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Unique Series Explores the Boundaries of Taste

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Chef Phoebe Schilla, of Studio of Good Living, and wine veteran Liza the Wine Chick aim to prove that they can test the boundaries of taste through a series of unique food and wine pairing events that are being offered in San Francisco and Silicon Valley.

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The series kicks off in San Francisco with a two-and-a-half hour meal that pairs lamb and Easter foods with creative wine ideas. Chef Schilla’s menu features Spiced Lamb Sliders with Greek Yogurt, Sweet Pea Pancakes, Goat Cheese and Fresh Herb Mini Soufflés, Lamb Skewers with Pomegranate Glaze in addition to other spring specialties.

Wine authority Zimmerman will playfully introduce guests to a wide range of wine pairings, from classic robust California Pinot Noirs to dark and brooding Northern Italian, Chilean and cult Spanish wines. Both professionals bring an eye for value and taste for rich flavors to the table. The kickoff event takes place at SF Cookhouse’s welcoming space in North Beach and run from 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm on Thursday, April 3rd. Tickets can be purchased now at www.studioofgoodliving.com.

Chef Schilla who focuses on blending food, health and well-being has been cooking local and seasonal foods since her childhood in Maine. She has a host of high-profile clients in San Francisco and the South Bay, including a U.N. Ambassador. Liza the Wine Chick learned to love wine at her mother’s table in New York and has traveled the world. For the past two decades Zimmerman has editorially directed and written for some of the nation’s top wine and food publications, such as the Wine Enthusiast; Market Watch, the trade arm of Wine Spectator; The Magazine of La Cucina Italiana; WhereSF and Examiner.com.

For more details about the series contact Liza the Wine Chic at 415-994-0130.

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