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My Latest Examiner Article: Williams Sonoma Connects Local Foodies to Local Food

Who would've guessed that Williams Sonoma in Union Square would evolve into a destination for food enthusiasts, like myself, to get up close and personal with all-star industry professionals? And half of the demonstrations and classes offered are free!

The following is an excerpt from my latest examiner article that goes into detail about the changes happening at Williams Sonoma, and how you can take advantage of them! To read the full article, please CLICK HERE


"Quick! When you think of the best place to interact with San Francisco’s top local food vendors, what’s the first spot that comes to mind? If you wanted to attend tastings and demonstrations with local chefs, where would you go? If you’re like most, you’re probably thinking of the Ferry Building, the epicenter of locavore gastronomy for all of those people that take their food very seriously. With over 200 merchants, walking tours, classes and demonstrations from local chefs, and celebrity chef forums, it’s long been regarded as the City’s foodie wonderland.

But recently, an unexpected name has established itself as a rival location, where the public can interact with some of the City’s most respected industry professionals. Williams Sonoma in Union Square, known primarily for their upscale kitchen and household supplies, recently launched a new program that gives culinary enthusiasts the opportunity to participate in workshops with local merchants, attend free cooking demonstrations, and engage with like-minded people in the culinary community."...Continue Reading

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