Food & Wine

Last Thursday of November 

Whether you want to celebrate Thanksgiving at home with your family, with some friends or in a nice restaurant, don't plan your dinner at the last minute. 

[updated] The celebration of Epiphany in France is a tradition at least as important as Christmas... no buche this time, but a galette des rois or king's cake! 

Last thursday, we joined a nice group of bloggers at Chantal Guillon's SOMA location, for the launch of Bitte's Spring/Summer collection. Here is our little story of our end of the afternoon in a sunny SOMA.

Sweet for sure, but not only. The SF Bakery that has been everywhere in the media recently offers surprising creations that lead to daily waiting lines in front of the store. We went there and we tried.

[updated] We most probably found a new contender to become a member of the very private club of the best croissants and viennoiseries in San Francisco.

The Market on Market, the new place to be to do your grocery shopping in San Francisco.

[updated September 15, 2017] Foie gras ups and downs in California.

Foie Gras was ''officially'' back in SF ! And already an appeal is announced. Foie Gras in California, it's a long, complicated story with multiple unforeseen or sudden developments.

[updated] The ultimate French dessert tradition for Christmas is the "Buche de Noel", translated as Yule log. Here is a short selection of bakeries where you will find some delicious ones!

San Francisco, the city of foodies, is home to a few excellent butcheries. Fatted Calf is one of them and carnivores know about it since its opening in Hayes Valley a few years ago. 

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