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  • Each newsletter opens with a poem because, well, blackberries. And because: “Out of the quarrel with others we make rhetoric; out of the quarrel with ourselves we make poetry.” ― William Butler Yeats

  • Bay Area (and beyond) food news you might have missed.

  • Recipes from eggplant to Dungeness crab and beans to beef.

  • Tasting notes: wine, sake, tea, mezcal, you name it, we drink it.

  • Social ephemera: gems from Twitter and Instagram.

  • Monthly dinner jams playlist, the music we listen to while cooking dinner every night. It’s a mix of hip hop (RIP MF Doom), electronic pop (Sylvan Esso), R&B (Jorja Smith), indie pop (Dodie), 80’s hits (Style Council), a few classics (Mel Torme), and more. We’ve recently switched from Spotify to Tidal (in solidarity with Neil Young and others).

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