SF Staples: Dignified Dirty Dogs

Xpress Mag Staff February 14, 2014

By Nicole Dobarro http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YGDl--J-f-k It’s 3 a.m. and it’s been a long night of inhaling cheap whiskey, tolerating the hoots, hollers, and enduring the judgement of walking...

Catching Crabs

Xpress Mag Staff December 17, 2013

Words and photos by Tony Santos Braving the open sea, wrangling wild animals from the depths of the ocean, and taking the kill home to feast upon the meat. Ok, it’s no Deadliest Catch, but...

An example CSA subscription box, put together by Blue House Farms, sits on the back of their truck during a farmers market event in the Mission District. Photo by Kate ONeal / Xpress.

Get Your Greens

Agnes Mogstad November 19, 2013

It’s an expensive lunch in San Francisco. There’s that seven dollar sandwich, that six dollar salad- convenient but hardly satisfying. Fast food has taken away our desire to cook. Many blame it...

Grease Buzz

November 10, 2013

Written by Ivane Lund-Soyombo Photos by Mike Hendrickson It’s Friday night (Thursday, if you’re like me) and you’re at the local watering hole clinging to the now room temperature drink...

Its Kinda It: How To Make SFs Finest Ice Cream Sandwich At Home

It’s Kinda It: How To Make SF’s Finest Ice Cream Sandwich At Home

Agnes Mogstad November 6, 2013

Written and Illustration by Nicole Dobarro Photos by John Ornelas If you’re reading this, you’re probably in San Francisco, meaning you’ve hopefully tried one of the best things this city...

Michelle McKenzie, program director and chef at 18 Reasons, teaches an attendee to correctly chop an onion during a knife skills class at 18 Reasons Cafe in the Mission.

Mission Collective Empowers Eaters

Agnes Mogstad October 21, 2013

Written by Nicole Dobarro Photography by Mike Hendrickson Some heroes wear shiny badges or capes. Some heroes can be found on television or on cereal boxes. Some are in plain sight, while others...

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