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Re: “OUSD Aims to Put Its Money Where Its Values Are

Looking at the picture accompaning this article. Food is all one bland color, everything looks fried, no salad. Is this what they are serving at Oakland High?? Who plans the menus? What is their background?? That is the person we should know about. Sounds like too many government, business and union folks involved.…

Posted by Carolyn Burd on 10/27/2016 at 8:20 AM

Re: “Cinco TacoBar in San Leandro Redefines the Strip Mall Taqueria

Maybe you mean the food is actually "bad"? Because Chipotle (despite its teething problems) is known for it's food being actually "good" - organic etc.

Posted by PJ Lenny on 10/22/2016 at 3:32 PM

Re: “Cinco TacoBar in San Leandro Redefines the Strip Mall Taqueria

Thanks, Robert. Fixed.

Posted by Luke Tsai on 10/20/2016 at 12:13 PM

Re: “Cinco TacoBar in San Leandro Redefines the Strip Mall Taqueria

Sounds good, but there is no ñ in habanero.

Posted by RobertLauriston on 10/20/2016 at 10:06 AM

Re: “Thai-Style Ice Cream Rolls into Chinatown

"And in Thailand, street vendors hawk something called the ice cream "roll" — a thin layer of ice cream that gets scraped up in a way that forms tight coils roughly the size and shape of a Fruit Roll-Up.

The ice cream rolls, aka "stir-fried" ice cream......."

I ate street vendor food for 17 years when I lived in Thailand, and never saw any such thing as an ice cream roll, or stir fried ice cream!!
Durian, YES!!

Scott Gannon

Posted by Scott Gannon on 10/12/2016 at 5:16 PM

Re: “At Belly in Uptown Oakland, the California-Korean Burrito Comes North

Was eating at belly when the Black Panthers came by, they were respectful and asked to use the rest room and spoke to the owner of Belly, Alice Woo, about gentrification, she said no to the bathroom and told them to leave, as soon as they were gone she stormed to the kitchen and started screaming “F%*K THE BLACK PANTHERS” and “I CAN TAKE THEM”, yelling about how “this isn't what gentrification is”. I left, I was and still am so disgusted that a place like belly exists, especially in Oakland. This happened almost a year ago, I posted on yelp and the owner (Alice Woo) replied, comparing the Black Panthers to panhandlers and saying that her customers felt threatened - I was her customer, I did not feel threatened by the people who came in, I felt threatened by the owner. Then she deleted her posts. Search by rating on yelp and you will see how this restaurant treats people of color and their view of the surrounding community.

Posted by Becca G on 10/09/2016 at 12:46 PM

Re: “A Brief Guide to Eating 'Ethnic' in the East Bay

AS B-Dama and Delage is a cool spot, but for the best authentic Japanese ramen you have to go to Yuzu Ramen & Broffee in Emeryville -

Posted by Matthew S LaCrosse on 10/04/2016 at 5:15 PM

Re: “Veggie Lee in Hayward Goes Beyond Standard Chinese Vegetarian Fare

Yes, count me in! Margaret and I had a great banquet style cabbage dish at a fancy Peking duck place in of my most memorable food memories from China. Would love to try this fancy cabbage thing.

Posted by Lillian Hsu on 09/28/2016 at 3:01 PM

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