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Remodelista SF Market Spotlight: Quitokeeto’s Pantry Picks

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Remodelista SF Market Spotlight: Quitokeeto’s Pantry Picks

December 11, 2014

Who: Heidi Swanson of 101 Cookbooks fame launched her online store, Quitokeeto, with her partner Wayne Bremser, not long ago, offering a tightly edited collection of culinary goods.

What: Kitchen finds, unique culinary offerings, and other things (like naturally produced perfumes) that catch their attention on their global travels.

Insider Scoop: So far the Remodelista Market is the only place where Quitokeeto sells directly to the public. Come by on Saturday and check out the goods.

Above: Heidi collaborated with Remodelista Market favorite, Matt Dick of Small Trade Company, to create these Mason Studio Aprons. Sporting a low tie and roomy pockets, the apron is made from Japanese cotton twill for $120.

Above: Olive Blossom Honey, a Northern Californian polyfloral honey harvested from a single unsprayed olive orchard, is $58. 

Above: California Sea Salt, a rare find from the California coast, is $11.

Above: British company AGA is most noted for their ranges but these creamy off white Cast Iron Casseroles are equally noteworthy; $315 for a large size.

Above: Anyone who has been to the Big Sur Bakery can attest to their delectable baked goods. I scored one of their Stollens last year and it was an immediate crowd pleaser. Get on the list for the next Quitokeeto delivery: Big Sur Bakery Stollen for $30.

Both Sarah and Ambatalia will be at this Saturday’s Market selling their goods, along with Heidi.

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