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... a spice-rubbed slow-roasted pork(from the Oxbow Market-not from the woods) that cooked all night.
Gary and I roasted whole chickens with carrots, onions, and potatoes. Elaine and Bill bought tender aged beef steaks and marrow bones.
... redwood trees of Marin County.
After a delicious lunch in Mill Valley we headed off to Tiburon down the coast, however, we missed a left turn and had to backtrack which meant it was a heads down cycle all the way.
Alas, we missed the ferry back to SF and as it was a 2 hour wait for the next one we had to turn back to Sausalito.
Back in Sausalito we joined a huge queue for the ferry only to ...
... and with a really sweet ocean freshness. Lamb from long term supplier in Vermont, a relationship developed before he opened French Laundry. Quail very tender and moist with no gamey taste at all. Then came the cheese course from the Andante Farm. Dessert was a sumptuous multi-course affair which doesn't have the whimsical Alice in Wonderful "wow" factor of the Fat Duck but here with a hint of the American influence of mini doughnut.
... each type of grape. We lunched at V. Sattui, a bustling deli and wine shop, who only sold there wines here. Bill, who introduced the several wines was informative and generous, letting us try more than our share. The dry Riesling and Madeira were two surprises. We lunched on bread, cheese, salami and Sauvignon Blanc. Croatian winemaker Grgich was next. Though his wines ...
... all sorts, it was fantastic! And after we'd sampled some of the cheeses we decided that the packed lunch we'd made earlier was no match for the deli! So we splashed out a little and had a lovely little lunch in the garden of the winery which was probably some of the best food we've eaten for a long time haha! Janet also informed us that there was a Tattinger vineyard in Napa and after visiting the one in France when ...