I recently enjoyed a quick trip to the San Francisco Bay area, and where better to spend your birthday morning than wandering about Berkeley drinking great coffee and stumbling upon the Berkeley Farmer’s Market—incredible variety of vegetables, fruits, prepared foods, olives, crafts, characters, and great conversations.
Weeks earlier when researching the location for my meeting I discovered that it was, oh yes, one small block away from Chez Panisse, so of course I had to make reservations for a birthday lunch in the upstairs cafe before the meeting. Chya! Delicate flavors and a sweet setting, it was all that I had hoped. That was also the day of seeing the Korean Folk Music Orchestra and experiencing Korean bar food (including the best kimchi I’ve ever eaten) afterwards. It was A Good Day.
(Thank you, Scott)
“The thankful receiver bears a plentiful harvest.”
Here are a few last minute ideas if you’re still looking for a fun Thanksgiving dish.
From My Darling Lemon Thyme:
Cabbage, Coriander and Sesame Winter Slaw
Spice Roasted Butternut with Herbed Millet
From Kale and Caramel:
Harissa Butternut Latkes
Pumpkin Mousse with Ginger Caramel
Sage Roasted Brussel Sprouts with Cheesy Bread Chunks
From 101 Cookbooks:
Raw Tuscan Kale Salad
Mashed Potatoes (and clouds)
Miso Sesame Winter Squash
From Awesome Cookery:
Balsamic Brussel Sprouts with Grapes
Pickled Cumin Carrots
Potato Celeriac Apple Mash
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A little treat from the Beat Museum in North Beach…The Source by Chuck Workman