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Monday, April 26, 2010

Save the Date for SF Food Wars' Next Battle, May's One-Bite Amuse Brunch

Posted By on Mon, Apr 26, 2010 at 3:30 PM

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We're still recovering from the dizzying sugar high of the last SF Food Wars battle, but now we must prepare for the bacon avalanche that will inevitably ensue at the next contest, Amuse Brunch (brunch in a bite). In a blog post calling for competitors and alerting potential ticket buyers to next week's on-sale date, organizer Jeannie Choe certainly expects a lot of quail eggs to be used in this fight for Lilliputian supremacy, but also openly dreams of quail bacon.

As always, this blogger is the resident guest judge who's not averse to accepting good bribes from competitors. We also hope that people won't forget non-bacon brunch staples such as pastry dough and alcohol. Just sayin'. Details after the jump.

Event details:

SF Food Wars' Amuse Brunch

Date: Sun., May 16, noon-3 p.m.

Location: Thirsty Bear, 661 Howard (at Third St.), 974-0905

Cost: $15 (includes a Bloody Mary, mimosa, or craft beer)

Tickets: On sale at noon on Tues., May 4, on SF Food Wars site

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