JOHN ASH AND COOKING WILD TO BE FEATURED IN TALLMAN HOTEL’S CELEBRITY CHEF SERIES OCTOBER 15 On Saturday evening October 15, the Tallman Hotel in Upper Lake continues its series of special dinners with celebrity
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CHAWAN MUSHI Serves 4 Chawan mushi is Japanese comfort food that combines eggs and dashi (the basic stock of Japan) to make a light custard and then it is steamed or baked in a hot
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,
I'm having a problem with all of the companies who are offering home delivery of foods to be cooked by the subscriber like Blue Apron. It's not that they aren't quality but they are exceedingly
“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’ &
SPECIAL EVENT ... AND YOU ARE INVITED! Tallman Hotel 9550 Main Street, Upper Lake, CA 95485 Saturday, October 15, 5:30 PM– 8:30 PM Tallman Hotel Dining Room Please join us for a celebration of Chef John
ASIAN PEARS The Asian or oriental pear has been in America since the late 1800s but it’s only in the last decade or two that enough trees were planted to provide for commercial production. These
Dear Chef Ash, On behalf of Cavallo Point and the Cooking School team, I can’t thank you enough for sharing your time and talents with us last night. Your distinctive menu, your engaging teaching points,
“Flavors of Fall” & Book Signing by Chef John Ash 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
One of the widest and most beautiful parts of the Mendocino Coast is Point Arena, home to the Point Arena Lighthouse. Originally constructed in 1870 and rebuilt after the devastating 1906 San Francisco earthquake, which