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Feastly’s Artisan Series

We’re excited to announce a special series featuring some of the most talented and passionate producers in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Our community is important to us, and we believe Feastly Cooks are some of the most unique and create in the biz. We’re interested in fostering local connections and community by supporting Feastly Cooks on their journey to excellence with networking and educational opportunities.

This 3-part series beginning next week exclusively to our cook community will celebrate artisans doing what they love and do best!

Stay tuned for more details and photos and follow us on Instagram and Facebook to learn more about these artisans and change makers in the Bay Area and beyond. #FeastOn


Sour Flour

Thursday, August 14th

 The Mission, SF

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Danny Gabriner started Sour Flour six years ago and his first order of business was giving away 1000 loaves to neighbors and supporters. Today Danny continues building a community around the love of bread by offering workshops on the art and science of baked bread in La Victoria Bakery.



Proyecto Diaz Coffee

Saturday, August 23rd

 Berkeley

Processed with VSCOcam with f2 presetFernando Diaz’s family has coffee running through its veins after more than 100 years of harvesting and roasting beans in Oaxaca Mexico. They use this history to create an exceptional cup that not only invigorates the senses but is also helping to rebuild history, culture, and community.


Fermented Food Workshop

Wednesday, September 3rd

TBD

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Francis Bliven knows fermented food is more than a trend, it’s an inevitable part of food. Luckily so for us kimchi, sauerkraut or other cultured-food lovers. Join Francis for a workshop to demystify the technique and empower you in the kitchen. Let’s make putting a lid on it only the beginning!

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