- One (1) pantry basket filled with artisan meats and a carefully-curated selection of olive oils, vinegars, salts and more
- Notes on each item written by Chef McNaughton
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Imagine shopping at the market with culinary master and local ingredients evangelist Chef Thomas McNaughton. Then, dine on a sumptuous meal for two prepared by Thomas at his San Francisco hot spot, Central Kitchen.
Next time you host an intimate dinner party, let acclaimed chef Thomas McNaughton lend a hand. Thomas will prepare an unforgettable dinner for six at your home, complete with thoughtfully-selected wine pairings.
The ultimate gift for your favorite home cook. You will receive a beautiful polished lacquered recipe box, a hand signed recipe from Michael Mina and two other seasonal recipes from our exceptional roster of chefs. Each subsequent month, we will mail two additional seasonal recipes from our chefs' collections.
Don’t just consume an exquisite meal; help create it. Join Thomas McNaughton for an intimate and hands-on pasta class, before enjoying an amazing dinner with wine pairings. For up to six guests.
The best way to experience farm-to-table freshness is to travel to an actual farm. Join Chef Thomas McNaughton at Devil’s Gulch for a tour and an incredible meal prepared by Thomas. For up to six guests.
Help create a cookbook worthy of Thomas McNaughton’s creations. You’ll taste potential recipes and learn to style beautiful dishes for the photo shoot. Then celebrate with a special dinner for two.
The Food Bank’s mission is to end hunger in San Francisco and nearby Marin County, where 1 in 4 residents are in need of food assistance. This year, they will distribute 45 million pounds of food to the community, half of which is fresh produce. This is enough food for more than 102,000 meals each day. 70 percent is distributed through a network of 230 weekly farmers’ market-style pantries that help individuals, seniors and families stretch their food budget. Food is also distributed through additional programs such as senior centers, soup kitchens and youth programs.