Tully's celebrates local, small batch artisanal discoveries in your backyard.
December 29, 2010
Tully’s celebrates local, small batch artisanal discoveries in your backyard.
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Artisanal Discoveries, Northern California
• Sip, savor, and learn why Santa Cruz mountain legend Burrell School vineyards makes the Dean’s List among Bay Area wineries. A trip to the tasting room is worth the drive.
• Go to Chocolates specializes in crunchy English toffees and salt caramels. Find these and more at the San Mateo Farmers’ Market on Saturdays.
• Part restaurant, part culinary think tank, the Local Mission Eatery aims to keep great, creative cuisine in the neighborhood.
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Artisanal Discoveries, Southern California
• Handcraft your own candles with ease at Pure Light. Select a favorite scent, shape, and color. Better yet, you can gather family and friends for a party at one of two Los Angeles locations.
• L.A. gourmets grab all-natural ice cream sammies from the roving Coolhaus truck. Flavors vary from Chocolate Chipotle to Balsamic Fig & Mascarpone. Click here for its current location.
• Visit the Dosatruck to find crisp lentil crêpes (think pancake) filled with south Indian combinations.
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Artisanal Discoveries, Pacific Northwest
• For every wine, there’s a story. Visit one of Seattle’s three Wine Outlet locations to learn about their unique finds and unwavering passion for truly great wine.
• Using milk from a local dairy to make their prized handmade cheese, Beecher’s retail shop and deli-café near Pike Place Market is always worth a visit. Choose from locally made foods to eat in or take out.
• Seattle’s Watson Kennedy stocks vintage home items, jewelry by local artists, and more.
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Artisanal Discoveries, Denver
• Feel good about getting ice cream. Sweet Action in Denver is 100% wind-powered and sources fresh milk and cream from local dairies. Handmade cones are stuffed with madcap flavors like Chocolate-Malt Whoppers, Tequila Sunrise, and Baklava.
• Find unique handmade alphabet charms and hand-tooled leather boots at Cry Baby Ranch in Denver. There’s also a variety of Western-themed furnishings, clothing, and jewelry.
• Travel north and head straight to the source for handcrafted goat’s milk cheeses and fudges, all from The Ranch at Fossil Creek, a working goat/llama ranch near the picturesque Tonto National Forest.
• Dine at the Barrio Café in Phoenix and enjoy comforting, handmade Mexican cuisine such as chicken breast with roasted poblano peppers or spinach salad with roquefort, apples, and slow-roasted tomatoes.
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