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A Holiday Market at Mission:Heirloom; Phan, Tetrick Named Most Interesting

Plus, Cry Baby's back with December Brunch and a Best Young Chef competition.

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SAN FRANCISCO— SFGate has released the names of The Bay Area's Most Interesting People of 2014, including two of San Francisco's local restaurant and food entrepreneurs. Charles Phan, chef-owner of The Slanted Door, was included after receiving the James Beard Foundation award for the nation's most outstanding restaurant in 2014, while Josh Tetrick, CEO of Just Mayo, made the cut after his "mayo" was the subject of a lawsuit filed by Unilever for "misleading consumers." [SF Gate]

BERKELEY— Berkeley's new gluten-free restaurant, Mission:Heirloom, is hosting a holiday market Saturday, December 20. The newly-opened restaurant will offer food, wine and a variety of vendors selling handcrafted gifts in their covered garden, complete with heat lamps. [EaterWire]

MISSIONCry Baby's is hosting their December brunch pop-up on Sunday morning at PizzaHacker. Egg sandos on Arizmendi English muffins, latkes topped with Dungeness crab, and persimmon-ricotta pancakes are all part of the allure. And carafes of mimosas, of course. Cash-only; runs 10:30 am -2:00 pm. [EaterWire]

SAN FRANCISCO— Calling all talented Bay Area chefs 30-years-old and under: S. Pellegrino is searching for the best Young Chef 2015. The competition is international, and will be judged by chefs from all over the world. Interested parties have until December 31 to enter their signature dish— finalists will have their dish "reinterpreted" by a fashion designer and presented at a show in Milan. [EaterWire]

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