Archive for March, 2011

Posted on March 28th, 2011 by by Jesse

CBC 2011

This past weekend I attended the Craft Brewers Conference, hosted for the first time in San Francisco.  Media badge in hand, I enter the conference with a dual agenda. As a local beer and food blogger, I was excited to see how discussions on beer and food were being explored and pushed forward.  If these are […]

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Posted on March 21st, 2011 by by Jesse

Pig Breakdown with Hapa Ramen

Hapa Ramen is getting in on the whole animal game for their ramen and porky side dishes and add-ins.   If it’s can’t be made into it’s own dish, or rolled up in some indulgent charcuterie project, it ends up in the stock pot. “I’m NOT doing it for love of the whole animal, or […]

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Posted on March 16th, 2011 by by Jesse

Another Flour + Water Beer Dinner

  I have a pretty strict policy around here regarding press releases: I don’t like ’em, and I don’t run them on this blog.  But, for every rule there is an exception, and here is the one for this rule.  Hot off the heels of cooking an amazing beer dinner for Almanac, Flour + Water […]


Posted on March 9th, 2011 by by Jesse

Handmade Sodas + BBQ

This coming Saturday, I’ll be back at the New Taste Marketplace again, slinging homemade sodas along with a slew of other local vendors.  We’ll be at the usual spot on the corner of Mariposa and De Haro, across the street from the Anchor Brewery from noon till 5pm (or until I run out of soda.) […]


Posted on March 7th, 2011 by by Jesse

NYC Miscellaneous

It’s time to get back to focusing on San Francisco, so I’m just sticking the last few items from my trip to New York here in a big photo post. Includes Shake Shack, Lunch at Jean George, Brooklyn Brewery and Russ & Daughters.  Enjoy!

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Posted on March 2nd, 2011 by by Jesse

Fatty Cue, NYC

With SF Beer Week in the rear view mirror, I’m trying to get caught up on some blog posts.  I’ve still got a backlog of pictures from my January trip to New York City.  One of the Highlights: Fatty Cue in Williamsburg, specializing in southeastern style BBQ. After a brisk walk through a orthodox Jewish […]

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