Korean tacos are the ultimate in East-meets-West, street-food fusion. Here HeyKristen shares her experience of Namu's version. I heard a ton about these tacos (most recently in a New York Times article) but I had yet to try them. I got a chance this weekend during San Francisco's Outside Lands music festival, and was not disappointed! The tacos come with a seaweed "shell" and are filled with beef, rice, onion, and a delicious spicy sauce. They ended up being the perfect festival food . . . I ate six of them over the course of the weekend!
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- Olive oil's extra virginity is questionable. — National Public Radio
- Tales of the Cocktail previewed the most exciting new spirits seen in years. — Washington Post
- Korean-style tacos are finally going mainstream. — New York Times
- A primer for grilling fish with planks. — Chicago Tribune
- European kitchens, much like their American counterparts, are deeming vegetables the new bacon. — Wall Street Journal
- Tijuana's answer to street food: spicy seafood soup. — San Francisco Chronicle
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I'm completely serious when I tell people that the Ferry Plaza farmers market is a major reason why I live in San Francisco — it would not be an overstatement to say that the first time I went there, it changed my view of eating. So I could barely contain my excitement when the market's organizer, the Center For Urban Education and Sustainable Agriculture, or CUESA, announced it would be instituting a Thursday farmers market with an emphasis on artisanal street food. I took a trip over during my lunch break to see what the hype was all about. Learn more about the street food market — only in its second week of existence! — when you read on.