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Lunch in a Box: Building a Better Bento, is written by 'Biggie' who I had the immense pleasure of spending an evening with just last week. Biggie lived in Japan for nine years and I can't think of a more entertaining and well suited person than her to translate the glory of Bento to the American market.
CSAbc's: Two moms, trying to feed their family sustainable food in a manner that they can maintain.
Profumo Profondo: Half Sillicon valley, half NYC, "profumo profondo della mia carne, the perfume of her meat", a phrase from Bill Burford, referring to the scent of a sausage-maker’s kitchen in Italy is, in Rachel and Claudia's minds, resonant of the deep, nonverbal connections that we make to food, and therefore seemed to be an appropriate name for a blog about food and cooking.
SkawtBlog: Wherein he makes a mess of the kitchen.
Chef Ann: Cooper is a renegade lunch lady. As director of nutrition services for the Berkeley Unified School District she works to transform cafeterias into culinary classrooms for students — one school lunch at a time.
OHC: Omnivore Herbivore Carnivore: Kyla is a writer and a cook. Born and raised in Canada and a PhD in literature, history and food studies from Stanford, she's written about culture and food for the San Francisco Chronicle, The Globe and Mail and many other publications. She's a former restaurant critic and food writer and part owner of two restaurants in the Caribbean.
Spice Dish: In which Erin started her blog to share her collection, her culinary experiments the (dorky) thrill she gets from all things food.
Dena's Recipes: Dena taught herself to cook several years ago, with the help of many cookbooks, many cooking shows, patient friends, and an even more patient husband.
Blog Appetit Does San Francisco: designed to make discovering the San Francisco Bay area more rewarding for visitors and locals alike.
Luisa Confidential: This really means nothing to me, but this blog advertises itself as "A blog to (ahem) celebrate the eccentricities and out-and-out weirdness of San Francisco's worst entrepreneur, Luisa Hanson." Maybe you know what they are talking about?
Vezeo: Ve - ze - o (veh-zee-oh) -noun
1. a passion for living well.
2. an online magazine focused on international dining and travel.
Based in beautiful San Francisco, Vezeo features articles about superior restaurants, hotels and resorts.
Vanessa Barrington: Articles, classes, and latest obsessions and interests in the world of food and sustainability. Recipes, food and restaurant finds, and random, interesting things and ideas that please her. Vanessa is currently writing a cookbook about heirloom beans, co-authored with Steve Sando of Rancho Gordo.
Feast: is by Carolyn Tillie, a modern-day Renaissance woman. She is an accomplished writer, jewelry and metal craftsman, and culinary artist. She even makes amazing jewellery from Rancho Gordo beans as well as writing a wine blog too.
In My Box: Is one customer's weekly exploration of the CSA box from Eatwell Farms. A simple record of what came in each box and what was done with the vegetables and fruit as well as as a place to log any disappointments, errors, special surprises and as a place to refer people who are curious about the Eatwell CSA box.
The Rosy Pescetarian: a musician/librarian who loves to own and care for herds of cats and who loves to cook for other people hopes to accumulate a list of healthy vegetarian recipes here, which may include several fish recipes. Hence, the pescetarian.
That should keep you all busy for a while... Enjoy!
PS: Today is my seven year anniversary of coming to live in America. And here I still am. Now, if only that green card would hurry up and materialise...
2006 | I am a Miserable Failure
2005 | Incanto
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