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PENINSULA FOODIST

Feeling peckish? This ghost kitchen churns out fried chicken and churros

SSF Chickenbox restaurant becomes a Respectable Bird in South San Francisco by Sara Hayden A mammoth warehouse stands before me in South San Francisco....

Original post made by The Peninsula Foodist on Jul. 28, 2021
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Asian Farm Cuisine brings pad thai burritos and more to Redwood City

Tempura shrimp banh mi or kimchi spam udon: "Why not try something new and see where it goes?" by Sara Hayden Chef Sok Hor is cooking up old...

Original post made by The Peninsula Foodist on Jul. 28, 2021
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Michelin-starred chefs bring Korean & Taiwanese fare to State Street Market in Los Altos

Spicy pork belly bao and savory seolleongtang go to market by Sara Hayden

Original post made by The Peninsula Foodist on Jul. 22, 2021
Last comment by Quinten, on Jul 24, 2021 at 12:20 am |
1 comment | 13526 Views

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San Mateo County to legalize home cooking businesses

Start-up grants will be available for owners of small food businesses by Kate Bradshaw Home chefs in San Mateo County now have a path toward legally...

Original post made by The Peninsula Foodist on Jul. 22, 2021
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Eat well and save the planet: Palo Alto author publishes plant-forward recipe bible

by Angela Swartz Anne-Marie Bonneau's new book "The Zero-Waste Chef" offers a blueprint for...

Original post made by The Peninsula Foodist on Jul. 16, 2021
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One year later: Following up with 5 local Black restaurant owners after the turmoil of 2020

by Margot Seeto After BLM protests and COVID-19, Peninsula restaurateurs convey hopes, pivots and grand plans for the future. Keeping a food business...

Original post made by The Peninsula Foodist on Jul. 16, 2021
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Artistic appetite: Families create edible portraits in Second Sundays program

by Sara Hayden Stanford educators teach the ancient art of playing with your food Last weekend families were encouraged to not only play with their food,...

Original post made by The Peninsula Foodist on Jul. 16, 2021
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Flavored to the bone: The Mandarin in Menlo Park blends old and new to showcase pan-Asian cuisine

by Sara Hayden “Trust me….I eat a lot.” Owner Nee Lau keeps a slow and steady emphasis on quality above all else. The pandemic may...

Original post made by The Peninsula Foodist on Jul. 1, 2021
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Cheez(steak) Whiz: A Philly transplant's guide to the Peninsula's best cheesesteaks

by Zack Fernandes When I left Philadelphia six years ago, my first order of business on the Peninsula was to find proxies for each of the dining establishments...

Original post made by The Peninsula Foodist on Jun. 10, 2021
Last comment by Alison, on Jun 20, 2021 at 5:28 pm | 7 comments | 14633 Views

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Craft cocktails without pretension? Bar Zola says they have the recipe.

by Zack Fernandes Months after delays brought about by construction permit challenges and the COVID-19 pandemic, Bar Zola, the bar companion of French restaurant...

Original post made by The Peninsula Foodist on May. 25, 2021
Last comment by RL, on Jun 1, 2021 at 2:34 pm | 2 comments | 12043 Views

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Al Fresco eating: Peninsula cities debate post-pandemic outdoor dining

by Sarah Klearman In June of 2020, as it became clear how significantly California's restaurants were going to be impacted by the pandemic even after the...

Original post made by The Peninsula Foodist on May. 13, 2021
Last comment by Chris, on May 27, 2021 at 11:40 am | 14 comments | 11416 Views

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The Restaurant Week interviews: 7 questions for Michael Ekwall

by Sarah Klearman In an effort to provide diners more opportunities to support local restaurants as the Peninsula slowly reopens, Embarcadero Media's Peninsula...

Original post made by The Peninsula Foodist on May. 7, 2021
Last comment by Bystander, on May 15, 2021 at 8:30 am | 3 comments | 5728 Views

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The Fish Market to remain in Palo Alto despite sale of property to developer

by Sarah Klearman The Fish Market has no plans to depart from its Palo Alto location on El Camino Real, the company confirmed in the wake of the property's...

Original post made by The Peninsula Foodist on May. 5, 2021
Last comment by Resident 1-Adobe Meadows, on May 10, 2021 at 5:25 pm | 8 comments | 11113 Views

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The Restaurant Week interviews: 8 questions for Steven Yen of Bushido in Mountain View

by Sarah Klearman That restaurants have been hit particularly hard by pandemic-prompted economic fallout is no longer exactly breaking news. Nearly one...

Original post made by The Peninsula Foodist on Apr. 21, 2021
Last comment by MH, on Apr 22, 2021 at 10:09 am | 1 comment | 6050 Views

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116-year-old Half Moon Bay inn & deli damaged by fire

by Sarah Klearman The moment Chris Cheeseman stepped foot inside the San Benito House, he was sold. It was the early spring of 2018; downtown Half Moon...

Original post made by The Peninsula Foodist on Apr. 21, 2021
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A fond farewell from the Peninsula Foodist

I have some bittersweet news: This marks my farewell as the Peninsula Foodist. After putting out 47 Peninsula Foodist newsletters and eight years covering restaurants...

Original post made by Elena Kadvany on Apr. 9, 2021
Last comment by Jerry Underdal, on Apr 15, 2021 at 2:35 pm | 19 comments | 10484 Views

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Low and slow: New Mountain View pop-up to showcase small-batch, regional barbecue

In upstate New York, where Brandon Irwin grew up, the spiedie sandwich reigned supreme. The...

Original post made by Elena Kadvany on Mar. 30, 2021
Last comment by ChrisC, on Apr 8, 2021 at 7:04 pm | 3 comments | 10417 Views

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An obsession with English muffins spawns a new business: Skillet Bakery in Redwood City

Skillet Bakery, a new cottage food business in Redwood City, specializes in sourdough English muffins. Photo courtesy Frank Shanahan. During...

Original post made by Elena Kadvany on Apr. 2, 2021
Last comment by Joy Chase, on Apr 6, 2021 at 11:35 am | 2 comments | 13430 Views

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Palo Alto wine bar Vino Locale changes hands to customer-turned-owner

The owners of Vino Locale have sold the downtown Palo Alto wine bar to a customer with a passion for food and wine. Co-owners JC Andrade and Debra Szecsei will...

Original post made by Elena Kadvany on Mar. 26, 2021
Last comment by Julie O, on Apr 2, 2021 at 12:34 pm | 1 comment | 11418 Views

PENINSULA FOODIST

San Francisco's Humphry Slocombe to bring its inventive ice cream to Redwood City

San Francisco ice cream favorite Humphry Slocombe is coming to downtown Redwood City this fall. Humphry Slocombe will open its first Peninsula store at 2075 Broadway,...

Original post made by Elena Kadvany on Mar. 29, 2021
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