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Drewes Bros. Butcher Shop: A Case for Diversity

I've been shopping at Drewes Bros. Meats in Noe Valley for years—far before the co-owner Josh Epple took over with his brother Isaac; both started working there when they were 16. I've watched one of the oldest butcher shops in California (circa 1889) go from a good neighborhood shop to a great one—a place where you can get naturally-raised meats of all kinds, as well as fresh fish, both wild and organic farmed. It's not a pretentious place—it was not born of the current butcher trend. The Epples clued in on the fact that there was a demand for a butcher shop with a conscious and just went for it.

The Year In Review: Food Trends of 2009

Oh 2009, we hardly knew ye. But now with (gulp) exactly two weeks left in this year and this decade, it's time to look at the food trends of 2009.

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