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Spring 2006

Spring Lamb

Spring 2006

The lamb and spring have long been synonymous. Both are potent symbols of rebirth dating back to ancient times. While I tend to prefer to let images such as Botticelli’s graceful “Primavera” dance in my...

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Old World Herbs for the Kitchen Garden

Spring 2006

“Are you going to Scarborough Fair?
parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme.
Remember me to one who lives there -
she once was a true love of mine.”

Forty years ago, Simon and Garfunkel released their album...

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The Earthquake Trail

Spring 2006

The 1906 earthquake that rocked San Francisco, burning the city for three days, was the worst temblor ever to strike a mainland American city. Yet it left its most visible reminders in the most rural of...

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Donna Elle

Spring 2006

Pushing her three-speed Schwinn aboard the boat in Woods Hole, a 17-year old Donna Elle set off to spend a summer on an island that would inspire her life of design.

Elle knew she couldn’t stay...

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The Restaurant Scene

Spring 2006

The quiet days of winter provided the backdrop to more turnover in the island restaurant scene than I can remember in recent years. From the time you get off the boat at Steamboat Wharf, big changes are...

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Point Reyes Gems

Spring 2006

Hand-crafted, creamy, luscious rounds of Cowgirl Creamery cheese melt hearts and palates across the San Francisco Bay Area. The oozy rich cheeses spread across homemade crackers and brick-oven bread so...

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Nowhere Like Napa

Spring 2006

Rob Sinskey has been making wine for 20 years. His wife Maria has been with him for 10 of those. An acclaimed chef in her own right, coming from PlumpJack in San Francisco, Maria runs the kitchen at...

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Angela & Seth Raynor: Living the Dream

Spring 2006

Seth and Angela Raynor have two successful restaurants and culinary connections with some of the biggest names in the country. What’s next?

Just maybe their own TV show.

It was late. It was hot. It was...

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