Jonesing for them... it's too hot to cook. Where in the Mission would you go for this perfect hot weather food? I'd prefer a more traditional place to a Limon, and proximity to Bernal Heights would be a HUGE plus.
For maximum flavor, Naomi Pomeroy doesn’t just roast chicken thighs. Instead, she crisps the skin, then braises the pieces in a supertasty mix of marinated artichokes, olives, sherry, garlic, lemon and thyme.
We give quick-cooking orzo pasta the risotto treatment—toasting the grains first, then slowly incorporating hot liquid until creamy and starchy—for a comforting "orzotto." The rich egg yolk ties it all together.