is how the Chronicle called my story about Hank and Alex, a tech guy and yogini. Very cute story, once again.
Here's a feel-good story about one man's attempt to do something about the homeless problem in San Francisco. A real mensch.
One morning this was an email in my inbox. A few days later, it was a story. A fun one to be sure.
These guys take their cold brewed coffee very seriously. in Berkeleyside.
It's always fun talking to friends about what they do and what they're passionate about. And it was funny that I spoke with the other Rebecca Katz in the same week. We are all going to meet soon.
I got to check out Hakkasan, the fancy shmancy Chinese place with a Vegas-like atmosphere in downtown SF recently for their Chinese New Year lunch. Being invited to these things is sure fun.
I love how one story leads to another. When I got invited to a media dinner to experience Oliveto's new sound system (which I wrote about for Bay Area Bites) I met Nique Farrar, a newlywed, and ended up writing about her and her French husband Julien Veyrac for the Chronicle.
I admit I'm being a bit snarky here, but I really did like what I cooked from this very religious cookbook.
Alix is a personal chef and freelance writer in the SF Bay Area. You can keep up with her writing and cooking here.