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By ALEXIS CHEUNG - Friday Jul 21, 2017
- Media Chewing on a Russian Collusion 'Wish Sandwich'
Saturday Jul 15, 2017
"Have you ever heard of a wish sandwich? A wish sandwich is the kind of a sandwich where you have two slices of bread and you wish you had some meat," sang the Blues Brothers in 1980.
- Marshawn Lynch taking over Emeryville soul food spot Scend’s
By Justin Phillips - Wednesday Jul 19, 2017
According to KTVU, Beast Mode is taking over beloved Emeryville soul food restaurant, Scend’s, once the restaurant’s owner Cassie Nickelson retires next month. The kitchen doles out crispy fried catfish, fresh oysters and prawns as easily as it does red beans and rice and fried chicken. The 80-year-old Nickelson told KTVU that about two decades ago, she was running a catering business out of her apartment in Oakland. The liquor license for the restaurant has yet to change hands, so for now, Lynch is not yet an official owner. Last year, the running back launched his own line of namesake candy bars called “Beast Mode.” the chocolate bars come in three flavors: s’mores, peanut butter and chocolate mint cookie. Word right now is the menu will stay pretty much the same at Scend’s, based around seafood (fried catfish, tilapia, oysters, prawns) fried chicken and sandwiches. Lynch’s choice to reportedly take the place over once Nickelson steps down just highlights the superstar’s commitment to investing in the East Bay, specifically Oakland, because remember, as he said in Twitter post addressing his decision to come out of retirement for the Raiders: “I’m really from Oakland doe like really really really from from Oakland...”
- Pal’s Take Away extends Oakland stay, expands to rotisserie meats
By Justin Phillips - Wednesday Mar 1, 2017
Pal’s Take Away is evolving out in Oakland. After a few years bouncing around the Bay Area, not only does the shop have long-term residence in Oakland’s Forage Kitchen, the menu is being tweaked, and the name has transformed into Pal’s Take Away 25th St. Rotisserie and Sandwich Shop.
The menu has expanded to include half or whole porchettas with marash chile, fennel, and garlic; half or whole rubbed local chickens; and ginger-mint and lime-basted Sonoma lamb legs.
The shift at Pal’s is really just the backdrop for a bigger story — the sandwich outfit’s success earned it an extended stay at Forage Kitchen’s cafe. The original plan for that space was for it to be a rotating residency for members.
Pal’s is actually the first business to take the post and according to Forage Kitchen co-owner Iso Rabins, he’s not looking to usher it out any time soon.
“We’re just playing it by ear and it’s really going well,” Rabins said. “As far as the future goes, we aren’t putting any end date in sight.”
Jeff Mason, owner of Pal’s, said the shop has always had a client base willing to seek it out. The trend is continuing at his new extended-stay Oakland space.
“In terms of where we go next, I’m looking for a small spot with some foot traffic,” Mason said. “I don’t have anything in mind at the moment.”
Pal’s is also offering up rotisserie whole fish specials along with daily lunch selections of sandwiches and salads. It’s all pulled from the Oakland farmers’ markets, along with the shop’s seasonal vegetable baskets.
Pal’s was in San Francisco for five years before moving to Firebrand in Oakland for a while. Now, Mason said the Forage Kitchen space gives him time to just work and methodically plot the next step.
“We’re just going to see what happens,” he said.
Pal’s Take Away 25th St. Rotisserie and Sandwich Shop: 478 25th Street, Oakland, palstakeaway.com
- Sports Calendar, July 5-6
Tuesday Jul 4, 2017
Sports Calendar, July 5-6BaseballToronto at N.Y. Yankees MLBNetChicago White Sox at A’s NBCSCA (95.7)Giants at Detroit NBCSBA (680)N.Y. Mets at Washington ESPNArizona at L.A. Dodgers MLBNetMinors:Rancho Cucamonga atBasketballPro-Am:Dream Team vs.South Bay, Kezar PavilionCyclingTour de France, Stage 5 NBCSNGolfPGA Europe:TennisWimbledon ESPNBaseballGiants at Detroit NBCSBA (680)Milwaukee at Chicago Cubs MLBNetMinors:Rancho Cucamonga atBasketballWNBA:Pro-Am:Oakland Believers vs.Bay City, Kezar PavilionCyclingTour de France, Stage 6 NBCSNGolfPGA Europe:Irish Open, continuing coverage GolfCh.Web.com: LECOM Health Challenge GolfCh.PGA:Greenbrier Classic GolfCh.LPGA:Thornberry Creek Classic GolfCh.PGA Europe:SoftballWorld Cup:Canada at United States ESPNTennisWimbledon ESPNTrack and fieldDiamond League:TrackTown Summer Series ESPN
- Dunkin’ Donuts Customer Says “Angus Steak” Sandwiches Aren’t Actually Steak
By Chris Morran - Friday Jun 30, 2017
Yes, the meat in Dunkin’ Donuts’ Angus Steak breakfast sandwiches may look more like a sausage patty than a porterhouse or a ribeye, but does that mean it’s not actually “steak”? One customer says the sandwich doesn’t meet a federal definition for that term. But there’s a big bird-shaped problem with that definition.A lawsuit [PDF], filed this …