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nickcooks

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US City Cuisine Fri, 04/8/11 4:48 AM (permalink)
Hello guys, Would you happen to know what dishes belong to San Francisco and Dallas city cuisines?
 
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    MetroplexJim

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    Re:US City Cuisine Mon, 04/18/11 2:09 PM (permalink)
    Dallas - definitely brisket smoked low & slow.
    SFO - most likely sausage.
     
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      Michael Hoffman

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      Re:US City Cuisine Mon, 04/18/11 2:31 PM (permalink)
      Well, for san Francisco there's certainly cioppino.
       
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        mar52

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        Re:US City Cuisine Mon, 04/18/11 2:37 PM (permalink)
        San Francisco:  Dungeness Crab,  Sour Dough Bread and
          Mission Burritos.
         
         
         
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          Michael Hoffman

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          Re:US City Cuisine Mon, 04/18/11 2:41 PM (permalink)
          I don't know about that. You could say dungeness crab about Seattle. Sourdough, too.
           
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            EdSails

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            Re:US City Cuisine Mon, 04/18/11 5:26 PM (permalink)
            There's the Mission Burrito for SF. 
             
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              Foodbme

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              Re:US City Cuisine Tue, 04/19/11 2:43 AM (permalink)
              San Francisco - Joe's Special "Some say this famous San Francisco specialty was devised by a San Francisco chef as a variation on the Italian frittata. Others insist it was created as an after-hours snack by dance-band musicians of the 1920's. A third theory attributes the dish to miners who frequented the city's riotous Barbary Coast district in the 1850's."
              Also Sourdough & Ghirardelli Chocolate.
              Dallas - A Food Wasteland!
              Of over 1,500 incredible local eats places from around the country available under the "Search Local Eats' link on the RF home page, there's not one place in Dallas listed! San Francisco has 15 and if you add Oakland/Berkley, it's 25!
              <message edited by Foodbme on Tue, 04/19/11 4:20 AM>
               
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                Penn German Chef

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                Re:US City Cuisine Tue, 04/19/11 4:58 AM (permalink)
                I am going with Dim Sum or if you prefer Yum Cha. Also old school would say anything served at Sam's Grill or Tadich Grill. Others say a Burger at Reds or Any Breakfast at Dotties in the Tenderloin.
                 
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                  nickcooks

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                  Re:US City Cuisine Wed, 05/4/11 10:39 AM (permalink)
                  Wow, Thanks a lot, I am compiling the dish lists to these cities at mycitycuisine website and your feedback will surely help. 
                   
                  out of two, San Fransisco seem to be the city with a richer food variety.
                  <message edited by nickcooks on Wed, 05/4/11 10:41 AM>
                   
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                    billyboy

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                    Re:US City Cuisine Wed, 05/4/11 11:17 AM (permalink)
                    Michael Hoffman


                    I don't know about that. You could say dungeness crab about Seattle. Sourdough, too.


                    They can belong to more than one city.
                     
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                      NYNM

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                      Re:US City Cuisine Wed, 05/4/11 12:19 PM (permalink)
                      Ghiradelli Chocolates (SF)
                       
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                        RoadKing

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                        Re:US City Cuisine Wed, 05/4/11 3:33 PM (permalink)
                        SF - Tadich's, cioppino, steak burritos in the Mission and noodles ala Sam Wo's in Chinatown.
                        I got nothing for Dallas...
                         
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                          veracious

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                          Re:US City Cuisine Thu, 05/12/11 3:07 AM (permalink)
                          San Francisco , Food:
                          San Francisco is renowned for its restaurants. "The City" as it is called by locals has some of the best Asian and Californian Cuisine around. It also has large variety of other kinds of ethnic food.

                          Dallas , Food:
                          Dallas has more than enough restaurants to sate any craving.
                          Beyond the ubiquitous barbecue pits, this city is awash with world-class dining establishments serving every cuisine from Mediterranean to French to Cuban.
                          But barbecue is primary food in Dallas.
                           
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