Archive for May, 2010

Posted on May 27th, 2010 by by Jesse

Good Foods BBQ

I first met Dontaye Ball at the Underground Farmer’s Market a while back.  Once we setup a black-market exchange program of homebrew for BBQ, we both knew quickly we were going to get along just fine. Shortly there after, I was contacted by a television network, and invited to make a demo tape of me, […]

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Posted on May 25th, 2010 by by Jesse

Voodoo Doughnuts, Portland OR

With a prestigious local food blog award under my belt, it seems only fitting that my next few posts focus on… Portland!  Of course, it wasn’t planned that way, but I’m back from a long weekend in the rainy north, centered around beer, coffee, fried chicken and many many (oh so many) food carts.  Up […]

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Posted on May 19th, 2010 by by Jesse

SF Weekly Best Of

While perusing the winners of this year’s SF Weekly Best Of issue – I was shocked to discover that the winner of the best food blog is, well, me! It’s especially flattering since I’m listed along side some of my favorite places in town – such as NOPA, Flour + Water, Elizabeth Street Brewery, Speakeasy […]


Posted on May 11th, 2010 by by Jesse

Going to Belgium

This August, I’ll be embarking on an epic journey across Europe, with some time in Belgium dedicated to exploring the beers I love in their native land.   Being my first trip to Belgium, I thought I might reach out to you, loyal Beer & Nosh reader, for some advise: Where to go, what to […]


Posted on May 10th, 2010 by by Jesse

Dim Sum @ S&T Seafood

One of my favorite parts of living in San Francisco is the wholesale endorsement of Dim Sum as the meal for all occasions. In this case, we were lead by a particular mystery chef out to the Outer Sunset to S&T Seafood in the Sunset for chicken feet and other brunch treats.

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Posted on May 3rd, 2010 by by Jesse


Since opening, Contigo has quickly gone into heavy rotation.  Chef Brett Emerson delivers Spanish style meals, fully embracing the local farm to table ethos that is virtually required of San Francisco restaurants.  Plus, his well-sized, well-priced plates always allow for a wide variety of dishes  – perfect for the adventurous eater.  And with a Moonlight seasonal […]

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