Topics :: Food and Drink

Why, You’re Blushing! :: Rosé Wines of Provence

By Kilian Melloy | Tuesday Apr 1, 2014
"Provence in the City": Yes, it is, and across the country it’s Provence Ascendant, as rosé wines from southern France continue to increase in sales by double digits each year. Come sample a taste of the blush!

Like the Smell of Bacon? There’s an App for That...

Saturday Mar 8, 2014
Want to wake up to the sound of bacon sizzling on the stove with its aroma drawing you out of bed? There’s an app for that.

A Fine Romance :: Top Five Southern California Dining Adventures

By Tony Reverditto | Thursday Feb 13, 2014
Seeking Foodie Paradise? Or how about an unforgettable Dinner A Deux? Here are five top-notch recommendations for love birds and connoisseurs alike.

Comfort Me, Food :: Brunching Around San Francisco

By Sean Timberlake | Saturday Jan 4, 2014
San Francisco has always been a brunchy town, with people queuing up for their weekly dose of omelets and mimosas. Here’s a few favorite spots that go above and beyond the obvious eggs and pancakes, and puts their particular stamp on comfort food.

To Stuff or Not to Stuff

By Chef Scotty Wagner | Wednesday Dec 18, 2013
Right here and now that we will remove the unknown, so you can create a truly fabulous stuffing that borders on the brink of aphrodisiac overload!

Bigger is Better: 5 Restaurants for Holiday Parties

By Winnie McCroy | Tuesday Dec 10, 2013
Looking to host the ultimate holiday soiree? EDGE highlights our favorite restaurant picks for large groups. Whether it’s your family or origin or family of choice, it’s the time of the year when bigger is better.

Let’s Talk Turkey :: Where to Eat on Thanksgiving

By Sean Timberlake | Sunday Nov 24, 2013
Not all of us have the wherewithal to turn out massive meals in our tiny urban kitchens or serve buffets in our studio apartments. Luckily, plenty of restaurants around town are jumping on the Turkey Day bandwagon and serving forth feasts.

The Vine, Baja-Style

By Joel Martens | Sunday Nov 24, 2013
When we think about wine produced in the Americas, we might tend to look to Napa and Sonoma Counties -- but risk overlooking Baja.

Thanksgiving Dining Destinations

By Tony Reverditto | Saturday Nov 23, 2013
If you don’t feel like cooking this year, you can still partake in the holiday, in lieu of staying home, by dining out. (Let’s face it: Dining out is clearly a more stress-free way to bond with your loved ones.)

Italian Passion - American Dream :: Fig Tree Cafe’s Alberto Morreale

By David Vera | Wednesday Nov 20, 2013
Morreale’s "passion for the kitchen" started at age 13: "Even if the cuisine was local or familiar, I wanted to experience it first-hand. It was part-time work after school or during summer break."