Fog City Diner Cookbook

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Ten Speed Press, Nov 1, 1992 - Cooking - 239 pages
The relaxed atmosphere of this aptly named San Francisco restaurant is a perfect setting for the kind of food that has established its reputation. From the innovative "small plates" to special breads to the always-changing seafood and oyster bar, it's at once stylish and casual. Now one of the diner's founders presents 150 of her best recipes. Full color throughout.

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Pawlcyn and her partners own and run a number of restaurants in the San Francisco area, including Mustards Grill in Napa Valley, Buckeye Roadhouse in Mill Valley, and Fog City Diner and Roti in the ... Read full review

Contents

Bowls
Small Plates 54
Sandwiches 82
Salads 100
Large Plates 120
Side Dishes and Condiments
Beverages 204
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About the author (1992)

Pawlcyn was born and raised in the midwest, where she began cooking professionally while still in high school. After earning her restaurant management degree from the University of Wisconsin, she studied in Paris at LaVarenne and Le Cordon Bleu. In 1983, she moved to Napa Valley and opened Mustards, her first of a dozen restaurants. She has since been nominated twice for the James Beard Foundation Award for Best Chef: California.

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