Location: San Francisco, CA
Arizmendi Bakery offers locally-baked delicious breads, granola, english muffins and more.
Our clocks have moved forward an hour, but our palates may still crave a little taste of fall. This week’s savory recipe highlights a few amazing items from our market, including microgreens from our newest vendor Lifefood Gardens! Garlic-Rosemary Mushrooms with Home Maid Ravioli Ingredients: 3 Large cloves of garlic Olive oil from Terra Savia Mushroom assortment from Far West Fungi: Maitake, Shiitake, King Oyster Salt and Pepper Package of mushroom and roasted garlic ravioli from Home Maid Ravioli Spicy … →
Even our most loyal shoppers may be missing out on some of the best products that MCM has to offer, simply because they don’t know where to look! This week, we’d like to let you in on some of the best-kept secrets at MCM – in the hope that they won’t be secrets for long! We know you love their assortment of raw and flavored nuts, but have you tried the deliciously creamy Roasted Almond Butter from Winter’s Fruit Tree? Come on down and pick … →
This week’s recipe combines three different recipes to create one delicious breakfast treat, perfect for any Sunday morning. Seize the opportunity to learn how to create your own home-made buttermilk biscuits, a delightfully easy mushroom hollandaise sauce, and poached eggs. Stop by the market this week to pick up some fresh oyster mushrooms from Far West Fungi, a lemon or two from Twin Girls Farm, and some delicious cage-free organic eggs from Great Valley Poultry to delve into morning creativity! … →
This flavorful chard sausage stuffing makes a hearty side dish at your Thanksgiving table. And it’s chock full of amazing ingredients from the market! Like tasty bread from Arizmendi Bakery, sweet and savory chicken apple calvados sausage from 4505 Meats, robust pioppini mushrooms from Far West Fungi, and toasty walnuts from Winters Fruit Tree. Plus look for fresh produce for this dish – swiss chard, leeks, garlic, and herbs – at Blue House Farm and Happy Boy Farms. This recipe comes together … →