HERE IT ALL COMES
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HERE IT ALL COMES
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Brunch in SF

BEST BRUNCH IN SAN FRANCISCO

Does loving brunch make me basic? It might and I'm ok with that. Ten months into a new relationship, I find myself brunching more than ever. Also ok with me. While bottomless is important to some people in the crew, high-quality food and lots of syrup are my musts.  

San Francisco is a brunch city. There are literally hundreds of options, but I haven’t found a list that includes all my favs. So I made it myself. It's just a simple list. If I've left off your fav LMK and we'll go!

 
 

THIS IS A PLACE WHERE DREAMS BECOME REALITY

 
 
 
The Best SF Farmers' Markets

SF FARMER'S MARKETS

"What will you be doing three years from now?"

This was the cue in a recent meditation. After, I instantly had to write down all of my thoughts. I felt so moved by it. 

I won't divulge my most intimate desires, but one struck me very clearly:

"Have a kitchen stocked with fresh food from the famers' market." 

 

AN EGG BAKE SF BLOGGER

A PARTY EGG BAKE

Food for events. I dig building menus. Mostly because I find it challenging. I continually complicate things, but my mom is great about reminding me to keep it simple.

Menus for bridal showers are always interesting to me. People want substance (bc champagne), but don't tend to eat a ton. In our experience (which is getting up there at this point), cheese boards work great. Also, eggs! Substantive. Add a few hearty salads (more on that later) and you're set. Easy. 

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HOME BREW KOMBUCHA

Kombucha is intimidating. What is it even?  

It’s fermented tea. Did you know? I didn’t. 

Brewing kombucha at home is not a fast process, but it is very simple. The SCOBY is the weirdest part. You can buy SCOBY, but if you can swing one from a friend that is really the best option. With each new brew of kombucha a new SCOBY is made. I’m looking for people to give mine away to, but tend to throw most of them out.