Our foodie friends visited this weekend, so we ate (and drank) quite well. I experienced my favorite meal in San Francisco, so far, at Zuni Cafe. In addition to the famous “One Hour” Chicken, we shared appetizers and entrees among the six of us, including fresh oysters (better than the Ferry building, even!), marinated olives, a refreshingly zesty Caesar salad, fettucini, leg of lamb, and gorgonzola with honey for dessert.
It’s hard to beat a fabulous weekend of SF’s best eats, so Monday comfort food is in order. I’m re-heating ground turkey from last night (burritos) and making buttery mashed potatoes for an ad-lib shepherd’s pie. While delicious and hearty, this concoction is not the most photogenic of dishes, so I’ll leave the results to the imagination.
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