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SF Dish of the Month (April 2013) - Voting

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Here are the candidates for SF Dish of the Month April 2013.

Everyone is welcome to vote once by pressing the recommend button for the dish you'd like to choose. You can vote even if you didn't participate in the voting round, but make sure you only recommend one choice (you can change your mind up until the deadline).

I narrowed the nominations down to the following based on what seemed most popular....but if there's something else you'd like to be on the ballot, you can write it in, and then others can vote using the recommend button. If you write something in, that will be considered your one vote.

Voting will be open until March 31st at 9 PM PST

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  1. BREAKFAST SANDWICH

    1. CANTONESE WONTON NOODLE SOUP

      3 Replies
      1. re: Dave MP

        I really hope this wins at some point

        1. re: hungree

          gotta be in caps for it to count
          CANTONESE WONON NOODLE SOUP

        2. re: Dave MP

          One of my favorite things but I don't know anybody in SF who makes one that I really love.

        3. ASPARAGUS (dishes where asparagus is a primary ingredient)

          1. BABA GHANOUSH

            1. KHAO SOI

              1. ASPARAGUS

                1. CANTONESE WONTON NOODLE SOUP

                  1. The winner of Dish of the Month for April is Wonton Noodle Soup...it won by one vote. You can find the reporting discussion here: http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/896524

                    The popularity of "asparagus dishes" as an option, though, leads me to think that maybe should consider two different "of the months" on the SF board, especially since so many restaurant menus use seasonal ingredients. So, should we also have an "Ingredient of the Month" discussion for San Francisco, in which case we could start off April with asparagus?

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                    1. re: Dave MP

                      I think that's a great idea.

                      I might call it "Seasonal ingredient of the Month" to keep the focus clear.