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Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Eat to the Beat: Eight Local Foodies Who Cook Outside the Kitchen

Posted By on Wed, Nov 18, 2009 at 9:56 AM

click to enlarge DJ Hubert Keller laying down the mise en place. - DEWEK12/FLICKR
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  • DJ Hubert Keller laying down the mise en place.
Who knew?

The crossover between Bay Area foodies and Bay Area DJs, pop legends, and lords of the tasty guitar solo is fierce -- witness Tamara Palmer's set list of gastro musicians at our sister entertainment blog, All Shook Down.

Turns out Hubert Keller and Pam the Funkstress have more in common than a love of hair products: They're both gastropreneurs. Read Palmer's sometimes surprising list here. You'll realize Papalote's Triple Threat burrito isn't just a reference to its likely effects on your GI system.

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