savoring the fruits of yesterday.

Technically, October is “fall”, when farmers markets are overflowing with pumpkins and apples and you’ve exchanged your wedge sandals and summer dresses for jeans and knee high boots. Perhaps you’ve moved on from rosé and your new drink of choice is a #PSL. But what if summer has decided to hang on for a little […]

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instagram: ferry building haul

Probably my favorite Ferry Building Farmer’s Market haul to date.  We came away with fresh rabbit from Devil’s Gulch, duck breast from Golden Gate Meat Co., cheese from Cowgirl Creamery lobster mushrooms and sea beans from Far West Funghi, and an assortment of seasonal delights: strawberries, baby artichokes, sorrel, heirloom tomatoes, peaches, squash blossoms, radishes, […]

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market bounty.

It’s a rare thing when Jules and I get up early on a Saturday, but when we do, we always do something fun like exploring a part of the city that we’ve never been to.  I’ve lived in San Francisco for 12 years, and I’d never been to the Alemany Farmers Market, which is located […]

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to market, to market: scenes from the sf ferry building.

One of my favorite things to do in the entire world is to head to one of our great outdoor markets.  Farmer’s Markets are a commonplace thing in Europe, where the refrigerator units are small, necessitating daily shopping. Here in San Francisco, we have a plethora of supermarkets that stock good produce year round so the […]

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