EaterWire: Truck Improvements, More Falstaff Specials

THE MISSION—This Thursday and going forward, expect a few changes from the Mission Street Food Truck. They're hoping to continue to lessen the wait and will be implementing the following changes: the Asian Pear Slaw will become a semi-permanent offering, the mushroom offering will become bacon-worthy, and this week, the cookies will be replaced with brownies—"hopefully involving molten chocolate." [EaterWire]

SOMA—Last week, Jack Falstaff announced Sunday suppers, and now they're also bringing back the Grower's Dinner promotion. The first installment—next Tuesday the 21st—centers around suckling pig from Manteca Farms, runs five courses and costs $100, which includes wine pairings. More details can be had here. [EaterWire]

NEW YORK CITY—The Mothership has the goings-on from the weekend's seminal Wine & Food Festival, but TONY's blog reports some entirely nutty actions by Paula Deen during her demo, including—but not limited to—the following: kissed audience members, called the Neelys the "black Deens," removed her hair extensions on stage, and our personal favorite: "Took a can of Reddi Whip (from her cooking demo, natch) into the audience, sprayed a rosette onto a man's head and then ate it." [The Feed via Eater]For more stories from Eater SF, go to

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