Posts Tagged ‘frozen’

Yelp vs. Lucky River Restaurant at 700 Monterey Boulevard – Rating Drops Due to “Sidewalk Steak” Viral Video

Monday, November 24th, 2014

Via KRON-TV’s Stanley Roberts comes news of this

Here’s the story:

San Francisco Sidewalk Steak – My buddies and I were walking up to the side door to Lucky River Restaurant at 700 Monterey Boulevard in San Francisco for lunch on Friday, November 21, 2014, and we saw this guy tenderizing or trying to break apart frozen meat. Yes, that appears to be frozen, raw meat that he’s slamming on the sidewalk. Maybe it’s what makes their Mongolian beef taste so good? Would you eat here after witnessing this?

And here come the Yelpers with some fresh one-star reviews:

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On It Goes…

OMG, the Five New Flavors of Ben & Jerry’s GREEK FROZEN YOGURT are Here! – Your “Indulgent Dessert,” Your “Reasonable Reward”

Wednesday, June 6th, 2012

Well, here they are, we in San Francisco are finally getting Ben & Jerry’s Greek Frozen Yogurt – it’s been spreading across the country from Vermont all year:

Can you match up the flavors based upon appearance? 

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Oh, and Strawberry Shortcake in your grocer’s freezer.

There’s a bit more protein and a bit less fat in this stuff, and it takes more milk to make, which is making the dairy farmers of Vermont very happy, I’m sure.

And oh, Ben and Jerry’s kicks ass – have I said that lately? Check their mission statement, if you’re looking for an example to follow with your startup / whatever.

Try the Banana Peanut Butter even if you aren’t a fan of either.

All the deets.

 

The Best Idea Ever: DiGiorno’s “Pizza & Cookies” Product – In Your Grocer’s Freezer, Together

Tuesday, June 28th, 2011

I need to get out more, as evidenced by the fact that I completely missed the debut of DiGiorno’s Pizza & Cookies combo.

See?

Two great tastes that taste great together?

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(Also available: Pizza & Wyngz

Anyway, the reviews are in already.

All I can say is that this is a much better idea than Domino’s Dessert Pizza.

Is all I can say.

San Francisco’s West Coast Chicken Cooking Contest Coming September 2010. Enter Now

Wednesday, March 31st, 2010

Submit your recipe by June 30th, 2010 and you just might win the First Annual Foster Farms West Coast Chicken Cooking Contest in San Francisco come September. Do it for the lulz but mind the red tape:

“The contest is open to all California, Oregon and Washington residents over the age of 18. Contestants are encouraged to submit their unique chicken recipes featuring fresh Foster Farms chicken and local ingredients, wherever possible. Entries will be judged by members of the food media and culinary professionals. Entries can be submitted online at www.fosterfarms.com/cookingcontest, by e-mail at cookingcontest@fosterfarms.com or by mail to Foster Farms, Cooking Contest, P.O. Box 306, Livingston, CA 95334.”

I know what your thinking, your thinking Chinese Chicken Burgers with Rainbow Sesame Slaw. Well it’s been done already in a recent national contest, so try to think of some unique recipe using degredients from your area. It’s all local these days, right? And a story, you gots to have a cute story to tell the judges while they’re noshing. (Work in something about your grandmother, that’s always a winner.) 

This boid, spotted a while back in front of San Francisco’s historic City Hall building in Civic Center, isn’t eligible ’cause he’s not a smooth, refreshing Foster Farms chicken. Oh well: 

Start cooking. Bon courage!

(And don’t tell PETA. Shhhh….)

Calling All Chicken Chefs: Foster Farms Announces First-Ever West Coast Chicken Cooking Contest. Contest features Grand Prize of $10,000 and one-year supply of fresh Foster Farms chicken

LIVINGSTON, Calif., March 31 — Your favorite chicken recipe could be worth $10,000. Foster Farms today announces the call for entries for its first-ever Foster Farms West Coast Chicken Cooking Contest. The contest’s champion will earn a prize of $10,000 plus a one-year supply of fresh Foster Farms chicken*. The company is carrying on the tradition of the now defunct National Chicken Cooking Contest, the nation’s longest running and most lucrative cooking competition, but bringing it closer to home on the West Coast. Home, amateur and professional chefs residing in California, Oregon and Washington are encouraged to submit their prized, original chicken recipes for consideration. Recipes must feature fresh Foster Farms chicken and should be inspired by local ingredients as a testament to Foster Farms’ commitment to foods that are fresh, locally-grown and always natural. The deadline to enter is June 30, 2010 at 11:59:59 p.m. PDT and the contest will culminate with finals held in San Francisco in September 2010 during National Chicken Month.

All the deets, after the jump

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