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This deliciously creamy soup gets topped with crunchy chorizo—and it comes together fast enough that you can make it for dinner tonight.
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My interview with Shelley Lindgren on the 10th anniversary of A16
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Amy Sherman is a San Francisco–based food writer, recipe developer, and restaurant reviewer. She was most recently editor at BlackboardEats and is author of Williams-Sonoma New Flavors for Appetizers, Wine Passport: Portugal and wrote the new introduction to the classic cookbook, Jane Grigson’s Vegetable Book. 

Amy is best known as creator of the award-winning food blog Cooking with Amy, chosen early on as one of the top five food blogs by Forbes. She has also blogged about food for KQED’s blog Bay Area Bites, for the Epicurious blog Epi Log, was contributing editor of the Glam food blog and is currently blogging for Frommers culinary travel blog, Amy and Amy Between Bites. Her restaurant reviews appear frequently at SF Station, a locally based online city guide. In addition to blogging, her writing also can frequently be found in Cheers magazine. 


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Creamy Chickpea and Crispy Chorizo Soup Makeover
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This deliciously creamy soup gets topped with crunchy chorizo—and it comes together fast enough that you can make it for dinner tonight.

Bok Choy Salad Recipe
cookingwithamy.blogspot.com

Recently I learned that bok choy is the number one vegetable in China. It seems to be the number one vegetable in my CSA box lately. It's a

A16 turns 10
cookingwithamy.blogspot.com

A16 restaurant is celebrating a 10 year anniversary. That's a huge accomplishment in any city, especially San Francisco. A16 focuses on the

California Sweetpotato Latte
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Just when you thought California Sweetpotatoes couldn't get any more versatile or tasty, we bring you this amazing concoction by Amy Sherman

The Lucky Pig Recipe
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SolBar is a Michelin star restaurant at the Solage resort, but it's got an approachable menu that has both healthy light options as well as

More Favorites from the Winter Fancy Food Show 2014
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While not new, I don't remember ever tasting the fabulous Blenheim apricot preserves from B&R Farms in previous years. I'm pretty sure I wou

Cheese from the Winter Fancy Food Show 2014
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I always make a point of checking out the cheeses at Fresca Italia. The standout this year was Fiore de Bufala from Bergamo. It is the light

The comfort of anchovies | Viola's Italian Kitchen
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Occasionally, I have a difficult day. No sizable reason, just a cluster of them large enough to carry an antsy undercurrent of unease. On da

Chocolate from the Winter 2014 Fancy Food Show
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I've always been impressed by Vosges for their willingness to take a risk. Sometimes it pays off, other times it doesn't. I didn't try all o

Top Trends from the Winter 2014 Fancy Food Show
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One of the most exciting trends I saw this year was vinegar-based drinks. Years ago we saw more sophisticated “dry” sodas and I think this i

Paiche Recipe and Giveaway
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It's not everyday that you get the chance to try a fish you've never even heard of before. Last week I cooked paiche (pie-chay) a fish from

Where to Eat in Mexico City Now
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The largest city in North America touts a fittingly robust culinary scene. Here are five standout eateries to sample Mexico City's finest fa

Endive Salad with Prosciutto
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Growing up I ate a green salad pretty much every night with dinner. In Italy, we did the same, though it was served at the end of the meal.

Still great after all these years. I find the pizza dough a little salty, but the burrata, the meatballs and the pasta are all really outstanding. It's a warm and comfortable place that does not disappoint.
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reviewed a month ago
Very large tacos, at leaf twice the size than at other taquerias. The fish ones are great, so are the vegetable ones that change seasonally. Fun drinks and mescal next door at Mosto.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Fantastic food, though even with a reservation getting a table is tricky. Service was good, though we were guided to over order. Many amazing dishes including walnut prawns (heavily battered), king oyster mushrooms with golden chives and cabbage guo ta tofu, "double skin", fish & vegetable dumplings, wok-braised lamb, tea-smoked duck, and pork belly with preserved vegetable (mei cai ko ro).
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Outstanding pizza, great beer and a lovely outdoor setting. It's no wonder this place is so popular. Try a flight of beers, it's a good value and a fun way to taste what's on offer.
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Small place but great stuffed pancakes. Be sure to try the beef and the onion and egg version. Noodles and dumpling are ok, but not as great as the pancakes.
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reviewed a month ago
I was a little disappointed by Pujol. The menu is cutting edge, but some dishes are more intellectually interesting than they are "delicious." Service was less than what it should be. Do not let the restaurant call you a cab, they will bilk you for 3-4 times what it should cost.
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reviewed a month ago
Innovative and modern vegetable dishes. Lots of creative combinations you won't find elsewhere and an outstanding wine list. Good acoustics (if you want to actually talk to your dining companions and hear what they have to say).
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