My new cookbookTartine: A Classic Revisited from Chronicle Books. I collaborated with a team of our bakers to develop ideas I’d been wanting to add forever to our original book, and the result is an almost entirely new book.
2. Permanent Collection
Founders Mariah Nielson and Fanny Singer have designed a collection of clothing, accessories, and objects that reflect their artistic and culinary backgrounds. Using beautiful textiles and working with crafts people to produce their line, these are things to collect, lovingly use, and pass down.
3. Soul Food Farm
Just an hour's drive north of San Francisco, this family-run farm holds events and dinners well worth the trip. Their Women of Abundance event is coming up; grab a ticket and listen to speakers discuss regenerative culture, economy, and community while having lunch under a tree. You can also buy some of their olive oil made on the farm.
4. Wyld CBD gummies
I'm a fairly new convert to CBD, but a long-time insomnia and jet-lag sufferer. I love the quality and flavors of these and they get me to sleep in no time (but not in an over-medicated, knocked-out way).
5. Fat and the Moon
These handmade toiletries, scents, cosmetics, and first-aid balms use natural and organic ingredients that feel and smell wonderful. Self-care products from this talented herbalist are more than just an impulse-buy — they’re essential.
6. Wooden Table Alfajores
I rarely purchase sweets, but when I'm craving a cookie these are un-put-downable. Two shortbread rounds sandwiched with dulce de leche and rolled in coconut are tender, buttery, and melt in your mouth.