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Oakland Eats: Deelish Cupcakes, Dirty Fries, and Soup Delivered by Bike

The latest foodie happenings across the Bay Bridge.

Two Sonoma Wines Take Home Prizes at the 2014 Pinot Cup in Healdsburg

On Friday night, as part of the ninth annual Pigs & Pinot fest at the Hotel Healdsburg, H2, and Dry Creek Kitchen, two local wines took home the first and second prizes in the annual blind tasting known as the Pinot Cup.

3 New Gourmet Food Markets Around the Bay

The Bay Area’s newest food markets are big on local and house-made provisions, in the tradition of European food halls.

Foodie Updates: Home Skillet Comes to Market, James Beard Finalists, and More

Hear ye, food fans: We've got some news for you this week. The people behind successful mid-Market breakfast and lunch spot Little Griddle are opening a spinoff in the former Pearl's space; the Outerlands reopening is delayed and we've got some slightly sad news about the chef; and a bevy of Bay Area chefs and others were nominated for James Beard Awards this week.

Win Tickets to Taste of the Nation 2014

Join top San Francisco chefs, winemakers, brewers, and mixologists on March 27th at one of the most highly anticipated events of the year, all while helping to end child hunger - Taste of the Nation 2014 is finally here.

The Latest and Greatest Bagels in San Francisco

It’s pretty crazy to hear of people lining up at a pop-up for over an hour (in the rain!) for day-old bagels flown in from New York; don’t get me wrong, I adore Russ & Daughters, but really, it’s all about their sable and other smoked fish, not their bagels. Here’s the thing: San Francisco has some pretty fantastic bagels in town, from Montreal-inspired to, yes, San Francisco-style bagels.

Foodie Agenda: The Blind Cafe Returns, Fog City's Spring Menu, and More

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

Drink Here Now: Sip the Pope's Wine, Judge a Cocktail Competition, and More

We're not saying you "need" five excuses to drink this week. We're just saying, "Here they are."

Secret Recipe: Bouchon Bakery's Espresso Macarons

7x7 asks the Bay Area's chefs for the recipes to their most loved cocktails, bar snacks, starters, mains, and desserts. If there's a dish you can't stop thinking about and want to make at home, email schuyler@7x7.com. Your wish may end up on the blog, along with the actual recipe from the chef.

Market Watch: Rich and Creamy Goose Eggs Large Enough For Two

Since the first year of the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market in 1993, Eatwell Farm has been a favorite stop for market shoppers seeking out beautiful organic vegetables, fresh and dried lavender, strawberries and, in the summer months, heirloom tomatoes. They have also become well known for their delicious pastured chicken eggs. So when I spotted goose eggs at Eatwell’s stand on Saturday, I was intrigued to hear more about how they fit into the farm’s ecosystem.

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