Stories from Kathleen Hill

Kathleen Hill: Figone at Readers’ Books

Laura, Sondra, Molly and more in Sonoma food news

Kathleen Hill: Lupercalia, Reel and Rocket, Ferrer flutes and more

More Valentine’s treatsLet’s remember that Valentine’s Day has its roots in Lupercalia, an ancient Roman fertility festival originally celebrated on Feb.

Kathleen Hill: Food news from the Sonoma Valley

Dave Viviani switches family food businesses Longtime scion of the Viviani cheese family, Dave Viviani, participated in the family’s Sonoma Cheese Factory business, which was sold, taken back, and sold again.

Kathleen Hill: Good Food Awards honor Sonomans, and a ‘shrub’ from Kansas

Food and wine news from Kathleen Hill.

Kathleen Hill: Red Grape reopens, farewell to Beni the dog...

The Red Grape unpeels After a two-week closure for remodeling and redecorating, Carol and Sam Morphy have reopened their Red Grape with its thin crust pizzas, ample salads, and the best clam chowder around, to say nothing of hamburgers and huge stacks of truffled union rings and meatballs.

Kathleen Hill: Mushrooms, Meryl and more

Wine and mushroom celebrationJohn McReynolds and Stone Edge Farm invite mushroom enthusiasts and food and wine lovers to join in an epicurean adventure way up in the clouds at Silver Cloud Vineyard on Saturday, Jan.

Kathleen Hill: Crab update; unmerry Xmas for Pasta Pomodoro staff

Crusty Crab update Dungeness crab fans are finding slim pickings along the Pacific Coast, from Half Moon Bay to the U.S

Kathleen Hill: Last-minute NYE plans?

Last minute New Year’s opportunities to party Reservations are available at Ramekins Culinary School for its NYE Celebration 2017 “in true Hollywood Style.

Kathleen Hill: Martini Madness gets its swizzle sticks stirring

Martini Madness comingMartini Madness brings its great martini competition and tasting to Saddles Steakhouse at MacArthur Place again on lucky Friday, Jan.

Kathleen Hill: Cuisinart recall

Cuisinart and the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission this week recalled about eight million food-processor blades after receiving reports from consumers of broken blade pieces in their processed food.

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