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Monday, June 29, 2009

Doggy Bag: Today's Odds and Ends

Posted By on Mon, Jun 29, 2009 at 6:04 PM

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Our favorite morsels from the food blogs and beyond.

Dishy: Cooking with the Single Guy showed up at Saturday's queer chef demo at Macy's, and has the pics to prove it. Turns out the dish that really got the blogger's mouth watering wasn't stacked up on a bed of baby greens and drizzled with hollandaise, but was Taste Catering's Turkish-born exec pastry chef Yigit (pronounced yeet) Pura. On second thought, seems like Single wouldn't mind seeing Pura stacked up on a bed of baby greens and drizzled with hollandaise.

Yes, more cheap beer, please: At 7X7, Jordan Mackay ponders 2009's status as The Year of Beer in S.F., offering up his own suds-soaked wish list: I'd like to see the beer pairing trend spread -- more people need to understand how well beer can go with everything from Caesar salad to braised short ribs to chocolate cake. And I'd like to see decent beer become a little more affordable -- prices seem to be climbing at the stores, as it's hard to find good local beers at less than $9 a six-pack these days. We'll hoist a frosty one to that.

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