We brined this bad boy overnight and then cooked it on the Egg. The one tip about the Egg is you have to be careful with wood chips, everything can come out a little too smoky. This Turkey, however, was delicious.
Kevin’s hometown paper in Antigo Wisconsin ran a story about him. Check it out.
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SATURDAY DOGGIE HAPPY HOUR
First Saturday of every month, 4–8 PM
April 10th – SaveABunny
May 1st – Golden State Greyhound Rescue
June 5th – SF Hearing Dog Program
Doc’s Clock is located in the heart of the historic Mission.
2575 Mission Street
(Between 21st and 22nd Street)
San Francisco, CA
This weekend marks the first of nine planned Sunday Streets events that will be held through October. Two new routes have been added this year: the Western Addition, North Panhandle and Japantown on Sept. 19, followed by street closures in Civic Center and the Tenderloin on Oct. 24. Once again, Sunday Streets will take place in the Mission, the Bayview and the Great Highway in the spring and summer.
SF Eater publishes a list of the best 38 restaurants in the city. You can see the list here.
Here is the condensed list:
- Slanted Door
- Tadich Grill
- Bix Restaurant
- COI Restaurant
- 15 Romolo
- R & G Lounge
- Swan Oyster Depot
- Ryoko Restaurant & Bar
- Absinthe Brasserie & Bar
- Zuni Cafe
- DOSA on Fillmore
- Magnolia Pub & Brewery
- Foreign Cinema
- Delfina/Pizzeria Delfina
- Bar Bambino
- Flour and Water
- Blue Bottle Cafe
- AME Restaurant
- Town Hall Restaurant
- Zaré at Fly Trap
Why 38? Not sure. This isn’t ranked either, they are just all on the list.
For those of you who follow the whole debate around street food in SF….the NYTimes has a great article on the debate.
There is also a new website for the San Francisco Cart Project. The debate centers around whether it is unfair to restaurants who have to abide by city rules and whether these carts are taking away their customers. My take? They should stop whining and get carts of their own! Take the food to the people.
The San Francisco Bay Area is home to a wonderfully innovative local street food culture that is growing extremely quickly through its combination of technology and mobile, sustainable, food. The SF Cart Project seeks to complement the research of people interested in starting, or expanding, a street food business of their own by providing a relevant central resource for documents, information and community awareness regarding the often confusing (and occasionally contradictory) process of starting and running a legal mobile food business in the Bay Area.