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Monday, February 15, 2010

Little Skillet Chef Out Earlier Than Planned

Posted By on Mon, Feb 15, 2010 at 10:35 AM

click to enlarge Ciscle had planned to depart the SOMA takeaway at the end of the month. - JEN SISKA
  • Jen Siska
  • Ciscle had planned to depart the SOMA takeaway at the end of the month.
Looks like Christian Ciscle's departure from Little Skillet is going to be a little earlier than originally planned ― like, now. Ciscle just tweeted the following: "Unemployed by littleskillet a little earlier than I had hoped, but at no surprise.Thanks for the memories-fam,friends,& customers!much love!"

When news of the chef's departure broke last Wednesday, Ciscle said he'd be bowing out at the end of February. On Thursday, Ciscle told us he couldn't offer many details about his split from the SOMA takeaway, except to say that he plans on staying in S.F. As for future projects, Ciscle hinted at his connections with the city's street-food vendors, but begged off divulging more.

On the Little Skillet front, it's unclear whether anyone will replace Ciscle, or if the current staff will carry on by itself. A call to Jay Foster has so far gone unanswered.

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