culinaria eugenius in the bay area: meat and great

It’s useless to try to capture the food experience of the San Francisco Bay Area.  But we still try. I’ve been here for a long weekend, mixing research and fun.  Actually, no, just eating.  It’s such a delight to be in a city one knows well with likeminded friends.

Here’s one for the carnivores.

Roast Chicken with Bread Salad and Greens, Zuni Café, San Francisco.

Meat Cone 1, Ferry Building Farmers Market, San Francisco.  I had the pleasure of browsing the market with Sean Timberlake of Punk Domestics, the wizard behind the preservation collective blog that you must check out if you are interested in putting up food.

Meat Cone 2, Ferry Building Farmers Market, San Francisco.

Local sardines, yum, Ferry Building Farmers Market, San Francisco.

Chickens hang out with jars of pickles, Ferry Building Farmers Market, San Francisco.

 

One thought on “culinaria eugenius in the bay area: meat and great

  1. Sean 13 July 2011 / 7:49 am

    :) So lovely to spend the morning with you!

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