Health & Diet

Day of Durell

The first single-vineyard Syrah that I remember having was a Kendall-Jackson wine from the Durell Vineyard in Sonoma Valley. It was way back in...

Munching Marin

Masa PlanFlores, San Francisco’s estimable Mexican restaurant, opens its new outpost in the Corte Madera Town Center on Oct. 29. Yummers. The restaurant prides...

Self-Care Companions

The Headlands Center for the Arts is known to local art lovers for its ever-changing programming, community dinners and open houses full of natural...

The Yield

In Sebastopol last weekend, a large gathering of women farmers from around the Bay Area gathered to talk food and farming under the heading...

Glorious Caesar

A couple of Friday nights ago I was unmotivated to cook anything and with a bare larder at home in any case. I headed...

Free Ranging

Undoubtedly the biggest restaurant news in Marin is celebrated chef Michael Mina’s plans to take over the longtime waterfront Guaymas in Tiburon, with an...

Market on Wheels

To bridge the gap between farmers markets and those who don’t live near one, the Agricultural Institute of Marin (AIM) launched the Rollin’ Root...

Dining: Beer Cycles

From the outside, Fairfax's Split Rock Tap & Wheel (“A place to lose your bearings") looks the same as it always has: bikes, parts,...

Dining: Ted & Will

“I never intended on taking on this project,” says Ted Wilson, the new owner of Tomales’ venerable William Tell House.The bearded thirty-something restaurateur owns...

Dining: Sweet on Corn

No fresh vegetable is so blindly praised for sweetness, and sweetness alone, as fresh sweet corn. As the name implies, and to the exclusion...