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Thursday, December 4, 2008

Jeremy Fish Cooks with Chef Chris Cosentino

Posted By on Thu, Dec 4, 2008 at 1:46 PM

Jeremy Fish's long-awaited Ghosts of the Barbary Coast opens tonight at Fifty24SF Gallery. His latest collection of works is his own personal love letter to the history of San Francisco. In celebration of the new exhibit, Chef Chris Cosentino recently invited Fish to his restaurant, Incanto, to prepare an old-timey SF delicacy known as Barbary Coast Rabbit. View the rest of Fish and Cosentino's food prep over at Juxtapoz, then head out to 252 Fillmore St. tonight for the premiere. --Oscar Pascual

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