San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) March 13, 2007
The luck of the Irish comes to Beyond Wonderful this month, as host Barbara Adams welcomes guest chef Sean Canavan of O'Reilly's Holy Grail.
A German-born chef with a passion for fresh, local ingredients, Canavan is right at home at O'Reilly's Holy Grail, noting many similarities between the culinary cultures of Ireland and his native country. Indeed, Canavan's unique ability to balance classic Irish charm with European sophistication and New World innovation has made O'Reilly's Holy Grail http://www.oreillysholygrail.com one of the Bay Area's premier dining destinations.
As guest chef, Canavan shares his recipes for traditional Irish favorites like colcannon and soda bread, as well as more elaborate offerings like nettle ravioli and oyster and sausage fritters. This month's visitors to Beyond Wonderful will also enjoy Irish cheese pairings from resident cheese expert Mark Todd, plus tips on potatoes from produce guru Dan Avakian.
Looking beyond St. Patrick's Day, Beyond Wonderful http:// http://www.beyondwonderful.com offers hundreds of classic and seasonal dishes for everyday and special occasions -- all meticulously kitchen-tested. The site also features an ever-growing library of engaging articles and monthly columns on wine, produce, baking and cheese from a panel of culinary pros.
About Barbara Adams' Beyond Wonderful
Beyond Wonderful launched in September 2004 from the San Francisco Bay Area; an internationally renowned center for culinary innovation. The brainchild of Barbara Adams, Beyond Wonderful delivers all the color, flavor, vitality and spice of this magnificent region in an ongoing culinary adventure from farms to markets to vineyards and beyond -- culminating, of course, in the kitchen. For more information, contact pr beyondwonderful.com.
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