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October 30, 2001
The Mendocino County Alliance will hold their second Mendocino Wine & Mushroom Fest in California on November 7-18. For details see: http://www.gomendo.com/events/mushroom2001/index.html
On a sad note, co-founder of the Women Chefs and Restaurateurs, Barbara Tropp died Friday, October 26th in San Francisco, California. The fomer owner of China Moon restaurant in that city and Chinese scholar died of ovarian cancer. Diminutive Barbara will be missed!
October 27, 2001
Want to see a vineyard change with the seasons? See: Vinevue.com where a webcam transmits live pictures of a St. Helena, California vineyard every 10 minutes. Archived photos show past seasons.
Internationally recognized authority on Chinese and Southeast Asian cuisines Joyce Jue takes us on a tour of Chinatown in San Francisco, California. Note the unusual foodstuffs Sally found on the tour, sponsored by Ramekins Somona Valley Culinary School.
October 20, 2001
Enjoy this photo tour of a commercial mushroom plant with an explanation of the entire growing process: http://www.fabulousfoods.com/features/pictsweet/pictmushrooms.html
To celebrate its 25 years as a pioneer of California cuisine, founder-owner Michael Wild and executive chef Lauren Lyle have written BayWolf Restaurant Cookbook. This highly personal cookbook, with over 100 recipes, follows Bay Wolf through its twelve special seasons.
Postrio restaurant in San Francisco, CA is into "fall flavors." Pastry chef Christine Law offers "Pumpkin tiramisu with spiced ladyfingers and candied pumpkin seeds."
"Taste of the Greenbelt" will be held this Sunday, October 14th in San Francisco, CA. This World-Class Food, Wine & Microbrew Tasting celebrates the incredible bounty produced by Bay Area farms and the Greenbelt Alliance. Call 415-398-3730 or visit: www.greenbelt.org
October 7, 2001
Wisconsinite Lucy Saunders takes us traveling through Wisconsin to find beer and cheese, while supplying us with recipes and guide information...Gold Among The Green.
The Culinary Institute of America has launched the first online cheese course, The Professional Chef Discovers California Cheese, focusing on artisan and farmstead cheeses: www.ciaprochef.com