The Year In Food » Fine Seasonal Eating

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Happy Summer, friends! I hope that you’re enjoying tomatoes, figs, evening walks, aimless bike rides, river swims, and the company of people who make you feel good. As time marches on, it feels both a little trickier and exponentially more important to carve out a little time for these moments. These days, I’m more than […]

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  • Walt - Great to enjoy your work again Kimberley! These are some great photos! You capture the essence of food, the outdoors & people …
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  • gabrielle - Hey The Year in Food!

    Nice to meet you, my name is Gabrielle and I work with Jones—one of the best kept secrets of San Francisco! We love your Blog and are interested in being featured as another go-to spot for Late-Night Bites and Drinks!

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  • Mary Dona - Hi! I have benefited greatly from reading your blog. Would love to know more about this topic. Thank you and enjoy!ReplyCancel

(This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Italian Trade Commission. All opinions are 100% mine.) For many years at the holidays, I drove to San Diego, where most of my northern California family had moved to, from San Francisco, where I lived. If timed right to bypass the worst of snarled […]

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  • Peter Stafford - Kimberly:

    You photograph and write about foods and drinks so superbly. As I read this my mind was turning to cravings of the wines I knew and a readiness to explore those that were new. Loved the photos and the descriptions.

    Thank you!ReplyCancel

  • Walt - Once again Kimberley your writing and photography really convey the essence of tasty cooking, good foods and now wines. I enjoy Italian wines and will give one or two you mentioned a try.

    Alla vostra salute!ReplyCancel

  • Walt - I have to mention that the link to learn more about the “wines of Italy” is very informative, especially about the wine regions.ReplyCancel

  • Cindy - Fabulous post Kimberley!! The photography is amazing as usual, and the wine pairings are a perfect match. I’ve always enjoyed Italian wines and your descriptions brought back fond memories of Lambrusco. Something tells me ‘Italia’ will be making an appearance at one or more holiday tables this year!ReplyCancel

  • Arthur - Oh, wow. You know, the way you are taking photos is so gorgeous. All pics look like paintings, and I mean it.ReplyCancel

(This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Italian Trade Commission. All opinions are 100% mine.) Fall is here. The crisp, crackling air, jumble of amber-toned leaves making inviting messes all over the streets, long, pale-gold slant of sun, if it’s even out here in the gloomy PNW. With the seasonal shift, […]

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  • Pete - The true drink … my wife LOVED this! =)ReplyCancel

  • Doug - It’s hard to find people experienced in this topic, but you sound like
    you know what you’re talking about! ThanksReplyCancel

  • Lauren - I love orange wine, thanks for sharing.ReplyCancel

  • Sarah @ Snixy Kitchen - I have so much to learn about wine – I like the idea of natural wines!ReplyCancel

  • Walt - I missed this one and went back from your most recent post I’ve enjoyed Italian wines for years and followed the link to “learn more about Italian wines”. The web site is very informative especially (to me) about the various wine producing regions. I will try the wine you suggest that pairs well with pizza.ReplyCancel

  • Sonja Overhiser - This is so gorgeous! We love all things Italy and this looks absolutely up our alley.ReplyCancel

  • Mahima Git - It looks very yummy.
    Thanks for sharing such a delicious recipe with us.ReplyCancel

  • olivia - Great post! I absolutely love your photos. their amazing and super duper pretty ;) learned so much about wine today hahaReplyCancel