You should not consume all of these dishes in one day, you’ll hallucinate and puke and think you’re in hell. But preparing one or two of these recipes might make for a memorable (if not remembered) Thanksgiving dinner.
Rad Upcoming SF Events DRINK STEAM WITH DANDELION CHOCOLATE THU. 11/19 | 6:00PM – 9:00PM @ THE CHAPEL Come Drink Steam with Dandelion Chocolate and hear how they got started, what inspires them, and more! Enjoy a beer and complimentary chocolate pairing! Check out a chef demo on chocolate
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OFF MENU IS SPONSORED BY EMPEROR NORTON’S BOOZELAND THE TENDERLOIN’S NEWEST HISTORIC DIVE. HAPPY HOUR NOON – 7PM SECOND ANNUAL SURVIVING THANKSGIVING IN SF ON A $30 BUDGET In last year’s Thanksgiving in SF on a $30 Budget, I showed you how you could create a traditional Thanksgiving dinner for you and your friends
In The City That Was, Bohemian Archivist P Segal tells a weekly story of what you all missed: the days when artists, writers, musicians, and unemployed visionaries were playing hard in the city’s streets and paying the rent working part time. Thanksgiving season, the time when America prepares to gorge itself on variations
Thanksgiving is the opportunity to spend quality time with family and friends, while also indulging in some bomb food. It’s easy to over indulge though, which can send you on a downward spiral until after the new year, once all the food focus festivities finally begin to calm down. As you’ll
It’s here. The holiday season. Personally, I hate the Christmas season. Aside from SantaCon, I could do without the time between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Eve. I’m a Grinch and my heart isn’t going to grow 10 times too big and Cindy Lou Who can go suck a big one. Pure
It’s your first Thanksgiving away from your family. You’re one of the few people that stayed behind in the city. Because of this, most of us have handselected our own non-nuclear family consisting of voluntarily insane friends. But while we don’t crave the tradition of being grilled by our family members
In November 2005, after having lived in Mexico City for close to a year, I lost my appendix. By lost, I should rather say it violently decided to check out by causing me to wretch up my organs and writhe in pain ‘til a doctor cut it out of me