Berkeleyside’s online food magazine NOSH, covering the East Bay, launched in November and publishes many stories every week on restaurant openings, ethnic food finds, news, chefs’ secrets, recipes, and much more. In case you missed them, here are some of the articles that have appeared there in the past few days:

Bites: What’s new, what’s hot, what’s happening This week’s food round-up includes news of a new Ethiopian coffee spot on Grand Ave. and a sour-beer brewery coming down the pike in Berkeley.

With new restaurant Duende, Paul Canales breaks free The owner of the buzziest new restaurant in Oakland talks about why he left Oliveto to do his own thing (seen, above with his kitchen crew).

Raj Raja

Raj Raja creates community, great food at Cafe Raj Raj Raj (left), owner of Café Raj, lived in France, and he has incorporated elements of French cooking into the menu at his popular Albany restaurant.

Meat matters: Two new films focus on hot issues A documentary featuring Berkeley’s Local Butcher Shop and a new film called American Meat have sustainability top of mind.

Flavorful and fragrant: A recipe for Turkish coffee meringues These treats are full of sweet coffee taste and delectable spice – they can be gluten-free, fat-free and dairy-free too.

Make sure you don’t miss East Bay food news on Berkeleyside NOSH: bookmark NOSH and follow NOSH on Twitter, and on Facebook.

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