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Wine Poached Fig and Sheep’s Milk Ricotta Crostini

This is one of my favorite fall hors d’oeuvres because the dried fruit, warm spices and red wine make me think of cold nights, autumn ...
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“The City Kitchen is a boutique culinary event company and food blog based in San Francisco. It is a blend of my love for cooking, the city that I live in and the incredible local and international products that fill our market’s shelves and stalls. San Francisco is a true melting pot where Chinatown borders North Beach and Japantown and the Mission are just over the hill. We have loads of fresh fruits and vegetables year round, amazing artisanal products and one of the most beautiful farmers markets in the country. Cooking in this city is incredibly fun, the options are endless. Going to a market in any given district can be an inspiring and eye-opening experience. I look forward to sharing my city with you.”

- Caroline Fey, owner & head chef

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Click to see behind-the-scenes photos of Caroline
working with Jacques Pepin during the filming of
his latest TV Show, The Essential Pepin, at KQED.

photos by Wendy Goodfriend

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CA Home + DesignThe City Kitchen is featured in the July/August issue of CA Home + Design Magazine. I had the chance to teach a group of very stylish, internet savvy women how to make lunch with some of my favorite summer ingredients. The menu included a Grilled Peach & Fior di Latte Salad with Moscato Vinaigrette, a main dish of Pan-Seared Halibut Cheeks over Smoked Corn, English Pea and Pancetta Risotto with Salsa Verde and, for dessert, individual Almond-Mascarpone Tartlets with Bing Cherries in Red Wine Syrup. See the recipes and photos here
The salad can be seen in a number of pictures in the article, but the recipe was not featured. For those who want to make it at home, click here