A lot of direct copy and pasting going on up in here.
"...variety of specialty foods, including Afghani walnuts, pine nuts, pasta, pickles, seasonings and spices." - Mina
"...variety of specialty foods, including Afghani walnuts, pine nuts, pasta, pickles, seasonings and spices." - [link]
"The meals highlight Afghan cuisine, known for savory basmati rice dishes, tender lamb and chicken kebabs, and a variety of dumplings and pasta dishes." - Mina
"Afghan cuisine is known for savory basmati rice dishes, tender lamb and chicken kabobs and a variety of dumplings and pasta dishes." -[link]
Serious Eats: [link] probably my favorite food related site. the most comprehensive site on contemporary food trends and good eats. Mucho content updated daily (hourly even)
Shopsins: [link] always worth a look for their massive ever changing menu
was a variation on Carne Asada Fries [link] which are a big thing in San Diego. Poutine doesn't seem like the best comparison. It's more like nachos but on fries. Heck I would say they have more in common with Chili Cheese Fries than they do with Poutine.
I do realize I'm nitpicking on variations of junk food but really a little research on the background of the cuisine and restaurants reviewed might be a good thing in the future. They would at least make for a more informed and intelligent read.
aka living/working in san francisco. a day does not pass when i'm not harassed (non sexually) by a homeless man or crazy guy. thats city life i guess.
The original art work is by Miss Mel Kadel. Although I doubt she had anything to do with the making of the flyer. Stealing art is no bueno.
It looks like our humble Alibi contributor found out about Vice magazine recently, how cute!