Monthly Archives: September 2010

Hitting The Books To Make Gelato

Look no further to discover the true craft of gelato. Bologna, Italy is home to the world’s very first university inspired by the art of making gelato.  And who knew that such art required so much diligence and bookwork? The … Continue reading

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Can It

The newest trend in the kitchen dates back to Granny’s era. Traditionally cast as a country, grandmother craft, canning is now recognized as the hottest method to capture seasonal produce at their peak to be savored all year long. Canning … Continue reading

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Report Cards Move To The Streets

Los Angeles food trucks may no longer be immune to the dreaded report card that ubiquitously grades restaurant and food industry establishments. If approved, health inspectors will classify the omnipresent street food vendors of Los Angeles- from taco trucks and … Continue reading

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Sunday Supper in the City- CUESA

This year’s celebrity chef lineup at the annual Sunday Supper fundraiser will be sure to wow foodies, winos and do-gooders alike. The event, hosted at the San Francisco Ferry Building on Sunday, October 3rd, is presented by the Center for Urban Education … Continue reading

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Olive Oil Gets Its Press

La Stampa, a national Italian newspaper, published a fascinating article today documenting the health benefits of antioxidants found in olive oil, namely polyphenols and oleuropein, which together are capable of stimulating cells growth that aid in the prevention of osteoporosis. … Continue reading

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Le matin French fix- Le Garage

The morning ambiance of Le Garage, Sausalito’s chic dockside French Bistro that literally extends outside an airy metal garage- seating 20 inside and another 20 on the outside patio along the sail-boat filled docks- blissfully combines Sausalito’s laid-back kayak-crowd with … Continue reading

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