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Cooking to Save Money

Cooking to Save Money

Last month, my grocery bill was nearly $2,000. I don’t know if that sounds like a lot to you, but for a family of four with two young kids that seemed like a fortune. Something had to change. The problem as I saw it was I was shopping for each meal, running to the store several times a week. I knew this was neither efficient nor fiscally wise, so I decided to plan out a week’s worth of menus at once.

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Food Truck: Chutney Mary’s

Food Truck: Chutney Mary’s

At Chutney Mary’s food truck, every dish has unusual ingredients and a rich cultural history. The latest food truck to hit the Silicon Valley area with a creative, crunchy and colorful menu that can always be found parked somewhere in Santa Clara and San Jose.

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Food Truck: Le Bon de Cuisine

Food Truck: Le Bon de Cuisine

After working in the kitchens of various bistros and restaurants, Jeffrey Nguyen, the 21-year-old owner and chef of Le Bon de Cuisine food truck, sought to do something more. Lacking the capital to open his own restaurant, he invested his savings instead in a beat-up, yet functional, food truck.

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Blood Sausage

Blood Sausage

Blood dishes are associated with immigrant communities and often evoke a sense of nostalgia and comfort for modern eaters. Most cuisines have some vehicle for using the protein-rich slaughter byproduct, but often the dish is dressed with salt, onions and garlic, similar to liver. Blood exists in a medium: a soup or porridge, or soaked into rice and noodles then stuffed into sausage.

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Review: Chef Sachin Chopra’s Arka

Review: Chef Sachin Chopra’s Arka

Chances are that fans of Indian food in Silicon Valley have eaten Sachin Chopra’s food. He’s had a hand in several of the South Bay’s most successful modern South Asian restaurants.

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Real Food With Chef Bradley Ogden

Real Food With Chef Bradley Ogden

Chef and restaurateur Bradley Ogden has set up shop in San Jose to film a new television series that he will begin shopping to networks for broadcast.

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Cooking Brussels Sprouts

Cooking Brussels Sprouts

Brussels sprouts with bacon is hardly a new idea, but the combination has taken off lately. The pair has become a menu meme, a darling of online recipe searches and food TV.

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Review: La Lune Sucree

Review: La Lune Sucree

Bettina Pope’s dream was to own a bakery. After leaving her career as a private education administrator in Florida, her dream has become a reality—and she hasn’t had more than two days off since she and her husband, Mark, opened San Jose’s La Lune Sucree in September.

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Review: Jin Sho

Review: Jin Sho

Steve Jobs’ favorite Japanese restaurant was Jin Sho in Palo Alto. He ate a series of meals with friends and associates at the restaurant shortly before he died. I had walked by the restaurant several times, but I had never checked it out. After hearing about Jobs’ meals there, I wanted to try it.

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Thanksgiving Dinner in San Jose

Thanksgiving Dinner in San Jose

A selection of some of the best Thanksgiving dinner specials at San Jose restaurants.

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