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Aloha, San Francisco

August 8, 2010 by

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Yesterday, my friend Rita and I went to check out the 16th Annual San Francisco Aloha Festival over at the Presidio. One of my favorite parts about living in San Francisco is the amazing variety of events and festivals that are offered each year. Although this was my first time going to the Aloha Fest, […]

ESF: Final class banquet

May 14, 2009 by

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Sadly, tonight was our last class meeting for ESF. We each brought in a homemade dish made from only seasonal/regional ingredients. As promised, here are some photos from tonight’s celebration. All I can say is, it’s been an awesome semester and thanks to each and everyone in ESF for everything I’ve learned from you (and […]

ESF: Final class banquet

May 14, 2009 by

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Sadly, tonight was our last class meeting for ESF. We each brought in a homemade dish made from only seasonal/regional ingredients. As promised, here are some photos from tonight’s celebration. All I can say is, it’s been an awesome semester and thanks to each and everyone in ESF for everything I’ve learned from you (and […]

ESF: Final class banquet

May 14, 2009 by

6

Sadly, tonight was our last class meeting for ESF. We each brought in a homemade dish made from only seasonal/regional ingredients. As promised, here are some photos from tonight’s celebration. All I can say is, it’s been an awesome semester and thanks to each and everyone in ESF for everything I’ve learned from you (and […]

ESF: Pollan and me

May 13, 2009 by

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So as promised, here’s the story about my attempt at making a seasonal/regional dish for my ESF class. As I mentioned in the previous post, Michael Pollan’s Omnivore’s Dilemma has helped our class think about challenging the mass production/fast food industry. In his book, Pollan recounts his personal quest to make a meal solely from […]

ESF: Pollan and me

May 13, 2009 by

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So as promised, here’s the story about my attempt at making a seasonal/regional dish for my ESF class. As I mentioned in the previous post, Michael Pollan’s Omnivore’s Dilemma has helped our class think about challenging the mass production/fast food industry. In his book, Pollan recounts his personal quest to make a meal solely from […]

ESF: Pollan and me

May 13, 2009 by

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So as promised, here’s the story about my attempt at making a seasonal/regional dish for my ESF class. As I mentioned in the previous post, Michael Pollan’s Omnivore’s Dilemma has helped our class think about challenging the mass production/fast food industry. In his book, Pollan recounts his personal quest to make a meal solely from […]