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Foie-geddaboutit at Boot and Shoe Service Tonight; Attempt to Recreate Dishes from Top SF Restaurants

Plus, hand pies in the FiDi and ceviche galore.

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Boot and Shoe Service
Boot and Shoe Service

OAKLAND—  The season of giving isn't over just yet. Lucky NYE diners at Boot and Shoe Service will receive the gift of foie gras, the forbidden fruit of California. It's not illegal to give it as a gift, so don't bother calling the cops— just eat it and be very, very grateful. [EaterWire]

SAN FRANCISCO— For the ambitious culinarians out there, 7x7 has amassed a collection of "Secret Recipes" from some of San Francisco's most popular kitchens. Namu Gaji's Korean fried chicken, 4505's burger and Tosca's House Cappuccino top the list. [7x7]

INNER SUNSET—  Nuevo-Latino restaurant Pasion has reemerged as Frasca Peruvian Kitchen after a quick remodel. The new Frasca will join chef-owner Calvo-Perez's three other successful locations throughout San Francisco. They'll be open for New Year's Eve festivities, so drop in for some family-style ceviche and Peruvian food. [Hoodline]

FINANCIAL DISTRICT— The FiDi just got its own "better-than-a-hot-pocket" pie kiosk— Peasant Pies is now serving up savory hand pies for weekday breakfast and lunch. Vegans will rejoice to find the garbanzo bean curry pie on the menu, an oasis in a land of meaty sandwiches. [EaterWire]