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The tiniest habanero in the world, and I grew it.
Bartlett pears galore - it's harvest time in the Sacramento Delta! (What a gorgeous area, btw - you must go).
Another entrant in the Courtland Pear Fair duck-calling contest: Gracie.
Runner up in the Courtland Pear Fair duck calling contest. Look at all those whistles!
Roasted peppers @CaminoOakland . So meltingly good.
Leg of lamb resting by the fire last night @CaminoOakland (cc @AprilBloomfield )
Peter, Russ & @AprilBloomfiled at our dinner @caminooakland last night. Oh, what a night!
Someone out there must know a Canadian chef who would flip out over this 1913 book, w/folding maps! $60.
...and cookbooks for boys.
Are we in a rut? Seems the world is split into cookbooks for girls...
On a cloudy day, you can still pretty much see forever. Or at least to Oakland.
Stopped to eat wild plums & take in the view on my walk to work today. Who wouldn't live here?!
Nice photo from last night's panel from @LuckyPeach : David Chang, Chris Ying & Peter Meehan!
I love this 1914 guide to canning, preserving & pickling that just came in!
@piscotrail Arrgh - I JUST sold it. BUT, get ready to freak out over these which just came in.
One of my favorite cookbook titles ever, from 1973.
Here's the lovely menu Camino did for our Marcus Samuelsson dinner - who will join us for the April Bloomfield one on the 25th?
Nice photo of Marcus Samuelsson signing books with me at Camino - I want his Red Rooster shirt!
Check out this rare Cuban drinks book I just snapped up, from 1933 (you can re-snap it up for $400).
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