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Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Tuesday Eight: Mr. Holmes Bakehouse and Shinola Launch Cruffin

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click to enlarge Apart from utility poles, there is no sign that the Drake's Bay Oyster Company ever existed, barely a year after the National Park Service demolished it. - PAUL DALLY
  • Paul Dally
  • Apart from utility poles, there is no sign that the Drake's Bay Oyster Company ever existed, barely a year after the National Park Service demolished it.

Plus DOUGH & CO. "doughnates" proceeds from horchata cookies to La Cocina, the Eagle Plaza moves closer to realization, and a response to the Elle profile of the Moon Juice founder who eats all that weird shit.

  • Omar Mamoon

DOUGH & CO Partners With La Taqueria

Former SFoodie contributor Omar Mamoon's egg-less cookie company DOUGH & CO has collaborated with State Bird Provisions and Pizzeria Delfina to raise money for La Cocina, and this Friday, he'll be partnering with La Taqueria to do the same, with horchata cookies. All proceeds go to the non-profit organization (where Mamoon volunteers, and whose commissary kitchen he's been using for three years).
La Taqueria and DOUGH & CO, Friday, Feb. 12, 11 a.m. until they run out, 2889 Mission,

Mr. Holmes and Shinola Cola Cruffin Launch Party
Detroit artisans Shinola opened their first San Francisco shop (at 722 Montgomery Street) last week, and have buddied up Mr. Holmes Bakehouse to develop a brand-new pastry, the Shinola Cola cruffin and donut. On Thursday, Feb. 11 from 6-8 p.m., the store will host a launch party for the new treat (along with Fort Point Beer), and the cronut will be available at Mr. Holmes (1042 Larkin Street) all month long. RSVP on Mr. Holmes’ site, and Lent, schment!

The Eagle Plaza Creeps Closer Toward Reality
The block of 12th Street between Folsom and Harrison was never well-used by vehicular traffic, and the plans to redevelop it as a multi-use public space called Eagle Plaza (and turn the parking lot across the street from the Eagle Tavern into a seven-story residential building) are moving forward. Socketsite has the details, including cafe seating, food trucks, an expanded porch coming off the Eagle's existing patio, and a "shady planted sidewalk." I can vouch for its shadiness.

Hi I became obsessed with amanda chantal bacon the inventor of moon juice and what she eats in a day because of this article i made a video to exorcise it, enjoy or be appalled or both either way thanks love you

Posted by Jarrett Sleeper on Saturday, February 6, 2016

A Response to Moon Juice Founder Amanda Chantal Bacon's Diet Of Expensive, Obscure Things
The other day, Elle profiled Amanda Chantal Bacon, the founder of Moon Juice, who subsists upon such healthier-than-thou items as heirloom raw cacao and Chaga mushrooms, and also "ferment[s] big batches of coconut yogurt and make[s] big batches of raw chocolate spiked with maca and any other medicinal herb I'm focusing on." Naturally, the internet was quick to respond: Jarrett Sleeper's parody video notes that the cost totals over $1,200.

Red Lobster Tweets!
Ain't that just something?

The Dunkin' Donuts Primary
You know that Dunkin' Donuts is coming to the Bay Area pretty soon, right? Did you also know that in Massachusetts and some other parts of New England, its hold on the popular imagination is so intense that Starbucks had trouble finding a niche? looks at how much the campaigns are running on Dunkin', and surprise! Hillary Clinton comes out on top pretty much across the board. (The former Secretary of State didn't spend a penny at Starbucks, however.)

Florida Man Hurts 3 1/2-Foot Alligator Into Wendy's
This sure went viral overnight. Florida, the state where people try to trade alligators for beer, tie 12-foot gators to trees behind apartments, and pray to an alligator god after throwing a head into the Everglades, is now where a guy lobbed a female alligator into a Wendy's in fancy-schmancy town of Jupiter, Fla. 

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Peter Lawrence Kane

Peter Lawrence Kane is SF Weekly's Arts Editor. He has lived in San Francisco since 2008 and is two-thirds the way toward his goal of visiting all 59 national parks.


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