John Birdsall

John Birdsall

John Birdsall likes things that taste good. He once cooked for a living, before writing about people who cook for a living. He was editor of SFoodie, the food blog of SF Weekly, has written for San Francisco magazine, CHOW.com, and the San Francisco Chronicle, and tweets @John_Birdsall. He lives in Oakland.

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