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Creamy Meyer Lemon & Orange Citrus ‘Butter’

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~ Am planning to make candied citrus peels & slices for the holidays, so we should have a small supply of Meyer Lemon & Orange Citrus Syrup and/or Butter. Let us know if you’re interested and we’ll keep some for you! Meyer Lemon & Orange Citrus Butter *Out-of-Stock* 8oz~$12 ea, 4oz~$7ea, 2oz~$5 Gift Basket Sampler […]

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Gettin’ Figgy Wit It

(I couldn’t help myself) What’s your favorite figgy food? I figure I have to post a few figgy articles, so here is one about tasty fig products. Dalmatia Orange Fig Spread is one of the most delicious jams I’ve ever had. The honey-sweet of the figs paired with fragrant orange is pure bliss. I have […]

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Rosso Pizzeria + Wine Bar in Santa Rosa

When I was at the Santa Rosa farmers market the other day, David from Crescent Moon Farm recommended a local pizzeria that prepares dishes with some of Crescent Moon’s veggies. Pizza? Local sustainable ingredients? Sign me up! We got a chance to go there last night and the best way to illustrate how fabulous the […]

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Pluot Gateau Basque from Petaluma’s Della Fattoria Bakery

We have a sweet long-time friend who lives in Petaluma and introduced us to Della Fattoria’s cafe and bakery a couple years ago. We just went that one time, but when we saw their bakery at the San Francisco Ferry Plaza farmers market, we decided to stop by and see what they had. We remembered […]

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Ferry Plaza Farmers Market Part Deux: Spring Hill Jersey Cheese

Yesterday I posted the first in a series, on my epic journey through Foodie Heaven. I mean…the San Francisco Ferry Plaza Farmers Market. I have to admit I really have a thing for dairy. I don’t drink, so I’d make a terrible wine connoisseur, but I love cheese. I’ve tried to give it up on […]

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Pita Cafe in Rohnert Park

I have to say, I don’t usually think of strip malls as having great gourmet food, but more and more, I’m finding that to be the case. There is a great little place called Pita Cafe in Rohnert Park. It’s about an hour and a quarter north of San Francisco right off Highway 101. Pita […]

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