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Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Ragazza Boxes It Up, Papalote Savors the Taste of Victory ― Again

Posted By on Tue, Nov 2, 2010 at 10:22 AM

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The past 24 hours in gossip, innuendo, and cold hard facts about the San Francisco restaurant scene.

You know how old recipe books you don't really cook from anymore become dust collecters on the shelves, or languish, their covers curling, on the floor next to the nightstand? Well, Inside Scoop reports that the Chronicle's Food and Wine department has found a novel way to get rid of its cases of The San Francisco Chronicle Cookbook from 1997.

Haighteration's Andrew D. gets the scoop on Ragazza's new to-go menu, plus Three Twins' orange-and-black(ish) Giants tribute ice cream we missed last week. Come on, now, be honest: Was it planned as a Halloween ice cream before this whole World Series thing took off?

And because victory ― even if it plays out like it's been totally scripted ― is sweet as a strawberry agua fresca from the bottom of the jar, Mission Mission drops the Hulu link to the Season 7 Bobby Flay-Papalote Throwdown that tore up Food Network last February. Well, roughed it up a bit.

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