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Friday, November 20, 2009

SF Weekly's Next Food Critic Plans to Wear Out His Muni Fast Pass

Posted By on Fri, Nov 20, 2009 at 1:32 PM

Somewhere out there lurks an amazing bowl of pho. - P200ERIC
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  • Somewhere out there lurks an amazing bowl of pho.
Adam Martin of Grub Street SF grabs phone time with Jonathan Kauffman -- starting in January, SF Weekly's new food critic and SFoodie blogger -- and gives pretty much anyone who loves finding authentic food in the Bay Area something to look forward to in the New Year. The differences between covering food in the Great Northwest (Kauffman's been writing for Seattle Weekly since 2006) and covering food in S.F.? Kauffman: "The way San Franciscans eat is very broad, and there are a lot of San Franciscos as well. There are a lot of neighborhoods and cuisines that don't get covered enough in media." Read the As to all of Martin's Qs here. And prepare yourself for a 2010 spent wallowing in food that doesn't somehow involve a pizza crust, and isn't served up within an olive pit's expectoration of Valencia Street.

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