Last year, my dear friend Kailey and I made a pact to have brunch at a much touted bakery on Valencia Street in the Mission district by the name of Craftsman and Wolves. I must admit, I was very pleasantly surprised when I strolled into Craftsman and Wolves like a wide eyed kid plastered to the jewel like display cases of delicately crafted patisserie (brownies, rolls and cube cakes) as well as the expertly constructed viennoiserie (croissants, brioche, morning buns and financier).
Tag: San Francisco
You’re in for a sweet treat at the de Young Museum in San Francisco, Georgia O’Keefe at Lake George exhibit thru May 11, 2014.
From magnified botanical compositions to panoramic landscapes, the works in this exhibition offer a deeper understanding of the spirit of place that was essential to O’Keeffe’s artistic evolution.
From 1918 until the early 1930s, Georgia O’Keeffe retreated annually to Alfred Stieglitz’s family estate on Lake George in upstate New York, where she reveled in the discovery of new subject matter and found respite in the rural setting without the distractions of city life. O’Keeffe’s experiences there inspired one of the most transformative and productive periods of her career, energizing the development of her signature modernist style.
The term Alligator Pear came from the shape of the fruit resembling a pear and the Mexican Aguacate, French Advocaat, Portuguese Abacate and Dutch Avocatpeer.
It’s time to begin training for the 8th Annual San Francisco Chocolate Salon coming to the Fort Mason Center – Festival Pavilion on Saturday March 15th, 2014 from 10AM to 6PM.
I’ve been invited to this year’s San Francisco Chocolate Salon as a guest judge and I’m excited to taste the latest in chocolate creations by some of the most talented chocolatiers. Join me for an outrageous day of chocolate in San Francisco, I guarantee you won’t be disappointed.
Amano Artisan Chocolate from Orem, Utah, Marti Chocolatt from Los Angeles, Guittard Chocolate Company from right here in the San Francisco Bay Area, William Dean Chocolates from Florida Amella Caramels from El Segundo, flying noir from Oakland, Scharffen Berger Chocolate Maker of Hershey, PA, Taza Chocolate of Somerville, MA, Fera’wyn’s Artisan Chocolates of San Francisco, Marco Paolo Chocolates from Van Nuys, Nuttyness from Oakland, Neo Cocoa from San Francisco, NewTree from San Anselmo, Smitten: Artisan Truffles from Portland, Oregon, Jade Chocolates from San Francisco, Socola Chocolatier, Toffee Talk, chocoMe US, Shokomonk, Plumeria Flours, Marich Premium Chocolates, Clarine’s Florentines from San Francisco, The TeaRoom Chocolate Company from San Leandro, Kika’s Treats from San Francisco, CC Made from San Anselmo, CocoDelice from Emeryville, Charles Chocolates from San Francisco Sacred Chocolate from Novato, Saint & Olive from San Francisco, Clairesquares from San Francisco, Quail Point Chocolate from Napa, La Chatelaine Chocolat Co. from Bozeman, MT, CocoTutti from Alameda, Be A Gourmet from Arizona, Farm Fresh To You, Krave Jerky from Sonoma, Ultra Crepes, Cacoco from Nevada City, R&B Cellars from Alameda, Raff Distillerie from Treasure Island, H-G Vineyards from Lodi, Rosa d’Oro Vineyards from Kelseyville, Twisted Roots Wine from Lodi and Carmel Valley, Spicy Vines from Napa, Quady Winery from Madera, DAVIDsTEA from Quebec, Canada, Almanac Beer Co.“Biere de Chocolat” from San Francisco, Soleil Communications, Tipsy Tea, New Orleans Bill, The Melt, The CookBook Lady, Honey Cooler Handmade, The Social Beauty Co., V. Sheree Publishing, San Francisco Professional Food Society and more.
General Ticket Information
Adults: $20 Advance Purchase
Adults: $25 Early Entry
Adults: $30 Door
Children under 6: Free*
Children, 6 to 12: $10
*Applies to 2 children per adult. Each additional child under 6: $10
Salon Entry includes all chocolate & wine tastings, demos, etc.