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Wednesday, February 13, 2019
 
 
  Brown Sugar Kitchen opens first San Francisco location  
 
Brown Sugar Kitchen opens first San Francisco location
 
Tanya Holland closed the original Brown Sugar Kitchen in West Oakland several months ago, but now it's back — in San Francisco's Ferry Building. The new menu has been distilled down to her greatest hits — chicken and waffles, cheese grits, and smoked chicken and shrimp gumbo, among other things. Expect long lines, especially in the early going. Here's everything else you need to know about the new Brown Sugar Kitchen.
 
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Twelve-inch skillets are a staple of any home kitchen. But which ones do you really need? Here are America's Test Kitchen's top picks, no matter your preferred material (or price point).
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