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PENINSULA FOODIST

Neighbors feeding neighbors: Rebyl Food connects Coastside community

By Sara Hayden ==I Rebyl Food provides fruits and vegetables, specialty foods from home cooks and other goods that Coastside customers...

Original post made by The Peninsula Foodist on Jan. 12, 2022
Last comment by Asa Goldman, on Jan 16, 2022 at 11:15 am | 4 comments | 4763 Views

A NEW SHADE OF GREEN

The difficult calculation where math and humanity intersect

The US government may not levy a carbon tax yet, but for more than ten years our government has calculated a price for carbon emissions and used it to craft policies....

Original post made by Sherry Listgarten on Jan. 9, 2022
Last comment by Sherry Listgarten, on Jan 13, 2022 at 1:15 pm | 14 comments | 8413 Views

PENINSULA FOODIST

15 Peninsula sandwiches we’re craving now

By Sara Hayden We enjoy a good sandwich as a perfectly self-contained, hand-held meal or a decadent indulgence accompanied by a stack of napkins. These...

Original post made by The Peninsula Foodist on Jan. 7, 2022
Last comment by AdjunctProfessorville, on Jan 12, 2022 at 7:35 pm | 20 comments | 7969 Views

A NEW SHADE OF GREEN

Is California engaging in wishful thinking or rigorous planning?

Two weeks ago, a comment on this blog

Original post made by Sherry Listgarten on Nov. 28, 2021
Last comment by Peter Converse, on Jan 12, 2022 at 7:33 pm |
14 comments | 12873 Views

AN ALTERNATIVE VIEW

Big changes needed in Palo Alto -- including spending control

For your consideration, Palo Altans: We need a change in the way this city is governed. Given our gigantic city budget, our thousand-plus employees and the increasing...

Original post made by Diana Diamond on Jan. 4, 2022
Last comment by Paul Withrow, on Jan 8, 2022 at 2:19 pm | 12 comments | 5141 Views

THE FOOD PARTY!

Dry January 2022 Begins

And so begins the story of a woman slowly losing her mind..... But not for what you may think. Last year, Dry January brought me back to my...

Original post made by Laura Stec on Jan. 3, 2022
Last comment by James Goodwin, on Jan 6, 2022 at 12:16 pm | 8 comments | 4674 Views

COUPLE'S NET

Tips for Couples Working from Home

Here are a few reasons it’s challenging to work at home with your significant other at home: 1. Your partner is busy with work 8-10 hours a day, even though...

Original post made by Chandrama Anderson on Dec. 31, 2021
Last comment by Fergus15, on Jan 6, 2022 at 12:38 am | 3 comments | 7908 Views

A NEW SHADE OF GREEN

Should we change how we think about change?

Happy New Year everyone! Or at least A Less Calamitous New Year. Good grief. I’ll let Colorado’s State Senate Majority Leader have the last word on 2021...

Original post made by Sherry Listgarten on Jan. 2, 2022
Last comment by Native to the BAY, on Jan 5, 2022 at 11:54 am | 14 comments | 7129 Views

PENINSULA FOODIST

7 predictions about the future of dining on the Peninsula in 2022

By Sara Hayden It's Friday evening in Menlo Park. Bells are ringing, marking 5 o'clock at a church just down the road. At Flea...

Original post made by The Peninsula Foodist on Dec. 29, 2021
Last comment by Mindy Callen, on Jan 3, 2022 at 2:59 pm |
8 comments | 10041 Views

THE FOOD PARTY!

Dry January Meets The Food Party!

Happy New Year Food Partiers! I hope you’re awash in good food and drink, celebrating the art of the dinner party with friends, and enjoying a personal feeling...

Original post made by Laura Stec on Dec. 27, 2021
Last comment by Robert Tyree, on Jan 3, 2022 at 10:58 am | 26 comments | 6129 Views

COUPLE'S NET

Grief and the Holidays

Editor's Note: I originally posted this in 2013. Due to the 73,000 people who have read it, I think it's worth sharing again, especially after over 5.34 million...

Original post made by Chandrama Anderson on Dec. 17, 2021
Last comment by NanaDi, on Dec 27, 2021 at 11:40 am | 6 comments | 10611 Views

AN ALTERNATIVE VIEW

Problems within the Palo Alto Police Department

The lack of transparency in the Palo Alto Police Department is increasing month by month, now in a worrisome way. For the past two-plus years, the city council...

Original post made by Diana Diamond on Dec. 19, 2021
Last comment by Diana Diamond, on Dec 26, 2021 at 1:03 pm | 33 comments | 10208 Views

A NEW SHADE OF GREEN

The most effective donations to combat global warming

I am not able to post for the next few weeks, but I want to call your attention to Robinson Meyer's newsletter "The Weekly Planet" for The Atlantic, and in particular...

Original post made by Sherry Listgarten on Dec. 15, 2021
Last comment by Annette, on Dec 20, 2021 at 2:11 pm | 5 comments | 5776 Views

PENINSULA FOODIST

From the heart of the house: Flea Street team shares favorite winter garden recipes

By Sara Hayden and Karla Kane Dig into mashed potatoes with garden-fresh chives and chard ricotta cannelloni. ==I Garden-grown arugula....

Original post made by The Peninsula Foodist on Dec. 15, 2021
Last comment by Jan Buck, on Dec 16, 2021 at 5:54 pm | 2 comments | 7631 Views

PENINSULA FOODIST

Daly City honors Keith's Chicken-N-Waffles and The Bread Basket Bakery as businesses of the year

By Sara Hayden Two Daly City eateries received the 2021 Mayor's Business of the Year awards on Monday. Former mayor and current council member Juslyn...

Original post made by The Peninsula Foodist on Dec. 15, 2021
There are no comments yet. 5072 Views

AN ALTERNATIVE VIEW

Man-up about stressing-out

Thanksgiving week was so stressful, wasn't it?" my white-haired elderly neighbor said as she waked by my driveway. "I just came back from Safeway and I could feel...

Original post made by Diana Diamond on Dec. 8, 2021
Last comment by Judy Lange, on Dec 15, 2021 at 12:39 pm | 28 comments | 5404 Views

COUPLE'S NET

Who can you not live without?

Shall you marry someone you can’t live without? Yes, and yet it’s a hairy topic. What I mean by that is if you are in a healthy secure relationship,...

Original post made by Chandrama Anderson on Dec. 10, 2021
Last comment by AMRW, on Dec 10, 2021 at 8:40 pm | 3 comments | 8519 Views

PENINSULA FOODIST

Early bird: Keith's Chicken-N-Waffles to open restaurants with country-style breakfast

By Sara Hayden Keith's Chicken-N-Waffles is taking flight. In January 2022, founder and owner Keith Richardson plans to expand beyond Daly City and open...

Original post made by The Peninsula Foodist on Dec. 10, 2021
There are no comments yet. 8445 Views

PENINSULA FOODIST

Robots and conveyor belts: Jacky Li talks kitchen tech at Roger Bar and Restaurant

By Sara Hayden "Right now, Servi is more of a Bus-i, I guess you could say." Food and beverages director Jacky Li is talking about the smooth-moving...

Original post made by The Peninsula Foodist on Dec. 8, 2021
Last comment by jhskrh, on Dec 10, 2021 at 7:09 am | 5 comments | 6954 Views

AN ALTERNATIVE VIEW

Please prioritize saving Palo Alto's emptying downtown

Once again, Palo Alto residents are being asked to submit a list of their priorities for the city council to tackle in the upcoming 2022 year. The council has...

Original post made by Diana Diamond on Dec. 3, 2021
Last comment by Jamie Long, on Dec 9, 2021 at 12:21 pm | 50 comments | 8478 Views
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