ― maybe especially ― its fat. It's a narrative that…
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Dining, SFoodie No. 19: Chocolate Babka French Toast at Wise Sons Delicatessen

No. 19: Chocolate Babka French Toast at Wise Sons Delicatessen

​Chocolate babka had its fifteen minutes of fame in a 1994 Seinfeld episode. Jerry and Elaine hoped to bring one to an affair, but had it snagged from under their noses by rival party-goers. Per Jerry's urging, Elaine agreed to…
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Dining, SFoodie No. 24: Recchiuti's Caramels to the Third Power

No. 24: Recchiuti's Caramels to the Third Power

If Schoolhouse Rock! taught us anything, it's that great things come in threes: Stooges, meals, and amigos. And where would we be without the…
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Dining, SFoodie No. 25: Salt-and-Pepper Crab at Kam Lok

No. 25: Salt-and-Pepper Crab at Kam Lok

If you look hard enough you'll find Kam Lok halfway down Washington Street's steepest stretch, then down another flight of stairs. Like most…
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Dining, SFoodie No. 26: Nopa's Mussels with Harissa

No. 26: Nopa's Mussels with Harissa

Mussels are tricky. Overwhelm them with strong flavors and you strangle them. Leave them alone ― steam them open simply with a little chicken…
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Dining, SFoodie No. 27: Fava Greens from Tairwa'-Knoll Farms

No. 27: Fava Greens from Tairwa'-Knoll Farms

As the winter rains fade and the sun finally shines on the city's farmers' markets, perhaps the last thing you want to fill your…
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Dining, SFoodie No. 28: Dollar Oysters at Bar Crudo

No. 28: Dollar Oysters at Bar Crudo

An oyster is a self-contained feast, and with a sturdy knife and a bit of practice, easy enough to prepare. You buy the oysters…
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Dining, SFoodie Maps, Maps, Maps: This Week in Food Bloggery

Maps, Maps, Maps: This Week in Food Bloggery

Five SFoodie highlights from this week:1. Sean Timberlake just updated the map of San Francisco farmers' markets that Jun Belen created last year. Then he came up with a schedule of markets, listed by day of the week. This is…
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Dining, SFoodie No. 29: Lap Cheong from Mow Lee and Co.

No. 29: Lap Cheong from Mow Lee and Co.

In 1856 ― before the Civil War, before California became a state, before the signing of the Chinese Exclusion Act, before the advent of…
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