The McClelland-Priest Bed & Breakfast Inn
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... making olive oil here more than selling olives. Flavoured olive oils, very interesting.
The process is very intense - into a hopper, up conveyor belt, deleafer, washer, next hopper where they can throw in oranges or/and lemons to get crushed (including the pips), pressed through a screen etc and ...
Finding our way via BART train is a challenge. Not as easy as NY or Paris. But we get to the Omnivore Book Store -which specializes in cookbooks- to meet a favorite author.
David Lebovitz autographs his new book Paris Cooks for us. ...
... and they are now part of the fixtures and fittings.
Then it was uphill to the bridge and a wonderful ride over the water. It's only when you're up next to the giant towers that you get a sense of the scale of the bridge. It was built in 1937 and took four years to complete, it cost £35m back then, coming in under budget.
Following the building of the Hoover Dam when more than 100 men ...
We are on our second full day of sunshine in Napa. It is warm and sunny with no hint of rain. Bad for California (no rain) but good for us (no rain).
We went to a really great lunch with our friends yesterday and then to two wineries for tasting. St Supery was yummy and quite expensive. Gary and I got a wire crossed and came away with a bottle that cost way more than I ...
... set lunch (2 course at $30 and 3 courses at $37). We started with a simple pumpkin soup which was amazingly light. And the pumpkin seeds on top go so well with it. The second course was chicken and to our great surprise the breast cut was so tender and juicy. And the portion was quite big. Our lunch ended with a pumpkin dessert - really good as well. Beautiful ...