SF Bay Area
Food and drink that has us seeing gold
An unusual cake from Susan Feniger, chef-owner of Street in LA, baked with a meringue layer on top.
This recipe from Kogi’s Roy Choi may look like just a simple rice bowl, but 33 ingredients says complex.
Chocolate ganache dotted with chewy bits of orange marmalade and rolled in cocoa powder.
Yeasted dough, layered with butter, ground cardamom, and nutmeg.
The sweet taste and superior density of these buns are worthy of the time spent preparing them.
A hearty burger filled with pungent Gorgonzola cheese.
The original composed salad that originated at the Brown Derby in Los Angeles in the Hollywood heyday of the 1930s.
Creamy chocolate custard and buttery brioche taste luscious in this stackable bread pudding from superstar chef Nancy Silverton.
Creamy chicken casserole with tender artichoke hearts and mushrooms.
Tossed with lime juice, mint, and cayenne for a sweet, spicy, refreshing salad.
Serve this recipe for simple roasted rack of lamb rubbed in rosemary and thyme for a special occasion, complete with a side of potatoes.
The classic salad combo presented as an hors d’oeuvre.
An easy, sweet and salty, sophisticated appetizer recipe with quince paste, crispy serrano ham, Manchego cheese, and a drizzle of mint oil.
A classic Brown Derby cocktail recipe, with bourbon, lime, sweet vermouth, and Grand Marnier.