North Coast Wine & Food Festival – June 10, 2017

SOMO Village is once again the host to the 2017 North Coast Wine & Food Festival 1400 VALLEY HOUSE DRIVE, ROHNERT PARK, CA 94928 Saturday, June 10, 2017 Begins at 12:30 p.m.  WEBSITE: http://www.northcoastwineandfood.com Enjoy

The Clever Root Cookbook Review of “Cooking Wild”

It's an honor to be reviewed by the Clever Root. If you're not familiar:  https://thecleverroot.com

The Marriage of Food & Wine Thurs. April 13th, 6-8p, $80 with Renowned Chef John Ash

For many of us the task of putting food and wine together harmoniously is a mystery. Too often wineries as well as wine professionals have over analyzed or rhapsodized about wine and used language that

Cooking Wild ~Eating Close to Nature~ Wed. April 12th, 6-8p, $80 with Renowned Chef John Ash

On the Menu: Hen of the Woods Mushroom Tempura & Ponzu Sauce Chilled Green Pea Soup with Purslane Sable Fish, Tomatoes, Pine Nuts & Olives Roast Venison with Blackberry Sage Sauce Maple Flan John's new

An Interview with Chef John Ash by Teresa O’Conner, UC Food Observer

It was an honor to be interviewed by Teresa O’Connor, the assistant editor of UC Food Observer. She had attended a food bloggers conference where I spoke. Her questions are thoughtful and her subsequent article,

“Flavors of Fall” & Book Signing at Korbel!

“Flavors of Fall” & Book Signing at Korbel! September 10 (Sat) Hours: 11am - 3:30pm Join us for crush at Korbel! California champagne and food pairings featuring recipes from Chef John Ash’s ‘Cooking Wild’ &

Sonoma-Cutrer Wine and Cookbook Offer

Sonoma-Cutrer has this great offer, that includes my new book, "Cooking Wild" a bottle of 2013 Les Pierres Chardonnay, and 2013 Vine Hill Pinot Noir for $99, shipping is included. Find how to order here

Press Democrat: Father of Wine Country cuisine John Ash gets close to nature with ‘Cooking Wild’

Here is an exciting article in the Press Democrat today about my new book, "Cooking Wild" by Diane Peterson. The article includes a recipe and starts here ... "John Ash of Santa Rosa, known as the