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Foodie Chap And Chef Roland Passot Talk 'Master Chefs of France'

HALF MOON BAY (KCBS) – Meet Roland Passot the much celebrated Chef behind La Folie and Left Bank Brasseries. La Folie cel after 30 years in 2018. 1,290 more words

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Foodie Chap With Chef Peter Armellino of Plumed Horse

SARATOGA (CBS SF) РChef Peter Armellino began cooking professionally in New York when he was 17 years old. Following stints at both Gotham Bar & Grill and Grammercy Tavern, he decided to come out west and soon landed a sous chef position at Jardini̬re where he worked with Chef Douglas Keane. 963 more words

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Foodie Chap With Executive Chef David Bastide of Left Bank San Jose

SAN JOSE (CBS SF) – David Bastide is the Left Bank Executive chef overseeing menus at Left Bank & LB Steak in Larkspur, Menlo Park and San Jose, where he creates a simple, seasonally-changing French brasserie menu featuring a diverse selection of meats, fresh vegetables, fish, seafood, sensational salads, and sumptuous desserts. 537 more words

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Foodie Chap With Chef Steve Dustin of 'Finn Town'

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – Conviviality is coupled with comfort food and crafted cocktails for this week’s feature at one of my favorite San Francisco neighborhood spots “Finn Town Tavern” . 995 more words

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Foodie Chap With Chef Edgar Agbayani of Dumpling Time

SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) – What time is it? It’s “Dumpling Time” and there is a chef in San Francisco who has mastered the art of making the perfect dumpling. 942 more words

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Foodie Chap Brings a Little Bit of NOLA With Chef Adam Rosenblum

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – Where can you find the best Cajun & Creole cuisine in San Francisco? My keen nose led me to the best spot and I want to introduce you to the chef at the helm. 641 more words

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Liam Mayclem & Alice@97.3's Movie Review: 'The Glass Castle'

SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) – This week, KCBS Foodie Chap, Liam Mayclem joins the Alice@97.3 Sarah & Vinnie Morning Show and reviews the film “The Glass Castle.” Based on the best-selling 2005 memoir from Jeannette Walls, the film stars Brie Larson, Woody Harrelson and Naomi Watts. 116 more words