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August 31, 2007



Having moved around quite a bit in my life, I know it is not easy to say goodbye to a place we love and enjoy

but I am sure you will be very happy in the West Coast, and I'll be waiting for you cooking adventures from SF

GOod luck!


I think that you will not be disappointed from a food perspective!

We consider SF to be a seasonal-eater's paradise.

Our treat last week, for example, was heirloom tomato caprese with flash-fried stuffed squash blossoms. All fresh and local from blossom to mozarella. Yum!

While I'm sure you've already done your research, be sure to trott on down to the Ferry Building
or Allemany market
once you are in town and have a gander!



Stephanie Beack

Sally, thanks so much. Indeed, it has not been easy but California greeted us with a gorgeous weekend of sunshine, so maybe I'll stay a little longer.

Jeremiah, Hey, thanks for the links! I'll definitely be checking them out next weekend. I've heard so much about the food so am looking forward to many gastronomic delights but definitely the Farmer's Market will be my favorites!

Croutonboy, I know. Totally have been bumming...


We miss you terribly Steph!

Steve and Susan


Good luck with the move! I'm sure you will find San Francisco's culinary offerings just as plentiful and quality! I've heard many great things and I'd love to visit the city one day. You're lucky to live in such great cities!

Stephanie Beack

Hillary, indeed I've got a good culinary life and SF is a great hub too. The long standing rivalry between NY and SF food I'll just have to conduct enough empirical research to eventually weigh in. If the heirloom tomatoes and avocados I bought at a small Farmer's Market are any indication, I'm off to a good start.


Can't wait to read all about your adventures on the other side of the country - will think of you anytime I eat a artichoke :)

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