Heather in SF is an avid cook, cocktail technician, winetaster, and aficionado of food porn. Heather is currently obsessed with bacon, caramel, chickens, bourbon and rye and 100% cacao bars.  She was featured in 7×7 Magazine’s April 2012 Money issue and is a former culinary tour guide in the Bay Area. Heather is also a knitter and photographer and has been known to be rather crafty and writes about these non-food-related fun at The Inadvertent Redhead.

(FYI, I am not the same “Heather in SF” who has tattoos, not that there’s anything wrong with that, it’s just not me.)

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If you want to email Heather in SF, please feel free to leave a comment or contact her at “cacaogrl AT gmail DOT com”


6 responses to “About

  1. Darling ~ you have such a talent for writing. I think you have a new calling in the Food & Wine section of the great SF Newspaper. Wish I had been there. If I ever get back that way, I’ve got to go to the open market with you.
    Fond memories of myself and your uncle in the Napa Valley visiting the wineries….Ahh Sebastiani…so little time.
    Hugs, B

  2. Heather- Had a hard time tracking down your email address but we’ve been able to open up another spot for Friday night’s dinner at RN74- would you still like it?

  3. Hi Heather,
    I was the empanda maker at the Pisces Party! You were enjoying Harrold and the rest of the band and their great music. Of course my husband and I had to check out your website. Umm…makes us hungry. We just might have to make some of the chicken soup,we’ve already tasted the meatballs! When, I don’t know… Looking forward to reading about your adventures. Happy cooking! Karen & Chris

  4. Hi Heather

    Just wanted to say hi and thanks for making me feel welcome at the picnic. It was hard for me not knowing anyone. Also for the awesome sangria. Let me know if there is anything we can do to help. Or if just want to go out to eat and grub 🙂

    Take Care

  5. You refer to Jeff Smith’s Rabbit and Leeks recipe as one of your two favorites; Julie’s being the other. I used to have that recipe from Jeff Smit’s cookbook but in a bitter domestic break-up it ended up in her box of books not mine, along with several other items in dispute. I did keep my dog. If you have the Jeff Smith Cook Book that contains his rabbit and leeks recipe please be so kind as to list it on your blog, the recipe that is. I’d be most grateful. I’d be even more grateful if you’d just e-mail it to me


    • I am happy to send you the recipe. I have been through those domestic disputes as well and was so happy to find things I had treasured that didn’t make the move. Thanks for the visit and I will email you once I get home. Happy New Year!

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