Peruvian Ceviche with Alaskan Cod

One of the hardest ingredients to find these days is good fresh fish, especially fresh fish that is sustainably caught.  Even some of the best speciality grocery stores in San Francisco carry fish that just looks and tastes lackluster — and it’s hard to blame them, given that most of the fish we eat spends days in transit after … Continue reading »

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Southwestern Fire Chili con Carne

It’s late October, and it’s starting to feel like winter is around the corner, for better or for worse.  I actually look forward to this time of year, for three reasons: (1) skiing; (2) sweaters, and (3) soup.  To kick off the cold-weather season, I decided to cook up a pot of spicy fire chili, … Continue reading »

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Classic French Onion Soup

On a cold, gloomy day there really is nothing better than a bowl of rich, fragrant french onion soup.  Thankfully, we live in San Francisco, so we have plenty of opportunities, even in the middle of summer, to enjoy this delightful treat.  And it couldn’t be easier to make — one of the simplest dishes … Continue reading »

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