One of Everything

Posted on Feb 28, 2015

One of Everything

With a day off and no more errands to run, my sister and I stop off for some lunch in Sonoma County. We pull up to this small diner and park in a gravel lot. As we walk to the front, we pass a large chicken farm. We see the hostess and then are shown to a table under a tent with heat vents. Scanning the paper menu, it hit us that we had discovered gold. From decadent cornbread kissed with local honey, to fried oyster sandwiches with greens, aioli and pressed between a┬áDella Fattoria roll. We both looked at each other and said, “One of everything!”. Boxes to go were definitely necessary. Shown below are a few of the many things we experienced. On the left, collard greens with house smoked bacon, kale salad with pumpkin seeds and cheese, mac n’ cheese with Vella cheddar and asiago, fried brussel sprouts with garlic and rosemary. To sip in between bites, chilled local tap water and 101 North Brewing Co Heroine IPA....

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Olive You, Divina

Posted on Feb 6, 2015

Olive You, Divina

Working with the finest small farms throughout the Mediterranean, Divina is the definition of traceability. Hand picked, and hand sorted, these products represent the work of true artisans. The Organic Divina line offers cultivated and cured without pesticides, coloring, or additives.   Castelvetrano Olives are bright, apple green from Sicily. Mild and tender, these olives are buttery with an artichoke essence. Set them on the table and watch them disappear! When fire roasted, these pepper release their natural sweetness. Firm and meaty, add them to your pasta dish or sandwich.   Crunchy garlic cloves. Luscious, buttery, green olives. Great in Bloody Mary’s or martinis, or on their own out of the jar!   Organic Pitted Green Olives faithfully reflect where they come from in Northern Greece. Plump and unique. Enjoy with your favorite salad, pasta, or cocktail.   Fruity and full bodied Organic Kalamata Olives come from the Greek Peloponnese Peninsula. Ready to use as a...

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