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Meesha Halm is a content strategist, cookbook whisperer, and digital storyteller. She is the author of over 20 restaurant guides and cookbooks including The Balsamic Vinegar Cookbook, Savoring the Wine Country, and the co-author of Sous Vide at Home and Sous Vide Made Simple. Her writing and videos have appeared on The Food Network, Tasting Table, Zagat, Michelin, Bravo, and Tastemade. Customers Also Bought Items By.
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I’m not sure how she met Lisa but I’m glad she did. Co-Author Scott Peabody provided the recipes and culinary direction for this book. He is a professional chef who attended the Culinary Institute of America and has worked for Jean-George Vongerichten and Thomas Keller. Monica Lo is the photographer and art director for this book and all I can say is she is amazing
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Wine Country is the region of California, in the northern Bay Area, known worldwide as a premium wine-growing region. The region is famed for its wineries, its cuisine, Michelin star restaurants, boutique hotels, luxury resorts, historic architecture, and culture. Viticulture and wine-making have been practiced in the region since the Spanish missionaries from Mission San Francisco Solano established the first vineyards in 1812.