Do you ever wonder how the Berkeley Bowl cashiers remember all those codes? I do!
Oakland, CA, CA 94607
The black-eyed peas pizza at Soul Slice. Credit: Brandy Collins
The most gutsy pie might be Soul Slice’s black-eyed peas pizza, which contains slightly crunchy but meaty black-eyed peas, the sweetness of sweet potato, and savory roasted garlic, green onion, alpine cheese and (for acidity) tomato sauce. Less the alpine cheese, Louis said, the BEP is a vegan pie.
“Black eyed peas on a biscuit crust actually taste like meat,” said Louis.
Soul Slice is open Wednesdays through Saturdays from 3 p.m.- 9 p.m. and Sundays 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. It is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.
Ooh, that pizza sounds really good.
*Joodooboo. Opening in October. 4201 Market St., Oakland.
An assortment of banchan with tofu could be lunch from upcoming Korean deli Joodooboo in Oakland.
Courtesy Allan Wan
“Shani is superbly equipped for this new role,” Merida said. “She is a force for creativity with a get-things-done spirit. Her focus will be wide-ranging and may include new areas of coverage, music, poetry, comedy, books, documentaries, scripted projects, new ways for journalists to engage with subscribers, pop-up events, debates, community and prison journalism, block parties and much more.”
Elly Suraya Greenfield is the owner of Satay By The Bay SF, the only Singaporean, Malay & Halal food truck in San Francisco. Although satay is their most popular dish, as it’s marinated overnight, grilled to order on bamboo skewers, and served with homemade peanut sauce whose recipe was handed down by Elly’s grandmother, the food truck also sells other Singaporean street food classics such as Chili Crab sandwiches and fries.
They serve in Alameda.
Where they are in Alameda is outside Forbidden Island, the tiki bar on Lincoln Avenue (but not all weekends).
Soleil Ho, San Francisco Chronicle restaurant critic, talks to Alexis Madrigal of KQED Radio Forum for 19 minutes about the best spots and dishes for a Bay Area picnic.
Whether you’re just having a sunset cocktail (or mocktail) or going full-on three-course meal, we’ll talk about how to picnic in style, which foods are best to bring and where to find that perfect picnic spot. We’ll get ideas to liven up your picnic with San Francisco Chronicle’s restaurant critic Soleil Ho, and we want your tips: What’s your go-to picnic recipe? Where are your favorite Bay Area spots to bring the family or friends for an al fresco meal?
Cafe Con Pan
8 a.m-noon Saturday-Sunday. Nido’s Backyard, 104 Oak St., Oakland. cafe-con-pan.square.site
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No one would fault you for assembling an entire meal of those sweet treats, but for visitors looking for something more savory, the market has also brought in a couple of (grownup-run) ringers with cult followings among East Bay food lovers: Dela Curo will be selling its popular Japanese black curry and milk bread fruit sandwiches. And barbecue specialist MexiQ will sling its signature Mexican fusion smoked chicken and ribs.
“It’s free!” Abraham says of the event. “We’re here for the community to come through.”
Storefront Market’s events are held outside Storefront Records, at 3431 San Pablo Avenue, on the last Saturday of the month from noon–5pm. This month’s kid-focused Fountain of Youth Festival edition takes place on July 31. Masks will be required for unvaccinated guests.