Written by an "anonymous food insider," San Francisco Magazine's newest feature, Dead Meat, is a serialized novel that sets its lasers on the SF food scene. As SF Mag Editor in chief Bruce Kelly explains it, "[Dead Meat] is the of SF's world of chefs, bloggers, Ferry Building posers, grass-fed meat hucksters, and the like."


The main character, David Tuckwall, is the fictional(ish) food writer who dares to venture inside the underbelly of the local food scene. The first chapter's main villain is, of course, an "angry vegan." Aren't they all.

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