The Sun Eats - Kristin Jorgensen


Delicious gifting

Delicious gifting

Often, a present is opened, consumed or played with, enjoyed briefly and then quickly forgotten.  If you hope to give a gift that... Continue

A delicious, thankful Thanksgiving

A delicious, thankful Thanksgiving

On this holiday that is completely centered on the idea of being thankful for the things each of us have in our lives, we’re meant... Continue

Cider: the quintessential autumn sipper

Cider: the quintessential autumn sipper

It might be something about the crunchy rust-colored leaves littering the yard, the nostalgic scent of wood smoke drifting in the... Continue

Williams-Sonoma is cooking up some fun

Williams-Sonoma is cooking up some fun

I stumbled around the new Williams-Sonoma store in a hazy fog of culinary lust, my desire for everything near blinding.  The just... Continue

Hot Box Grill: new owner, same comfy fare

Hot Box Grill: new owner, same comfy fare

I have great respect, love even, for a restaurant that serves a twice-baked potato.  The simple combination of fluffy potato innards... Continue

Sonoma: coffee country

Sonoma: coffee country

Sonoma, of course, is famous for wine and us locals certainly do our best to sip it any and every chance we get.  Thing is, us Sonomans... Continue

Earthquakes, biscuits, and bourbon

Earthquakes, biscuits, and bourbon

I think it was the frantic sound of wine bottles angrily rattling against each other, the clank-clank-clank of glass, so insistent... Continue

Eat out, be happy

Eat out, be happy

Do you know that feeling when you dine out, the feeling when you exit the restaurant into the fresh air of the real world outside,... Continue

First bite: Rossi’s

First bite: Rossi’s

It is inevitable that I will fall hard for a place sporting collard greens.  Throw in some hush puppies and you know it is all over... Continue

Prolonging the season: oven dried tomatoes

Prolonging the season: oven dried tomatoes

Those lovely, tiny cherry tomatoes that are spilling from their little green baskets, the teeny red ones, the tear-shaped yellow,... Continue