Saturday, November 27, 2010

10 things for sf weekly

Stuffed, satiated and sleepy: Now that the first of many major holidays meals is over, it's time to whip yourself back into shape with some active moshing or thunderous booty shaking. Here's our list of 10 things to do this weekend that won't break the bank, but just might help fracture the fatigue[...]

Friday, November 19, 2010

hazon for j. the jewish news weekly

Former longtime Camp Tawonga director Deborah Newbrun has signed on as the new Bay Area director of Jewish environmental nonprofit Hazon.

She said the national, New York–based agency — which, among other things, organizes bike rides, Torah hikes and food conferences — represents the best of both worlds.

“It takes Jews who love their Judaism and exposes them to nature and the outdoors,” Newbrun said, “and it takes nature enthusiasts and connects them to their Judaism [...]

tofu dearest for poor taste magazine

De La Soul Food: Vegan Collards, Okra, Barbecue, and Fried “Chicken”
Okra, mustard collard greens, creamy mashed potatoes with savory gravy, and two pieces of crispy Southern fried tofu “chicken.” I ate it all, in one grand sitting, a few weeks back and was incredibly full, a tad over-salted, and deeply satisfied [...]

Sunday, November 7, 2010

10 things to do this weekend for sf weekly

Hard French Season Finale, Indie Mart, Kitsch & Fuzzz, Bookfest 2010, and More
Still covered in orange and black tickertape from the Giants parade? Got a hangover from all the revelry [...]

tofu dearest for poor taste magazine

Love and Sambal: A Vegan Goes Indonesian

I’ll be the first to admit it; I knew little of Indonesia before I met the live-in boyfriend. Now that I’ve tasted the region’s style of food many times over, I’ve become completely fascinated with it [...]