San Francisco Treats

No Rice-a-Roni here! Now I know many people are sick of the Foodbuzz Festival recaps so I am going to keep it at just 2, my Tasting Pavilion and Gala Dinner posts. I do, however, have a few Sonoma posts and one from San Francisco to go. Since it’s Friday, I thought I would have a little fun with food eye candy from San Francisco and its surrounding areas.

Before I launch into my photo delights, I did want to say that I’d like to get back to doing a weekly Friday Foodie Feature. If you would like to be featured, just shoot me an email at traveleatlove at gmail.com.

While at the Foodbuzz Festival, we were subjected to a little forced mingling in the form of swapping a foodie gift that represented our region or blog. I brought a bottle of Bonny Doon Verjus given the amount of cooking I do with wine (and the fact that I forgot to make/bring something from Boston!).

For the fun Friday question I would love to know what foodie gift you would bring (or did bring, if you attended Foodbuzz Festival) to represent your region, blog, cooking style etc.? I am looking forward to your responses!

Taqueria El Jarro, our pre-wine tasting at Bonny Doon snack

Taqueria el Jarro

Taqueria el Jarro

Tilapia tacos, not fried, just delicate white fish surrounded by fresh avocado, cilantro, and spicy salsa

tilapia tacos

The San Francisco Ferry Building, aka, food heaven

Cheese at Cowgirl Creamery

Cowgirl Creamery

Macarons at Miette

Miette macarons from Miette

‘Shrooms at Far West Fungi

lobster mushrooms

Mission Minis put the B in Foodbuzz

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More tacos, more hot sauce, and more salsa at El Sombrero in Healdsburg, CA

salsa and hot sauce

Ahh yes, we at well both at Foodbuzz Festival and in our travels around Northern California. Wine tasting posts to come!

And if you have a second, please check out my latest Examiner.com post!

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  1. Michelle’s avatar

    I would definitely bring a jar of kimchi because although I don’t do it often, Korean cuisine was the first type of cooking and food I remember. And in that, it is a huge part of who I am as a cook!

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    1. traveleatlove’s avatar

      Mmmmmm I love kimchi! I would love to learn to make Korean food sometime.

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    2. Elizabeth’s avatar

      That avocado on tacos looks AMAZING. I wanted to get macarons from Miette really badly, but didn’t know how well they’d hold up.

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    3. Daisy’s avatar

      all this food is making me jealous of your travels and HUNGRY

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    4. Kristy’s avatar

      Those macarons looks amazing!!!

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    5. Jess’s avatar

      I’m waiting for those Sonoma posts!! Missing it already since my last trip there in Oct!!

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      1. traveleatlove’s avatar

        I posted about the amazing Wine & Food Affair here:
        http://traveleatlove.com/2010/11/a-wine-and-food-affair/

        I am starting my tasting room series tomorrow! Thanks for commenting :)

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      2. Susan’s avatar

        That was a perfect Friday post, love the photos!

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      3. Jolene (www.everydayfoodie.ca)’s avatar

        I love reading all the different re-caps … everyone has a different perspective on the event :-)

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      4. Grace’s avatar

        Ahhhh macarons from Miette! Beautiful!

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