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Learning, Eating at Ozumo's Sushi 101

There’s a reason why sushi chefs look so cheerful behind the counter — they start their shifts with a shot of sake.
July 20, 2011

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Wine Country, Somewhere

When I look back to our travels over the years, I find that most of the time when Kathy and I wound up in wine country somewhere — it could be France, Italy, Argentina or Australia — we have come realize these places that grow grapes and make wine are not only special by themselves, but they also spawn a gastronomic counterpart that enhances the travel experience.
July 14, 2011

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Wine Country, Somewhere

When I look back to our travels over the years, I find that most of the time when Kathy and I wound up in wine country somewhere — it could be France, Italy, Argentina or Australia — we have come realize these places that grow grapes and make wine are not only special by themselves, but they also spawn a gastronomic counterpart that enhances the travel experience.
July 14, 2011

Food show on PBS to feature Alameda restaurant

June 30, 2011

Taste of the Town

Less Is More at Boot and Shoe Service
June 30, 2011

Taste of the Town

Hudson Destined for Success as a New-American Brasserie
April 29, 2011

Wine

A Primer on the Wines of the Loire Valley
April 29, 2011

The Frugal Foodie

Challenged by our economic times, along with just wanting a spirited game of foodie sport, we endeavored to find excellent meals for prices that wouldn't break the bank.
March 3, 2011

Mr. Espresso

Carlo Di Ruocco introduced the East Bay to Old World coffee culture, a thriving niche some 30 decades later. This pioneer with an immigrant success story has built his family coffee business one espresso at a time.
March 3, 2011

Tricks of the Trade

Basil Friedman has been a food stylist for almost 20 years, a profession he sort of fell into. And he loves it.
March 3, 2011