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With OK From EPA, Use Of Controversial Weedkiller Is Expected To Doubleimg_6015_custom-d22b57c8d903120f9cf11007ec2f70ac88af9954-s1600-c85

Mon, 16 Oct 2017 17:53:02 PDT

Bob Scott, a weed scientist at the University of Arkansas, and his colleagues conducted experiments on the effects of dicamba drift on nearby crops.


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Bay Area Bites Guide: Exploring the Cuisines of Africa Around the Bay Areaamaweles-2-dishesIMG_0697-newIMG_0730-newIMG_0714-newIMG_0706-newIMG_9662-newBeef-and-Chicken-Combo-Rice-Plate-at-Safari-Kitchen-in-San-Jose-newBeef-Sambusa-at-Safari-Kitchen-newNEWRoasted-goat-cutlet-on-the-left-and-beef-suqaar-kay-kay-on-the-rightNEWJubba-InteriorNEWKay-kay,-a-stir-fry-with-beef-suqaar,-at-Jubba-in-San-JoseNEWRoasted-goat-cutlet-at-JubbaNEWSambusa-and-mandasi-pastries-at-JubbaNEWThe-ground-beef-filling-of-sambusaNEWSomalian-art-decorations-at-JubbaNEWJubba-exteriorIMG_2416-newIMG_2365-newIMG_2375-newIMG_2388-newIMG_2402-newIMG_2432-newIMG_2367-newIMG_2435-newIMG_2296-newIMG_2345-newIMG_2320-newIMG_2354-newIMG_2462-newIMG_2448-newIMG_2479-newIMG_2455-newIMG_2482-newIMG_2489-newIMG_2444-newIMG_2515-newIMG_2518-newIMG_2523-newIMG_2505-newIMG_2502-newIMG_2584-newIMG_2564-newIMG_2589-newIMG_2662-newIMG_2601-newIMG_2665-newIMG_2615-newIMG_2593-newIMG_2561-newIMG_2799-newIMG_2829-newIMG_2846-newIMG_2892-newIMG_2821-newIMG_2913-newIMG_2923-newIMG_2793-newIMG_2791-newIMG_2689-newIMG_2690-newIMG_2755-newIMG_2765-newIMG_2720-newIMG_2734-newIMG_2745-newIMG_2726-newIMG_2754-newIMG_2679-new

Wed, 11 Oct 2017 13:10:39 PDT

Peri peri chicken and Cape Malay quinoa with chickenAmawele's South African KitchenBunny ChowAmawele's South African Kitchen menuRincon Center’s fountain is a scenic spot to enjoy to-go lunch.Somali food trailer that houses Safari kitchen.Beef and Chicken combo rice plate at Safari Kitchen in San Jose.Beef Sambusa at Safari Kitchen.Roasted goat cutlet (L) and beef suqaar kay kay (R).Jubba interior.Kay kay, a stir-fry with beef suqaar at Jubba.Roasted goat cutlet.Sambusa and mandasi pastries at Jubba.The ground beef filling of the sambusa.Somalian art decorations at Jubba.Jubba exterior.Combination RIce and Bean Plate with Fish at Miliki.Miliki menuGoat served on the bone in the rustic, chunky tomato and spinach stew with mashed egusi. Served with Fufu.FufuPepper SoupMiliki interior dining area.The bar at Miliki.Miliki exterior on MacArthur Ave. in Oakland's Laurel district.Combo platter: Vegetable dishes and Kitfo.Inside Tadu Ethiopian Kitchen.Rolls of Injera at TaduThe entrance to Tadu Ethiopian Kitchen.The suya spice worked about as well on nicely grilled prawns, while the jerk seasoning was surprisingly tame in contrast on chicken.The menu at Suya.It was all about the suya and it truly is the highlight on beef, chicken, prawns, vegetables or tilapia.The interior space at Suya in Oakland.Suya-spiced beef wrap.Inside the suya-spiced beef wrap.Suya African-Caribbean Grill exterior.Bissap Baobab festive interior.Kale, ginger, apple and carrot smoothie (L) or ginger and pineapple juice (R).Yassa with fish.The dining area at Oakland Bissap Baobab.Bissap Baobab exterior.Eskender Aseged, owner/chef at Radio Africa.The counter and menu inside Radio Africa.Radio Africa interior.Wild salmon comes simply with quinoa and cooked spinach.Arugula salad with roasted beets, early summer tomatoes, scattered goat cheese and a pesto sauce.chicken jambalayaEskender Aseged, owner/chef at Radio Africa, cooking in the kitchen.Hibiscus lemonade.Radio Africa Kitchen exterior in Bayview.Aicha interior.Lamb shank tagine.Royal kebab platter.Cinnamon and sugar dusted couscous with regular and golden raisins.Basteeya at Aicha.Moroccan mint tea served tableside.Moroccan mint tea.Aicha Moroccan Cuisine exterior.The dessert is called basboussa, an orange blossom water spiked semolina cake topped with pistachios that ultimately tastes like a floral-tinged baklava with the texture of a syrup-soaked Belgian waffle.Cafe Zitouna beverage area.Counter with open kitchen at Cafe Zitouna.The owner of Cafe Zitouna, Najib Rebia, served us our meal.Couscous with chickpeas and vegetables.Every table gets crusty fresh baguette, first for dunking in olive oil.A crepe called breek.The inside of breek.Bean soup at Cafe Zitouna.Moroccan mint tea at Cafe Zitouna.Cafe Zitouna in San Francisco's Lower Nob Hill.


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Santa Cruz’s Veg on the Edge is Probably the Only Vegan, Kosher and Gluten-Free African Restaurant in the WorldIMG_1218-newIMG_1207-newIMG_1213-newIMG_1212-newIMG_1211-newIMG_1215-newIMG_1216-new

Mon, 09 Oct 2017 10:57:20 PDT

The courtyard of Abbott Square.The motto of the restaurant.The burger.Moin moin with suya, yaji sauce and rice.Plantain fries.A raw plantain salad with edamame.Forbidden rice with bok choy and mushrooms.


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A Granddaughter’s Powerful Love Story, Told Through An Indian Cookbookthisone-103e0869842e07495ee9405a2a21c52ed0cad7cd-s1400-c859_author_shot_pc_balazs_glodi

Sun, 08 Oct 2017 22:36:35 PDT

Left: Stuffed eggplant. Right: Ulava Charu. These traditional dishes represent the tastes of Pidathala's childhood.Today, Pidathala, author of Five Morsels of Love, is also an accomplished chef. "Although I began this journey to honor my grandmother's memory, along the way, I discovered her passion for cooking," she says.


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Rockridge Market Hall Celebrates Its 30th Anniversary as the East Bay’s One-Stop Shop for All Things Foodcondiments-newolive-oil-newhomemadepasta-newIMG_4775-newIMG_4781-newIMG_4763-newIMG_4785-new

Fri, 06 Oct 2017 08:12:31 PDT

Condiments at Market HallOlive oil at Market HallHomemade pasta, cut fresh to order.The deli at Market Hall offers prepared foodThe always-hopping Market Hall Bakery.The Flower & the B at Market Hall.Oliveto restaurant and cafe


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