Food & Drink
In the spirit of enjoying the holiday with family and friends, as Thanksgiving is meant to be, more and more fine restaurants are serving holiday diners so everyone can enjoy the day together and stay out of the kitchen.
Whether it’s to sample international versions or for a fresh new recipe, the East Bay has a veritable melting pot of mashed potato techniques.
Rabbi Mendel Wolvovsky, whose Sonoma County Chabad Jewish Center in Santa Rosa, runs a kosher catering service and offers three of his favorite latke recipes for Hanukkah.
Acclaimed Peninsula chef Pamela Keith of CuisineStyle offers three extraordinarily delicious recipes for a gluten-free Thanksgiving.
While the Napa Valley gathers much of the world’s attention for food and dining, other parts of the North Bay also feature a rich diversity of moderately priced and critically acclaimed restaurants favored by local residents.
Anytime is milkshake time according to fans of these sweet and creamy treats. Some folks like them frothy and some like them malted, but everyone can get their favorite shake right here in the South Bay.
Neighborhood coffee houses and cafes are like second homes to many of their customers who like to spend hours at their laptops with some coffee or a snack. Here are five laptop-friendly cafes in San Francisco that have it all.
The sweet, distinctive flavor and aroma of fall pumpkins transfer deliciously into yummy treats that continue to be annual favorites in the North Bay and beyond.
Here are five favorite Peninsula spots to find the best fall drinks this season.
Beer is the most popular alcoholic drink in the world. Here are five helpful resources for the San Francisco home brewer.