Eating Your Way Through the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival

EatDrinkFilms is proud to co-present two more features at this year’s San Francisco Jewish Film Festival, following Thursday’s gala opening night showing of Doughwhich will have several more screenings. Continue reading

Pizza Negroni, Stiletta, Parson’s Negroni Slushy, and Negroni Popsicles from THE NEGRONI by Gary Regan

NegroniCoverThe Negroni is one of the simplest and most elegant drink formulas around: combine one part gin, one part sweet vermouth, and one part Campari, then stir and serve over ice.

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IRRATIONAL MAN: Distortion and Truth

by Dennis Harvey

By general consensus, 2013’s Blue Jasmine was Woody Allen’s best movie in years — a fair assessment, although tipped tremendously by Cate Blanchett’s spectacular lead performance. Continue reading


A Baker’s Dozen: Southern-Style Sour Cream Cornmeal Poundcake (and The Un-Cake)

by Dianne Boate

Cornmeal has come a long way in the hearts of cooking people for its versatility within a wide variety of dishes. Continue reading

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A BORROWED IDENTITY: Growing Into the World

by Len Weiler

There’s a universality to coming-of-age stories. Continue reading



This week’s two comical shorts include one from a pair of actor-directors whose Breaking the Fast screens at this year’s San Francisco Jewish Film Festival. Continue reading


MR. HOLMES: A Cold Case

by Russell Merritt

Sherlock Holmes is a singular character in more ways than one. Continue reading