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    The Best San Francisco Restaurants For Outdoor Dining: September 2020

    Given the fact that coronavirus halted two of my absolute favorite pastimes and topics of journalistic coverage — eating out and traveling — its an understatement to say that this year been rough for me personally. While it’s uncertain as to when I’ll be jumping on an international flight, I’m back to exploring San Francisco’s best restaurants and bars! Patio…

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    Family Bonding With Goldilocks Bakeshop, A Timeless Filipino Favorite

    Many people are surprised to find out that I’m half-Filipino, but once it’s discovered, one of the most common things that gets brought up next is Filipino food. And of course if I cook it and what my favorite dishes are! I just recently started cooking dishes like caldereta, machado, adobo and pancit, since quarantine has allowed me much more…

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    How To Make Authentic, Tasty Japanese Curry At Home

    One of my favorite memories of attending elementary school was sharing the homemade curry lunches some parents would bring their kids during the afternoon. Half the school, including myself, was a part of the Japanese Bilingual Bicultural Program which meant we learned both the Japanese language and was immersed in Japanese culture. Since then, I’ve always loved Japanese food and…

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