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|2019-08-07Aug 7, 2019
Our local shining star is typically overlooked in most guidebooks. Virtually everyone’s opinions for restaurant destinations in our upscale wine county world calls for driving on by to get to the perfect and fancy haunts. I think you will be surprised when you really see what is in … Cotati! Let’s take an honest look: There are a whopping 17 independent, local proprietor-owned restaurants in the little town!
|2019-07-01Jul 1, 2019
Quietly tucked away into a tight fast stretch of Santa Rosa Avenue where if you blink, you’ll miss it, is our local fish monger, Santa Rosa Seafood and a low-key bistro nextdoor. If the culinary adventurer in you hopes it's good, don't worry. It is.
|2019-06-27Jun 27, 2019
With a friendly welcome, a love affair with fresh ingredients and a Mediterranean flair, Hazel in Occidental warms the heart and tempts the taste buds with surprising and rich concoctions, writes the Gazette's Val Larsen.
|2019-06-03Jun 3, 2019
The most beautiful smile in the world has been debated for centuries. Could the most beautiful smile be the smile of desire? The smile of contentment? The smile of victory? The smile of a muse has inspired men for centuries and one of the world’s most famous smiles, The Mona Lisa smile, will forever be a beguiling curiosity. But all these smiles pale in comparison the best smile of all. The one smile that rules all others. That smile is … the Sonoma County Strawberry Patch Smile!
|2019-05-06May 6, 2019
For a few years now, I’ve noticed these large steaming volcanic-like bowls at other people’s table and wondered what they could be? For a few years now, I’ve noticed molcajete on a few of my regular Mexican haunt’s “especiality” menus, but I didn’t dare order one without any information. They seemed large and a little pricey, too, like much more food or more than I wanted to spend on lunch. While the former is true, the later isn’t – molcajete’s may be the best bargain in any restaurant in Sonoma County. Here’s what they are. A molcajete is a traditional Mexican three-legged mortar and pestle often with a pig carved out in the front. While it can be used for grinding and mashing salsas, spices and guacamoles, it is now seen in these parts as a blazing hot serving bowl for fantastically flavored stews. Somehow, these dishes feel like they display the heart of Mexican cooking.
|2019-04-04Apr 4, 2019
Twist Eatery, a restaurant in Forestville, features fresh, inventive and balanced cuisine, according to Valery Larson, the Gazette's food columnist.
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