Bakesale Betty owner Alison Barakat pulls out cookies for the lunch crowd at Oakland's Temescal neighborhood on Telegraph Avenue, between 51st and 42nd streets.
A blue bewigged former chef at fancy Chez Panisse, Barakat created 
 a fried chicken sandwich -  a succulent slab of buttermilk-breaded poultry on a Torpedo roll, garnished with jalepeno-flecked slaw.
Bakesale Betty owner Alison Barakat pulls out cookies for the lunch crowd at Oakland's Temescal neighborhood on Telegraph Avenue, between 51st and 42nd streets. A blue bewigged former chef at fancy Chez Panisse, Barakat created a fried chicken sandwich - a succulent slab of buttermilk-breaded poultry on a Torpedo roll, garnished with jalepeno-flecked slaw. The Sacramento Bee
Bakesale Betty owner Alison Barakat pulls out cookies for the lunch crowd at Oakland's Temescal neighborhood on Telegraph Avenue, between 51st and 42nd streets. A blue bewigged former chef at fancy Chez Panisse, Barakat created a fried chicken sandwich - a succulent slab of buttermilk-breaded poultry on a Torpedo roll, garnished with jalepeno-flecked slaw. The Sacramento Bee

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