Foodies will enjoy Lisa Rogovin's culinary tour of San Francisco.
For the better part of two generations, viewers have picked up cooking secrets from some of the world’s greatest chefs—from Julia Child to Martha Stewart—simply by turning on the TV. But there’s no substitute for learning in person, particularly when the experience is provided by San Francisco gourmet Lisa Rogovin.
Her In the Kitchen with Lisa culinary adventures take place all around the San Francisco area. The renovated Ferry Building is the site of several enticing shops and restaurants.
Rogovin offers a range of culinary experiences for every taste. “Shop + Cook + Eat & Drink,” for example, starts with a tour of the Ferry Building, proceeds to shopping at the Farmer’s Market with a local chef, and concludes with a lunch prepared by the group, with the chef and a sommelier sharing their expertise.
Rogovin’s gustatory adventures with cuisine on five continents and in 14 countries—after her six-year stint as a representative for Gourmet magazine—have qualified her as (in her own words) “an epicurean concierge waiting to feed the hearts, souls and stomachs of food-lovers visiting San Francisco.”
Learn more about “In the Kitchen with Lisa” at the web site
, or call 415-806-5970. Cost ranges from $60–$400, depending on the service.
This article has been adapted from the original, which was published in April 2007 by MSP Communications.