Date: December 27, 2013

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Last Meal 2013: Recap

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Great food knows no boundaries when it comes to place or price. As people who create food, we keep an open mind because amazing tastes can be found anywhere, from your local bodega to a Michelin starred restaurant. This spirit …

Date: June 13, 2013

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Sichuan Seafood Boil: RECAP & PHOTOS

 

Sichuan Seafood Boil

After a brief hiatus, we came back strong in a new space with our Sichuan Seafood event last Saturday. This one had it all: an obscene shellfish to person ratio, sweat inducing spices, and enough beer/wine to keep the …

Date: November 2, 2012

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Eat Retreat 2012: Recap

This past weekend I had the extreme pleasure of attending Eat Retreat 2012. It was a jam-packed weekend in the woods of Los Altos, CA with 40 of the most colorful, friendly, and quality people in the world of …

Date: February 28, 2012

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Studiofeast Sunday #2 Recap

On February 19th, we had our second installment of Studiofeast Sunday. While we still love the big, weird events that we’ve been known to throw, last week also reminded us how great it is to cook for a small group …

Date: December 28, 2011

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The Last Meal 2011 Recap

As the year draws to a close, we all have a tendency to look back and reflect on what happened in 2011. For Studiofeast, it was a great year filled with events where we had the privilege of bringing people …

Date: December 28, 2011

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Studiofeast Sunday #1 Recap

For the past few years we’ve been doing events that have become more and more ambitious in scale, concept, and execution. This has been a good thing, as we’ve been able to push ourselves to create some really great dining …

Date: July 21, 2011

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Photos & Recap: The Doppelganger Dinner

I had a thought once about couples where one person was a vegetarian and the other was a meat eater. It seemed like they could really never share a meal and have the same experience without one person–usually the omnivore–compromising …