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|2019-05-06May 6, 2019
For a few years now, I’ve noticed these large steaming volcanic-like bowls at other people’s table and wondered what they could be? For a few years now, I’ve noticed molcajete on a few of my regular Mexican haunt’s “especiality” menus, but I didn’t dare order one without any information. They seemed large and a little pricey, too, like much more food or more than I wanted to spend on lunch. While the former is true, the later isn’t – molcajete’s may be the best bargain in any restaurant in Sonoma County. Here’s what they are. A molcajete is a traditional Mexican three-legged mortar and pestle often with a pig carved out in the front. While it can be used for grinding and mashing salsas, spices and guacamoles, it is now seen in these parts as a blazing hot serving bowl for fantastically flavored stews. Somehow, these dishes feel like they display the heart of Mexican cooking.
|2019-04-04Apr 4, 2019
Twist Eatery, a restaurant in Forestville, features fresh, inventive and balanced cuisine, according to Valery Larson, the Gazette's food columnist.
|2019-03-01Mar 1, 2019
There are at least 13 restaurants in Sonoma County that feature Samosas. Join me on a whirlwind tour of some of the best.
|2019-02-28Feb 28, 2019
A smile from a new friend. The smell of your new car. Winning the lottery. Sure, those are all nice, but forget all that --- IT’S RESTAURANT WEEK!!!
|2019-01-07Jan 7, 2019
Spend Saturday, Jan. 26, sampling chowder at numerous Bodega Bay restaurants and voting for the Best Chowder on the Sonoma Coast.
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