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The Nosh Wire: 11.10.14

Quetzal Farm Cayenne and Jalapeno peppers Photo William Newton
Quetzal Farm Cayenne and Jalapeno peppers. Photo: William Newton

A16 in Rockridge rocks (510 Foodie)
Cupkates owner opens ‘nostalgia’ bakery Stateside in Berkeley (Nosh)
Sunday suppers trendy (Eater SF)
Market Report: Winter squash offer beauty, variety (Nosh)
Bites: Stateside Bakery, The Growlers’ Arms, more (Nosh)
Thanksgiving take out in Berkeley? (Chow)
Clove & Hoof butcher and restaurant set to open next week in Oakland (Inside Scoop SF)
Where to buy nama age deep fried tofu in Berkeley? (Chow)
Another Whole Foods coming to Berkeley (Chow)
How to bake your own amazing pumpkin pie, with help from Oakland’s PieTisserie (SF Magazine)
The quest for the best breakfast burrito near campus (Daily Cal)
The Growlers’ Arms [Glenview, Oakland] (Chow)
‘Occupy The Farm’: In Berkeley, the revolution will be irrigated (KQED)
Townie restaurant in Berkeley now serving weekend brunch (East Bay Loop)
Barlata Oakland finally closes; Grange Hall coming in January (Inside Scoop SF)
510 news: A Dora Pie, The Growler’s Arms now open (tablehopper)
Gather seeks proposals for a very Berkeley piece of artwork (Inside Scoop SF)
Taste of the Nation East Bay Nov. 16 on Claremont Hotel (Chow)

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