We are encouraging guests to bring their own bottle of wine to share. There is no corkage, Wine Pairings are $20 and this is a flat fee for service. Typically it includes a pour of wine with each course/menu item ordered. We also hope to create an innovative, interactive food & wine experience with theGastronomist. We hope that each of our guests will bring an interesting bottle that we can pair with and pour for other guests aboard for the evening for a communal dining experience where many different wines can be offered, paired and tasted during the meal. - Joe Rueter Chef,Gastronomist
That told me nothing about how to hunt and find wild asparagus :(
I felt Charles's article to be very informative, considerate of others health, and keen on safety first. I'm a gourmet cook who lives in the Sausalito Hills area, and I'm an fungi enthusiast who want's to be a member of SOMA MSSF and BAMS. Too bad I have missed the last Jan fair date, but I'll inquire when will be the next one before foraging season ends.
Thank you Debbie for been informative on the other Mycological Societies, making us welcome to be a part of BMAS. I take it you have a wealth of knowledge about good and bad mushrooms, so I'll trust your discarding of mycelial transfer of toxins between adjacent fungi is just that, specious speculation with no true attributed to that. I will be contacting you for next upcoming events.
We started using Tim/FEED when we first opened Bistro 100 (100 miles of local foods) last month in Petaluma: They have made it very simple to pull vegetables from local farms for me as a new restaurant owner... We braised the baby fennel in beurre monte last Wednesday for a winemaker dinner 1 example; the vegetables we get from the farms through FEED Sonoma are in a way magical, full of flavor and vibrant and I beleive with the support of more restaurants and diners who seek these restraunt who use FEED Sonoma will only strengthen our local small farmers, economy and health... Thank you for the article is is "Right-On!"
Yes! Turmeric is scientifically proven to be as effective as ibuprofen. AND, it prompts quicker generation of stem cells, which help the body heal faster. And if you hate the taste, put the powder in capsules and use them like pills. IT'S AMAZING! Even dogs can have it - helps an old dog with arthritis without any unwanted side effects. Miraculous.
This is our neighborhood spot and we are so happy that Fork is moving in. We have loved them in their downtown location and feel so lucky to have them as our new go to for casual food dining. This location might have been "cursed" in the past, but Sarah's casual, delicious, clean and affordable food will turn that around.
Good luck Sarah.
Cheryl Pike and Arvada darnell
Serving organic chicken doesn't strike me as remarkable.
how can you call ORGANIC chicken in a restaurant 'unremarkable'?! If you're so jaded and bored, try another profession! :)
Other than that specious speculation on the mycelial transfer of toxins between adjacent fungi, this is an excellent and informative article.
But SOMA and the MSSF are just part of the spectrum of Mycological Societies in California. Check out the full list here, at the website of the North American Mycological Association (NAMA): http://namyco.org/clubs/index.html#C
One prominent local society, the Bay Area Mycological Society (BAMS), puts on a free Fungus Fair and public collecting foray every winter at Pt. Reyes. Our next Fungus Fair date is our tenth anniversary at that National Park, and will be held on the weekend of January 4th.
All are welcome to contribute collections and attend the Fair.
Best place in Marin. Love the music, love the food, and love Tod.
I love the food they offer from the truck. I send all good luck to them at the new spot. It is a great little location they just need a draw = good food for affordable prices. We will be there when it opens!
-West County Farmer John
Angostura aromatic bitters has never changed its formula. This is a very wrong statement that should not have been made!
YeeHaw! It's great to hear of another ramen place in the Redwood Empire, even if it's a bi-monthly pop up (sounds like a low-T problem, but I who am I to bad-mouth a good slurpping opportunity).
But, the "ramen injustice" you cited may be more about a lack of wandering than a lack of ramen. So, here's hoping to start a list:
1) Shige, Cotati, his absolutely outstanding ramen, and bright, cut right, sushi too.
2) Yao Kiku in Santa Rosa has good ramen, at real good prices, and a broad menu of other Japanese food.
Now you go...give two more or I wont give you another....
P.S. Don't feel bad about missing the other places. The PD's bite club actually complained that there weren't enough pho places in Sonoma County, and we have more noodle houses than non-corporate burger joints.
I'm so excited to go to the Farm to Fermentation festival this Sunday and learn how to make a variety of new fermented products at home!
Had an amazing oceanic dinner there recently: oysters, soft shell crab, sole, and briny martinis. They did Poseidon proud!
I love that place great for the whole family
so where do find this pizza joint?
Charles Swanson, married, 2 sons??!! Wow.
It's the only place I purchase my meat from. It's worth every penny. The sandwiches are fantastic too!!!
I'll take that place around the corner. At least they don't trash the other establishments.
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