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Monday, February 1, 2010

What Would Brian Boitano Do? He'd Have a Weekend Street-Food Adventure!

Posted By on Mon, Feb 1, 2010 at 12:30 PM

click to enlarge Boitano chats with Adobo Hobo. - ADOBOHOBO.BLOGSPOT.COM
  • Boitano chats with Adobo Hobo.
As we hinted last week, Brian Boitano brought a Food Network crew to Precita Park on Sunday to sample the local street-food scene for an upcoming episode of What Would Brian Boitano Make? He snacked and chatted on camera with PizzaHacker, Magic Curry Kart, Smitten Ice Cream, and Crème Brûlée Cart, and apparently dug the Filipino eats of Adobo Hobo.

But what of Boitano's rumored cheese cart that was supposed to be in Union

Square on Saturday? SFoodie dutifully skated downtown to check it out,

but it never showed up during the predicted three-hour time window. We now hear it

is set to be rescheduled; we'll bring you details as they

arise. In the meantime, Crème Brûlée Man Curtis Kimball told us

Boitano's cart would be welcome amongst the local street-food

gatherings anytime.

"We would hope that he would have a form-fitting, sequin-laden outfit to go along with it," he added.

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