Stories from Kathleen Hill
Kathleen Hill: Jaques Pepin doc, 4-H flapjacks and burrito woes
‘Jacques Pépin: The Art of Craft’Remember the film “James Beard: America’s First Foodie” that screened at the Sonoma International Film Festival?
Kathleen Hill: Luau, BottleRock and Mickey D’s
Italian cooking class at SCC Chef Maria Capdevielle will give a cooking class in making Mother’s Day Brunch on Saturday, May 13 at Sonoma Community Center.
Kathleen Hill: Derby menu, fish stories, and golf ball goofs
CocoaPlanet opens for dinner CocoaPlanet Modern French Café and Chocolate Factory opens tonight, Friday, May 5, for dinner, with all gluten-free entrées and desserts.
Kathleen Hill: Market vendors, Cinco de Mayo and Prohibition Spirits
Tuesday Farmers Market food vendors updateJust in: The Tuesday Night Farmers Market kicks off next Tuesday with a long list of food vendors, offering both prepared foods and unprepared.
Kathleen Hill: Spring plants, lawn bowling and more...
Garden Club Spring Plant Sale Valley of the Moon Garden Club will be selling hundreds of vegetable plants, flowers, succulents, low water and pollinator plants at great prices at the Sonoma Community Center on Saturday, April 22.
Kathleen Hill: Easter eats, pingpong potpourri and Grand Marshal Banquet
Last minute Easter dining optionsBoth Breakaway Café and Valley of the Moon Winery just sent in their Easter offerings.
Kathleen Hill: Olive gold, ‘Sunset’ celebration and farewell to Rosemary Wood
It was at M.F.K. Fisher’s “Last House” where I met both Rosemary Wood and Julia Child and ended up somehow cooking lunch for them.
Kathleen Hill: La Salette heads back to yesterday
Manuel Azevedo has just returned his La Salette back to his original à la carte style, serving lunch and dinner daily, to the joy of many customers.
Kathleen Hill: Ferlinghetti turns 98, Sonoma Springs gets canned, and more
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