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5 Cravings, from Winter Salad to Tostadas

Schuyler Bailey is hungry. Here are her cravings this week.

2015 Hot 20: Chef Gabriela Cámara, Mexican Culinary Ambassador to SF

If there’s one city that tops most travel wish lists these days, its Mexico City—the capital of our southern neighbor is undeniably on the lips of every tastemaker for its hot-as-fire food scene, among other things. And when one talks of Mexico City, Gabriela Cámara’s name is sure to come up.

4 Ways to Spice Up Your Drink this Holiday Season

Raise a glass to clever boozy spins on celebrating the season.

Go Behind the Scenes for a Taste at Bayview's San Francisco Mead Company

If you happen to arrive by mistake at the dead end of Shafter Avenue in Bayview, consider parking. Here you'll find the little-known warehouse headquarters of San Francisco Mead Company, where a husband-wife duo is brewing one of the world's oldest libations by the thousands of gallons-full.

Meet the Team of Women Distillers Making Whiskey in Sonoma

Spirit Works, Sonoma's grain-to-glass distillery known for their classic gins and vodka, has officially added whiskey to its repertoire. 

Drink Here Now: Christmas, Criminals, and Time Travel

Alcohol is the liquid version of Photoshop.

Secret Recipe: Three Babes Bakeshop's Classic Apple Pie

What would the winter months be without fresh-baked apple pie? Three Babes Bakeshop makes a mean Classic Apple—the stuff of Thanksgiving dreams—with crisp, organic seasonal apples (Granny Smiths, Pippins, Gravensteins, or Pink Pearls) and a flaky, flavorful all-butter crust.

Foodie Agenda: Last Minute Farmers Market + Cambodian Pop-up

Your guide to the tastiest foodie happenings going down this week. Bon Appetit! 

Thanksgiving Side Dish Recipes from the City's Top Chefs

We asked some of the city’s best chefs to get in the giving spirit and share their recipes for standout side dishes to bring to a Thanksgiving potluck.

Gabriela Camara's Cala Restaurant Brings Mexico DF to SF

Gabriela Cámara is kind of a big deal in the food world. The chef and restaurateur owns four restaurants in Mexico, including her 17-year-old famed seafood-centric flagship, Contramar. She’s chummy with Diana Kennedy, and has been featured in Food & Wine and Bon Appetit

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