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Not surprisingly I was in San Francisco a week ago. If there is a place on earth that is my home away from home it is SF. Shhh, but I secretly hope to make it my “real” home again one day. My short, two year stint definitely left me with a bug to move back. This trip was a fast paced barrage of work, research, catching up with friends and eating that started with a 7am Saturday flt and ended with a Thurs redeye. I thought I swore those off last year?
Rather than dive deep into the stories, friends, reasons and circumstances which placed the food shown below in front of me, I thought I would “food porn” out by simply sharing the day and time these tasty morsels were consumed. Let’s jump right in with a solo mission to The Richmond 33 minutes after I landed.
Saturday afternoon: Various dim sum at Clement Restaurant
Saturday night: Spice Supper Club (full post coming soon)
Sunday morning: Blueberry pancakes at Bean Bag
Sunday afternoon: Turkey club and mac and cheese with shitake mushrooms at La Boulange
Sunday night: Sushi at Amberjack
Monday night: Carnitas buritto at El Toro
Tuesday morning: Corn Flakes and fruit in the Yahoo! cafeteria
Tuesday night: Goat Hill Pizza and wings
Wednesday morning: Spinach, tomato and cheese omelet at Custom Burger
Wednesday afternoon: Tripe and pork Pho at New Pho #1
Wednesday night: Veggie and Meat Indian pizza at Zante’s
Thursday night: Farina in the mission (description below)
•Prosciutto and mozzarella
•Yellow fin tuna tartara tossed with capers, lemon, salt, served with black truffle sauce
•Pan roasted seabass with fresh peas and a white wine sauce, garlic and parsley sauce
•Hand made basil fettuccine with an Italian sausage sauce and pecorino cheese
•Hand made raviolini filled with braised beef and borage served in a braised beef sauce
•Grilled lamb chops served with sauteed chanterelle mushrooms
•Filet mignon served in a gorgonzola beef sauce with sunchoke puree
If you are going to be in SF any time soon and want to retrace my steps, just grab the map at the top and work it into your own itinerary.