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Belcampo Meat Co. Debuts Grilling Camp for Girls + Gays

Get out your tongs, ladies and gents—local purveyor of impeccable meats, Belcampo Meat Co., is debuting grilling camps as of today. And in rare (see what we did there?) form, they’re targeting two groups primed for some fire time—ladies and gays—for some serious glamping.

Weekend Sherpa: The Best Little Secret BBQ Spot in SF

Here's a little piece of grilling heaven—right in the city. Perched on a grassy expanse nearly the size of a soccer field, Fort Miley is a geographic slice of gastronomic delight hidden behind Lands End. To reach its solo grill, make a short climb up a road through a dense forest, then emerge onto a private plateau with giant views of Ocean Beach all the way down Sloat Boulevard. This is a truly secluded playground, so bring the bocce, the burgers, and your best suds and buds. While there, explore the WWII military structures and stroll north up a little path that leads to a fresh, stellar view of the Golden Gate Bridge. The Fort Miley grill is often available for walk-ins, especially on weekdays.

Reed Hearon’s Crack Crab Recipe

Every year here, the beginning of Dungeness crab season and Thanksgiving collide, making crab for Turkey Day a great SF tradition. Friday was the beginning of the crab season here, so to celebrate, Joe went down to Clement Street and bought six hefty—very feisty—live crabs and brought them home, stuffed in his messenger bag, to cook for an impromptu dinner party.
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