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Holy Gelato

Holy Gelato sells gelato from Latest Scoop, Classico, and Maggie Mudd. It’s pretty expensive–a mini-size is just under $3–but it’s excellent, particularly for the selection of soy- and coconut milk-based vegan gelati. Maggie Mudd’s Dubliner, for insta READ MORE

The First Rule of Meat Club Is, You Must Eat Meat

It’s all meat, all the time, at this Italian restaurant-cum-butcher shop described in the Los Angeles Times. READ MORE

DB Wine Bar: For Forest Hills, a Taste of Something New

Before DB Wine Bar came along in summer, Forest Hills had nothing like it. So the place quickly got the attention of neighborhood hounds, who have taken to its clean and modern look, reasonably priced wines, and thoughtfully conceived menu of Mediterranea READ MORE

Bondi Road: From the Land Down Under, Simple Seafood

Pick a fish, decide how you want it cooked, and add a side. That’s all there is to it at Bondi Road, a laid-back fish house opened in summer by the Aussie owner of the Sunburnt Cow. Named after a Sydney surfer mecca, Bondi Road (say “bond-eye”) brings in READ MORE

Coke Is It

Coke uses pop science to launch a calorie-burning new beverage. But not everyone is buying it. READ MORE

Super Stuffed Cabbage Prep Tip

Instead of blanching cabbage in boiling water to prepare it for stuffing, here are two simpler alternatives that work great. First: try wrapping and freezing the whole head of cabbage. Before using it, let it thaw in the fridge overnight, then separate th READ MORE

Marinated Artichoke Hearts

What can you do with jarred marinated artichoke hearts beyond tossing them in a salad? They’re great on pizza and garlic cheese bread, on hamburgers, in casseroles, in pasta sauces, and added to all sorts of dips… READ MORE

Cheese Rinds

Soft-ripened cheeses like Brie and Camembert develop a white bloom or rind as they mature. It’s not only edible, it’s delicious. ... READ MORE

The Water Caltrop

The water caltrop (a.k.a. bull’s head, bull nut, buffalo nut, and bat nut) is an aquatic plant, native to Asia, that produces a starchy, hard fruit, with a distinctive shape, like a bull with horns. ... READ MORE

Grim Reaper in a Rice Krispies Box

Does a new Kellogg’s cereal spell death for the organic movement? A San Francisco Chronicle columnist spews about the Wal-Martization of organics. READ MORE