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Recciuti Chocolate Lab  Posted on 03/06/2013
This photo says it all! My MIL is visiting us at the moment. On Sunday we took her out for brunch and then on to the new Recciuti Chocolate Lab (like hubby, MIL is a bit of a chocoholic) in the up-and-coming Dogpatch area of town....
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Baby-friendly Mini Fruit Pancakes  Posted on 03/02/2013
I concocted this recipe and I to find creative ways to make my baby eat eggs. I also found that it was a useful way to use leftovers fruits and fruit purees. LM loves bananas, but they have to be very ripe and she will often just take a...
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I’m Back!  Posted on 02/21/2013
I’ve been on a bit of a hiatus from this blog because I was busy ‘cooking’, ‘delivering’ and taking care of a baby! Yes, Girl in Fog City is now the proud mama of a one-year old baby (henceforth referred...
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A Secret Barbecue, A Secret Garden and a Mural!  Posted on 03/15/2011
Fay Park: A view of one of the to gazebos in the park from the lower level I sometimes check out a very cool website/blog called Funcheap SF. A couple of weeks ago I was intrigued to find a listing for a secret barbecue, sponsored by...
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You Say Tomato!  Posted on 03/04/2011
A Tomato! Image © pfly (via Flikr) This blog is intended mainly for British expats or “wanna be” expats or people interested in linguistic differences between the UK and the US. Having lived in the US for 2 years, it never...
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Low Fat/No Fat Banana Bread Recipe  Posted on 02/11/2011
Low Fat Banana Bread I was looking for an easy recipe to use up over-ripe bananas and I came across a Fannie Farmer banana bread recipe with no fat in it! I thought of my friend, the Fat Conscious Foodie, who is a fan of recipes with...
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Scary American TV Cooks I Love to Hate!  Posted on 12/21/2010
Fran: This blog’s for you! I have been meaning to blog about some of my early experiences after moving to the States. I started writing this blog months ago, but it’s taken me a while to complete it! When I first moved, I was...
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Go Giants!  Posted on 11/04/2010
Giants fever hitting San Francisco! Even our local pizzeria showed its support! Baseball is a big deal in the US. If you are a foreigner like me, but have watched any popular American films, you would know this. Keen to experience this...
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Tuna Noodle Casserole (Low Fat) – My Way  Posted on 10/22/2010
The half-eaten Tuna Noodle Casserole. I forgot to take a photo of it before we'd had our dinner! Gosh! I wrote this blog AGES ago and decided that it needed a bit of tweaking and promptly forgot all about it! Since I haven’t done...
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  • Sha 16 August 2012 20:40:07

    Hi Aarti, I gotmarriedand got my Green Card through my husband. Sorry I couldn't be of more help!

  • Aarti 15 August 2012 12:01:53

    Hi there,
    I am a Brit looking to relocate to San Francisco. While researching I came across your blog. I'm still in early stages of research! Can I please ask, what visas did you go on? Were you sponsored by a company or did you go as a student ?
    Thanks
    Aarti

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