News Feed: October 9

High-end sushi takes a hit [Grubstreet NY]

Art meets food in San Francisco [SF Chronicle]

Marathon eating in Japan [The Atlantic]

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Ask a Chef: Nate Appleman

Nate Appleman After Nate Appleman snagged the JBF Award for Rising Star Chef this past spring, we asked him about his favorite spots in San Francisco. Even though the young chef recently relocated to New York City, we think it's safe to say that these places still have a special place in his heart.

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Field Trip: San Francisco’s Outside Lands Music & Arts Festival

0827_outsidelands_427x318 Next week, the Beard Foundation is taking a rather unusual field trip—to a music festival. It might sound like an odd match at first, but hear us out. Outside Lands takes place in one of America’s greatest food cities, San Francisco, and that important fact hasn’t been overlooked by its creators. They are giving the wines and food of California top billing with Winehaven and A Taste of the Bay Area. Twenty-five wineries, from big name trailblazers like Au Bon Climat and Bonny Doon to the next generation of

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America's Classic: Yank Sing

Whether it’s a clam shack near the shore, a barbecue joint on the outskirts of town, or a sub shop on the busiest city street, chances are your favorite local restaurant is a James Beard Foundation America’s Classics Award winner. Each week at Delights & Prejudices we'll profile one of these classic restaurants. This time it's the Bay Area dim sum mainstay Yank Sing. Henry Chan has made it his life's work to "uplift dim sum." At San Francisco's Yank Sing he has been serving dim sum classics like har gow and Shanghai dumplings alongside newer innovations such as phoenix shrimp and cabbage salad with honeyed walnuts to thousands of diners every day for over half a century. His mother opened Yank Sing's

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