Experience the spirit of Cambria as you visit numerous unique and wonderful kitchens, each full of inspiring ideas you can apply to your own home, now or in the future.
Have a fun, interesting day as you enjoy an epic progressive feast of small plates, wine and beer.
Participate in a fabulous raffle with amazing prizes such as local vacation packages; collections of premier local wines; adventure packages; a Williams-Sonoma gift certificate, etc.
All proceeds from the event benefit the Friends of the Fiscalini Ranch Preserve, a 437 acre hiking and wilderness preserve along the coast in Cambria.
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Recipes from the 2017 tour are now available as a FREE download at ffrpcambria.org
...the six homeowners who graciously opened their kitchens for viewing; Shelly and Doug Schultz, Avril Allan and Stephen Beck, Diana and Richard Clark, Sally and Mark DiMaggio, John Neufeld, Maureen and Nelson Hubbell and to all of our sponsors; Ocean Heir, San Simeon Travel, Home Arts, Betty Malone, Realtor, Pacific Hair Design, and Robin’s Restaurant who underwrote the expense of producing this event, a heartfelt thank you.
The wonderful raffle prizes were generously donated by Moonstone Landing, Friends of Hearst Castle, Bob and Susan Detweiler, The Sea Chest, Moonstone Beach Bar & Grill, Sandy’s Deli & Bakery, Among Friends, Boni’s Tacos, Cutruzzola Vineyards, Café on Bridge St., Cambria Coffee Roasting Company, Centrally Grown, Cookie Crock, Creekside Gardens, Harmony Café, Indigo Moon, Mojo’s Village Bean, Olallieberry Inn, Redwood Café, Soto’s True Earth, Sow’s Ear and Wild Ginger.
The professional services of Shanna Mc Cormick, Robert Tieman, Laila Tallon and Peter Jandula-Hudson are very much appreciated.
We also need to thank A Matter Of Taste, Handsome Bakes, La Terraza Mexican Grill, Montello Fine Foods, Linn’s Restaurant, Bassetti Vineyards, Firestone Walker Brewery and Fog’s End for graciously contributing to the wonderful day.
Pat Burbank, Ron Perry, Carolyn Kelley, Marcus DiMaggio and Sandra Martin serenaded all with lovely background music.
Once more, we thank the smiling ladies and men in blue and red aprons who volunteer to act as our very capable docents by greeting tour goers and guiding people through the kitchens. There are just too many to list! Some have been volunteers since our very first kitchen tour in 2000. This event would not be possible without them. We are grateful for their cheerful willingness to volunteer for these duties each year.
And last, but certainly not least, we’d like to thank the men behind the scenes – the ones who put up signs, schlep the heavy supplies and run errands during the event.