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A Silly, New Parody Book For All You Foodie Fanatics

With San Francisco boasting the most Michelin-starred restos in the entire U.S., it's no wonder we have a rep for being a city filled with prideful "foodies" (much to the chagrin of Locanda chef Anthony Strong). To poke fun at our picky taste-buds comes the new tome, Pat The Foodie, the Imagineering Company’s touch-and-feel children’s parody book that is guaranteed to make you LOL. A satire of the original story, Pat The Bunny, readers will find familiar faces Paul and Judy using their smart-phones to hunt for the best dishes to satisfy their ravenous appetites, with their culinary adventures illustrated by local artist Melissa Hutton. Filled with familiar foodie pastimes like Korean taco trucks and free-range chickens, this adorable book is sure to be eaten up by all the self-proclaimed foodies on your holiday shopping list. Want to nab it as a last-minute gift? Head to one of our favorite foodie-invested spots, Pot & Pantry, to scoop up a copy.

Pot & Pantry, 593 Guerrero Street (at 18th Street); 415-204-1134.

Photo: Courtesy of the Imagineering Company

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