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Friday, July 10, 2009

Dude, You Got Kimchi Juice on Your Face: The Week in SFoodie

Posted By on Fri, Jul 10, 2009 at 4:00 PM

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• It was a week devoted to plush, unabashedly drippy eats, the kind that glaze your chin and call for extra stacks of paper napkins. SFoodie's Tamara Palmer kicked it off with five dishes spawned in the nation's double-wides.

• Mary Ladd hoisted a double-meat charmer at a place beloved by the hammered of Valencia, though the details might be fuzzy next morning.

• Soaring, sprawling Horatius busted out the Portuguese home-style in a space packed with glittery gourmet swag.

SF Weekly food critic Meredith Brody rocked an anorak to brave the Outer Sunset fog; good thing Outerlands was there to revive her with soup and an open-face.

• We lined up behind Town Hall for a take-away cluster of lush baby backs and an even lusher hot link from its summer BBQ concept. Our cuticles are still orange from the experience.

• And finally, Ryan Farr set us up with a Dogzilla, a wiener heaped with kimchi and pork rinds in a twisted take on the chili dog -- fitting topper for a week in SFoodie that left us fishing out our fat jeans from back of the closet. We're not complaining.

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