POP-UP!
Oct
26
11:00 AM11:00

POP-UP!

We are hosting a pop-up! We are hyped to invite Loyal Studio and Etta + Billie -to keep you nourished Cute Coffee and Quail & Condor will be here too! Ethical kitchen essentials! Deliciously scented natural skincare for those obsessed with food (that means you)! Coffee! Bread (and the best damn pastry in Sonoma County!) Come on down and support independent businesses, makers and doers!

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Dinner with Emma Lipp and Valley
Oct
26
6:30 PM18:30

Dinner with Emma Lipp and Valley

SOLD OUT

We couldn’t be more excited to welcome Emma Lipp and the Valley team to Miracle Plum for a very special dinner.

Join us for dinner October 26th. Arrive at 6:30 to meet the hosts, shop the store, and settle in. 

The courtyard at Miracle Plum will transform into a multi-course, family-style, Sonoma County-grown, Valley dining experience. 

Miracle Plum is offering 10% off their wine selection for dinner guests day of the event.

This dinner will sell out! Get your TICKETS!

About Valley: Valley (coming soon!) will be a wine bar and bottle shop with simple, delicious food in the heart of Sonoma.

When Jen and Nick from Harvest Moon were looking to move on from their historic adobe on the Sonoma Square, they realized that they wanted to pass their torch to a community partner. The four local Sonomans behind Valley— Lauren Feldman, Emma Lipp, Stephanie Reagor, and Tanner Walle—are grateful for the opportunity.

Valley will continue as a neighborhood establishment that simultaneously reveres and revitalizes Sonoma cuisine and hospitality. Launching with evening restaurant and bottle shop hours, Valley will gradually incorporate daytime services.

About the Valley Team: Emma Lipp ran the food program at Scribe Winery for over 5 years. 

Steph cooked in Chicago (Blackbird, the Publican) and New York City (Spotted Pig, Prune, Roman's, Hart's) before Sonoma (Scribe, Stone Edge Farm). 

 Lauren has run wine programs from New York (L’Artusi, Anfora, west~bourne), to Nashville (Husk), and back to her native California (Scribe, CALA).

Tanner managed beverage programs in NYC for ten years (Hearth, Terroir, the Riddling Widow) before moving to Sonoma (Scribe). 



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Sourdough Starter Workshop and Book Release Celebration with author Sarah Owens
Oct
30
7:00 PM19:00

Sourdough Starter Workshop and Book Release Celebration with author Sarah Owens

SOLD OUT

Come learn the ins and outs of the mysterious medium known as sourdough with acclaimed author, Sarah Owens. (At the same time help us celebrate the release of her newest book, Heirloom!) Sarah is an award winning author, baker and chef extraordinaire, and the woman behind multiple highly regarded cookbooks. During this hands-on class (and book release) Sarah will cover the basics of making and tending to your own sourdough starter. Sourdough bread, appetizers and beverages will be provided and Sarah will be on hand to sign her latest book.

$60.00 - Space is limited - get your tickets here!

*Copies of Heirloom will be available for purchase at the shop after September 24 release date. Contact the shop to reserve your copy today!

Sarah Owens is a New York City based cookbook author, baker, professional horticulturist, and culinary instructor. She was awarded a James Beard for her first book Sourdough and released her second in 2017 titled Toast and Jam. Her much anticipated forthcoming title Heirloom: Time Honored Techniques, Nourishing Traditions, and Modern Recipes will be released September 2019. Sarah believes strongly in the power of baking to foster community and social change; she is an advocate of sustainable agricultural practices to rebuild global grain sheds and believes stone milling can bring good bread back to the table. As a teacher of nourishing food traditions, she travels globally to encourage an interest in fermentation. Her business and workshop space is Ritual Fine Foods (formerly BK17 Bakery) located at The Castle in Rockaway Beach, NY where she teaches the alchemy and digestive benefits of natural leavening.

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Let's Make Pasta 103: stuffed pasta
Nov
3
4:30 PM16:30

Let's Make Pasta 103: stuffed pasta

This class is the third offering in a 3 part series. (But don’t worry, you can always jump right in to class 3!)

Learn the ins and outs of handmade pasta making. In this 103 class Ali and Alix will cover the basics of stuffed pasta technique and shapes. This hands on cooking class is a collaboration with Miracle Plum, Ali & Alix, Martha Stoumen Wines, and Urbani Truffles.

Not only will you dive into making pasta dough and shapes, but you'll get to do so while enjoying a selection of antipasti and drinking local, low intervention, terroir specific wines. Walk away with the pasta you create along with pasta knowledge, recipes, and a few of the tools you need to make more at home.

Get your tickets here!

And join us for one or all!

Ali and Alix made their way to Sonoma County late last summer, Ali for wine harvest and Alix a few months later. Their move from Brooklyn was sparked by a desire to connect with the land and reconnect with their passion for food, farming and hospitality.

Ali grew up in restaurants, holding nearly every position in the business. In 2011 she started a cookie company, with a full line of all-natural cookies distributed nationally and in 2017 she opened a fresh pasta concept in the NoLita neighborhood in Manhattan. She has cooked at the James Beard House, competed in the Barilla US World Pasta Competition and collaborated with culinary powerhouses, Gail Simmons, Alison Roman and Katie Parla.

Alix spent the past decade working in branding, marketing and PR for some of the world's top chefs, viral fast casual chains and buzzworthy wineries. Her career has taken her from the red carpet at the Academy Awards with Wolfgang Puck, behind the scenes of Bravo's Top Chef with Tom Colicchio to securing partnerships with Bumble Biz, Theory 2.0 and The Wing.

Ali and Alix craft unique experiences in Northern California focused on flour, water and wine.

Martha Stoumen Wines was founded upon the desire to recapture a farming and winemaking culture that has all but faded away: a winemaking culture of patience. 

For her wines she leases and farms around half of the vineyards herself. The other half are farmed by multi-generation farmers who understand their land, and their family's land, and farm with the same philosophies in mind as Martha. Patience in the vineyard means composting rather than adding synthetic fertilizers, allowing predatory insects the ability to outcompete pests rather than spraying insecticides, and doing proper handwork, such as pruning for vine longevity rather than high yields.

In the cellar Martha uses a minimalist winemaking approach. Patience in the cellar means letting the natural yeast and bacteria present on the grape skins perform fermentation, and allowing longer macerations and aging to provide stability rather than using added tannin, acid, or stabilizing agents in her wines. Above all, She strives to make wines that are delicious, joyful, and truly representative of California.

Urbani Truffles As leading global purveyor of fresh truffles and truffle products, the success of Urbani has arguably been made possible by the unique charisma and profound knowledge of the Urbani brothers, Paolo and Bruno. Their greatest pleasure is seeing their truffles, which are found and picked in fertile woodlands, being served on tables in some of the most prestigious restaurants in the world.



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Botanical Elixirs with Amy Charnay
Nov
7
6:30 PM18:30

Botanical Elixirs with Amy Charnay

Join Amy Charnay, MS, CNS - clinical herbalist, nutritionist and medicine-maker extraordinaire in this fun and educational workshop. You will learn several techniques for preserving delicious and medicinal botanicals including: tinctures & glycerites and syrups & honeys. Learn the medicinal properties of several herbs while you hand craft an elixir / cordial to take home with you! 

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 Fall Harvest Mezze & More with Seasoned Cook founder, Megan Barrie
Nov
16
6:30 PM18:30

Fall Harvest Mezze & More with Seasoned Cook founder, Megan Barrie

There’s no better way to celebrate the fall harvest than to prepare a deliciously simple and satisfying mezze platter with the season’s best. This hands on cooking class is an opportunity to make dishes like flavor-packed hummus, roasted baba ganoush, tzatziki, and a brilliantly bright herbacious salad with pickled onion, pomegranate, and dressing from scratch. These dishes are no-fail, crowd-pleasing mezze (or appetizers) when combined with fresh veggies, feta, olives, and pita, make up an incredibly heartwarming meal. At the end of our hands-on workshop we’ll sit down to enjoy the meal we've prepared together.

This is a hands on class and space is limited, get your tickets here!

About Megan: Seasoned Cook was founded in spring 2018 by Megan Barrie as a way to get home cooks in the kitchen to use seasonal produce to make darn good food while learning lifelong tricks and recipes to pass on. Megan grew up in the kitchen making quick stir fry and spaghetti with her parents, and became a seasoned home cook through hosting weeknight meals with roommates and potluck dinners with friends. Ultimately, it was her desire to share lessons and recipes learned in the kitchen that led her to teach kids with Sprouts Cooking Club and eventually begin to teach her own classes with Seasoned Cook in her Berkeley kitchen. 

Seasoned Cook workshops are founded on the idea that every person has the power to transform good ingredients into healthy, comforting dishes. A successful workshop means happy bellies, new friends, and a confidence in the recipes & techniques you learned to create it again. Perhaps, with your own spin!

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Pie Crust Workshop!
Nov
24
5:00 PM17:00

Pie Crust Workshop!

Joni Davis is back to help us make the best pie crust in the whole world just in time to knock the socks off of your Thanksgiving table.

You will make a double crust to take home and turn into the pie of your dreams along with a few essential tools to make the pie of your dreams forever after.

That’s not all! All proceeds for this workshop are going to Freedom for Immigrants. Freedom for Immigrants is devoted to abolishing immigration detention, while ending the isolation of people currently suffering in this profit-driven system. We are stoked to raise funds for this cause.

Joni is a professional pastry chef and musician and a super fun teacher.

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Let's Make Pasta 102: flour + egg
Oct
13
4:30 PM16:30

Let's Make Pasta 102: flour + egg

This class is the second offering in a 3 part series. (But don’t worry, you can always jump right in to class 2 or 3!)

Learn the ins and outs of handmade pasta making. In this #102 class Ali and Alix will cover the basics of egg-based pasta technique and shapes. This hands on cooking class is a collaboration with Miracle Plum, Ali & Alix, and Steppladder Creamery and Birdhorse Wine.

Not only will you dive into making pasta dough and shapes, but you'll get to do so while enjoying a selection of antipasti and drinking local, low intervention, terroir specific wines. Walk away with the pasta you create along with pasta knowledge, recipes, and a few of the tools you need to make more at home.

Get your tickets here!

And join us for one or all!

Ali and Alix made their way to Sonoma County late last summer, Ali for wine harvest and Alix a few months later. Their move from Brooklyn was sparked by a desire to connect with the land and reconnect with their passion for food, farming and hospitality. 

 Ali grew up in restaurants, holding nearly every position in the business. In 2011 she started a cookie company, with a full line of all-natural cookies distributed nationally and in 2017 she opened a fresh pasta concept in the NoLita neighborhood in Manhattan. She has cooked at the James Beard House, competed in the Barilla US World Pasta Competition and collaborated with culinary powerhouses, Gail Simmons, Alison Roman and Katie Parla. 

 Alix spent the past decade working in branding, marketing and PR for some of the world's top chefs, viral fast casual chains and buzzworthy wineries. Her career has taken her from the red carpet at the Academy Awards with Wolfgang Puck, behind the scenes of Bravo's Top Chef with Tom Colicchio to securing partnerships with Bumble Biz, Theory 2.0 and The Wing.

Ali and Alix craft unique experiences in Northern California focused on flour, water and wine.

Stepladder Ranch was founded in 1871 and has been family-owned and operated for three generations. In addition to the farmstead creamery, they raise heritage pigs for pork, Black Angus for beef, and grow Hass avocados.

Birdhorse Wine is a collaboration between Katie Rouse and Corinne Rich, partners in life and winemaking, celebrating the rich diversity of grapes present throughout California's viticultural history. Corinne and Katie officially met while working on their graduate degrees in Viticulture and Enology at UC Davis. Inspired by a fateful harvest in South Africa together, they witnessed a new generation of winemakers coming up: young people unafraid to experiment with new varieties and winemaking styles. This was the inspiration for Birdhorse, which now focuses on making textural, acid-driven and food-friendly wines from grape varieties long present in California, but that have yet to have their turn in the spotlight.

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Artxcurion Paint Night
Oct
11
5:30 PM17:30

Artxcurion Paint Night

Oh my gourd! It’s a pumpkin paint night.

Artxcursion is joining forces with Miracle Plum Market to bring you a fun, inclusive and creative paint night.

We are kicking off harvest season by celebrating all things GOURD, SQUASH and PUMPKIN!

We'll gather for a quick painting tutorial. provide you with inspirational GOURD-EOUS images, and leave you to create your very own masterpiece. Artist and guide Alana Tillman will encourage and lead you on your creative journey.

Get your tickets here!


-All painting abilities welcomed.

-One complementary drink will be provided.

- Small bites provided.

-All painting materials provided.

-ages 10+

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Art Show: Éditions Michel Obultra: The First Year
Oct
4
6:00 PM18:00

Art Show: Éditions Michel Obultra: The First Year

Miracle Plum is pleased to announce the exhibition "Éditions Michel Obultra: The First Year”. Since its inception in 2018 by the artist Aaron Gemmill, Éditions Michel Obultra has produced editioned works in collaboration with a number of artists and musicians, including Caitlin Cherry, Beate Engl, Rochelle Feinstein, Maryam Jari, Khalil Rabah, Kameelah Janaan Rasheed and Stephanie Weber. The press is based in Philadelphia but stages events in a number of different cities as part of its itinerant exhibition and publishing program.

This exhibition presents the complete works from Éditions Michel Obultra's inaugural year of production.

Aaron Gemmill is an artist and publisher based in Philadelphia, PA; holds an MFA from the Milton Avery Graduate School of Arts, Bard College. Gemmill has exhibited at P!, Bulletin, and Practice in New York; Blanton Museum of Art in Austin TX; Galerie Christine Mayer in Munich; and elsewhere. Gemmill is proprietor of Éditions Michel Obultra, guest editor of “The Daily Gentrifier FLYOVER FLYER,” and caretaker of a community garden plot in the Awbury Arboretum.

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FERMENTATION WORKSHOP WITH MCVICKER PICKLES
Sep
22
12:00 PM12:00

FERMENTATION WORKSHOP WITH MCVICKER PICKLES

Lacto-fermentation is a seemingly magical microbial process that transforms raw vegetables into something entirely different, shelf-stable, and delicious. Not only is it a great way to preserve vegetables while they’re in season, it’s a time-honored method of increasing the nutritional value of food and adding more probiotics to your diet.

Join Kelly McVicker, founder of San Francisco’s McVicker Pickles, as she guides you in a hands-on experience with the fermentation process.

While we work, Kelly will talk about the health benefits of fermented foods, and why doing it at home is better than buying commercially made (and often pasteurized) products. You’ll also get to sample a selection of her favorite homemade fermented goods.

Each participant will take home a jar of each of the types of fermented veggies made in class. You can take home your custom creations, keep an eye on your ’edible pet,’ and enjoy the flavor in a few days.

Get your tickets online or purchase in the shop - space is limited! $60/per attendee

ABOUT KELLY: Kelly McVicker is the founder of San Francisco-based McVicker Pickles, where she blends her Kansas roots with California flavors via small batch pickles and condiments. Kelly has presented at TEDx, San Francisco Street Food Festival, Bay Area Maker Faire, Eat Real Festival, and other events. She has contributed recipes for books and magazines focused on food preservation, and is currently researching for a book project of her own. Kelly is a Certified Master Food Preserver, which means she can teach you how to can, pickle, ferment, jam, jelly, dehydrate, or help you test your pressure canner! Visit mcvickerpickles.com for more info on her products and workshops. 

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Cookbook Club!
Sep
15
6:00 PM18:00

Cookbook Club!

This is the fourth round of the MP Cookbook Club. We are excited to announce that the book we’ll be cooking and exploring food from over the next few months is We Are La Cocina, Recipes in Pursuit of the American Dream. This beautiful book highlights over 40 stories from some of the graduates of this amazing culinary program based close to the shop, in San Francisco. La Cocina has been an incubator program that has helped so many women used their talent, and their food, to pursue economic freedom. Many alumni have gone on to open brick and mortar restaurants in the bay area that should definitely be on your ongoing list of restaurants to try.

We’ll be offering 10% off all copies purchased at the shop through September 10th. Get your hands on a copy now and enjoy pouring through the inspiring stories and test out the recipes from the luxury of your own home kitchen. Then gather back at Miracle Plum, on September 15th, for a potluck and book discussion.

*We have have a cubby at the shop all stocked with supplies to help you execute some of these delicious dishes at home.

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Let's Make Pasta 101: flour + water
Aug
18
4:30 PM16:30

Let's Make Pasta 101: flour + water

Learn the ins and outs of handmade pasta. This is a 101 class, the basicics in technique and shapes. This hands on cooking class is a collaboration with Miracle Plum, Ali & Alix, Mountain Tides Wine, and Miyoko’s Creamery Vegan Cheese

Not only will you dive into making pasta dough and shapes, but you'll get to do so while enjoying a selection of antipasti and drinking local, low intervention, terroir specific wine. Walk away with the pasta you create along with pasta knowledge, recipes, and a few of the tools you need to make more at home.

Get your tickets!

This is also the first in a three part pasta making series:

August 18th Let's Make Pasta 101: flour + water

September 8th Let's Make Pasta 102: flour + egg

October 13th Let's Make Pasta 103: stuffed pasta

Join us for one of all three!

Ali and Alix made their way to Sonoma County late last summer, Ali for wine harvest and Alix a few months later. Their move from Brooklyn was sparked by a desire to connect with the land and reconnect with their passion for food, farming and hospitality. 

 Ali grew up in restaurants, holding nearly every position in the business. In 2011 she started a cookie company, with a full line of all-natural cookies distributed nationally and in 2017 she opened a fresh pasta concept in the NoLita neighborhood in Manhattan. She has cooked at the James Beard House, competed in the Barilla US World Pasta Competition and collaborated with culinary powerhouses, Gail Simmons, Alison Roman and Katie Parla. 

 Alix spent the past decade working in branding, marketing and PR for some of the world's top chefs, viral fast casual chains and buzzworthy wineries. Her career has taken her from the red carpet at the Academy Awards with Wolfgang Puck, behind the scenes of Bravo's Top Chef with Tom Colicchio to securing partnerships with Bumble Biz, Theory 2.0 and The Wing.

Ali and Alix craft unique experiences in Northern California focused on flour, water and wine.

Mountain Tides In 2016, Scott Kirkpatrick  &  Allison Watkins got married and shortly after that they decided to combine their artistic talents, winemaking experience, and passion into a new project called Mountain Tides. As artists, they believe that they can often better understand the world around us through creative and thoughtful work, and what better way to understand the dynamic and diverse California landscape than to make wines that show how a change in place, time, and process can yield drastically different results from the same grape. They love Petite Sirah in all its forms and we think you will as well.

Miyoko’s Creamery Miyoko Schinner (say Me-Yo-Co) is the tenacious, award-winning vegan celebrity chef behind Miyoko’s. Her passion for her craft and mission is unrivaled. Miyoko helped to kick off the start of the vegan cheese revolution.


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Drop in Monthly Knife Sharpening by the Fuller Knives Guys
Aug
18
11:00 AM11:00

Drop in Monthly Knife Sharpening by the Fuller Knives Guys

Swing by with your dull kitchen knives and let Ocie and Chris from Fuller Knives bring them back to life. The guys use a Japanese whetstone method to sharpen your blades. $20/per knife unless it requires more work and needs to take a ride back to their shop for restoration. Restoration price to quoted at drop off.

10-15min per knife. So basically, enough time to come peruse the wine selection in the shop!

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Botanical Infused Fruit Galettes + Medicinal Honey with Amy & Joni
Aug
11
6:00 PM18:00

Botanical Infused Fruit Galettes + Medicinal Honey with Amy & Joni

Learn classic hand baking techniques using local, organic and fresh fruits & medicinal herbs.

Go home with your handmade galette, extra dough, herb infused honey, an essential baking tool, and the knowledge to deliciously pair fruit and herbs to elevate your desserts to the medicinal level.

Amy Charnay, MS, CNS is an herbalist and nutritionist and Joni Davis is a pastry chef and musician. They are some of our favorite people and together they bring over 25 years combined experience in their craft and we cannot wait to welcome them to Miracle Plum!

This is a hands on class and space is limited, get your tickets now!

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Art Reception for Jenny Harp
Aug
2
6:00 PM18:00

Art Reception for Jenny Harp

Jenny Harp is an artist, educator, and mother living in Santa Rosa, California.

Jenny uses social media platforms to collect and amass a library of shapes, colors, and textures. While translating this digital collection into physical paintings and works on paper, she contemplates slowness/fastness, limitations, labor, and craft within her work.

Join us in welcoming Jenny Harp for an art reception, snacks, and general good vibes.

Jenny will be showing her works on paper and also she will be installing art around Miracle Plum.

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Drop In Monthly Knife Sharpening by the Fuller Knives Guys
Jul
28
11:00 AM11:00

Drop In Monthly Knife Sharpening by the Fuller Knives Guys

Swing by with your dull kitchen knives and let Ocie and Chris from Fuller Knives bring them back to life. The guys use a Japanese whetstone method to sharpen your blades. $20/per knife unless it requires more work and needs to take a ride back to their shop for restoration. Restoration price to quoted at drop off.

10-15min per knife. So basically, enough time to come peruse the wine selection in the shop!


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SOLD OUT
Jul
14
6:00 PM18:00

SOLD OUT

Ali and Alix are back for our first sit-down dinner at Miracle Plum.

Join us for dinner July 14th. Arrive at 6 to meet the hosts, shop the store, and settle in. Ali and Alix will have a bite and a drink to welcome you.

The courtyard at Miracle Plum will transform into a multi-course, family-style, Italian-inspired, Sonoma County-grown, dining experience. 

Miracle Plum is offering 10% off their wine selection for dinner guests day of the event.

About the Chefs: Ali and Alix made their way to Sonoma County late last summer, Ali for wine harvest and Alix a few months later. Their move from Brooklyn was sparked by a desire to connect with the land and reconnect with their passion for food, farming and hospitality. 

 Ali grew up in restaurants, holding nearly every position in the business. In 2011 she started a cookie company, with a full line of all-natural cookies distributed nationally and in 2017 she opened a fresh pasta concept in the NoLita neighborhood in Manhattan. She has cooked at the James Beard House, competed in the Barilla US World Pasta Competition and collaborated with culinary powerhouses, Gail Simmons, Alison Roman and Katie Parla. 

 Alix spent the past decade working in branding, marketing and PR for some of the world's top chefs, viral fast casual chains and buzzworthy wineries. Her career has taken her from the red carpet at the Academy Awards with Wolfgang Puck, behind the scenes of Bravo's Top Chef with Tom Colicchio to securing partnerships with Bumble Biz, Theory 2.0 and The Wing.

 In preview of their future project, Nebbiandra, an agriturismo inspired by their love of Piedmont, Ali and Alix craft unique experiences in Northern California focused on flour, water and wine. They believe in serving the vegetables they helped farm and harvest and making their pastas, gelato and cheeses in-house utilizing Sonoma County ingredients. 

Space is limited so get your tickets now! This event will sell out.

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Courtyard Pop Up with Ebb, Luv Haus, and Quail & Condor
Jun
30
11:00 AM11:00

Courtyard Pop Up with Ebb, Luv Haus, and Quail & Condor

We have a whole slew of friends popping up in the courtyard and we simply can’t wait! Geana from Ebb (and GDS Cloth Goods) will be selling her bay area made, reusable, zero waste coffee filters and pour over coffee, Shawn from Luvhaus will be peddling beautiful ceramic tablewares in a variety of colors, and the crew at Quail and Condor will be selling their stunning loaves of freshly baked bread, cookies, and tarts. 11-3 pm.


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Cookbook Club!
Jun
23
6:30 PM18:30

Cookbook Club!

This is the third round of the MP Cookbook Club! After much consideration we are excited to announce that for this next round we’ll be cooking and exploring food from Palestine while we dive into Yasmin Kahn’s second cookbook, ZAITOUN. We’ll be offering 10% off all copies purchased at the shop through June 17th. Get your hands on a copy and enjoy the simple but flavorful recipes Yasmin outlines in the book. Then gather back here at Miracle Plum, on June 23rd, for a potluck and book discussion.

*We have our favorite cured sumac, urfa pepper, and silk chili all from Burlap & Barrel for your culinary needs in stock. The book calls for these spices and Burlap & Barrel’s offerings are amazing additions.

RSVP hi@miracleplum.com

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Art Show with Mica Jennings
Jun
14
6:00 PM18:00

Art Show with Mica Jennings

WOMEN WORKING IN CHAIRS

Opening Reception to celebrate new works by Sonoma County illustrator, painter, and designer, Mica Jennings. This show brings us Women Working in Chairs; an examination of the interests, health and humanity that many of us exchange for the necessity of a steady income. 

208 Davis St. Santa Rosa, Ca

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Miracle Plum at Napa Makes
Jun
8
10:00 AM10:00

Miracle Plum at Napa Makes

For our friends to the east, or if you are down for a day trip, you'll find us at Napa Makes from 10a-4p. Napa Makes is a celebration of Northern Californian culture and the artisan voices that shape our creative community! This fresh spin on a craft fair highlights an expertly-curated collection of unique creations from local makers dedicated to their respective crafts - we will be there with a mini Miracle Plum!

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Fika at MIracle Plum and a Swedish Summer Celebration with Anna Brones
Jun
2
2:00 PM14:00

Fika at MIracle Plum and a Swedish Summer Celebration with Anna Brones

As we lead into summer, it's easy for us to ramp up our activities, so we're going to spend an afternoon with writer and artist Anna Brones talking about slowing down and enjoying time outside and with friends over fika. In Sweden, June means midsummer, the celebration of summer solstice.

Wildflowers are in abundance this time of year, and they are wrapped around the traditional midsummer pole as well as turned into flower crowns to make the day extra festive. But it doesn't have to be midsummer to celebrate. Picking wildflowers is a good excuse to get outside and slow down, a chance to disconnect and fuel your creativity.

Come join us with a kick off to the month of June with Anna Brones, who will lead us through midsummer flower crown making followed by a casual fika, the traditional Swedish coffee break.

There will be copies of her books Fika: The Art of the Swedish Coffee Break and Live Lagom: Balanced Living the Swedish Way available.  

Get your tickets online or purchase in the shop- space is limited!

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Yo Tambien Cantina Pop Up in the Courtyard at Miracle Plum
May
5
4:00 PM16:00

Yo Tambien Cantina Pop Up in the Courtyard at Miracle Plum

Our friends over at Yo Tambien Cantina are helping us celebrate the start of courtyard season at Miracle Plum! They’ll be offering their amazing arepas with all the fixings and their endless supply of charm. Arepas feast from 4-8 pm.

Beers and natty wine will also be available for sale to benefit the School Gardens Network’s TAP program for teens. Beer garden opens at 2 pm.

https://yotambientropical.com/

https://www.schoolgardens.org/

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Miracle Plum by-the-glass take over at Spinster Sisters
Apr
27
5:30 PM17:30

Miracle Plum by-the-glass take over at Spinster Sisters

  • Miralce Plum / Spinster Sister Collab (map)
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We’re SO EXCITED about this series at one of our favorite local spots, Spinster Sisters, which happens to be walking distance from the shop. For one night only, Gwen and Sallie will be taking over the by-the-glass program. We’ll be pouring a curated selection of wines that include some of our favorite female winemakers / who focus on natural wine production.

No tickets. No prix-fix. Reservations recommended.

thespinstersisters.com / 707.528.7100

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Art Show with Maynard Lyndon
Apr
12
6:00 PM18:00

Art Show with Maynard Lyndon

Join us in welcoming Maynard Hale Lyndon (and wonderful wife Lu) to Miracle Plum for a special viewing of what he calls Looking Boxes—a concept he devised about 15 years ago. Using only his own photographs, Maynard juxtaposes cut-outs of his photos into 3-dimensional boxes (in several sizes).  Maynard says “I visualize a combination of images in my head and then put together snippets of my photographs into relationships— the images deriving from viewing and photographing architecture, design, art, and details, to create my Looking Boxes.”

To date, Maynard has made over 750 individual Boxes; each is one-of-a-kind and we are thrilled to share his work with you all.

A bit more about Maynard:  Artist, industrial designer, entrepreneur.

Maynard has an extensive art, design and retail background.  He draws and paints and constructs—AND designs products and architectural interiors and sometimes teaches and lectures, and enjoys what he refers to as “Playful Ways of Seeing”.


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Demystifying CBD with Dogwood Botanicals
Mar
24
4:00 PM16:00

Demystifying CBD with Dogwood Botanicals

Dogwood Botanicals are coming to Miracle Plum to educate, empower, and totally chill us out about hemp. We'll learn what hemp is, how it's different then cannabis, what to look for when purchasing hemp, ideas on how you might use it and why. Along with everything you want to know about CBD you will also take home 120mg of Dogwood Botanicals Full-Spectrum Hemp Extract - the perfect intro to this amazing plant, and enjoy an herbal moctail from Miracle Plum. Get your TICKETS!

Dogwood Botanicals is a woman-owned business founded by two friends from East Tennessee whose mission is to share folk wisdom and herbal wellness with the modern world. Katie Pilgrim and Jamie Boling first met through mutual friends and life interests, and began collaborating on businesses in the music and fine arts industries in 2009. Their creative paths and appreciation for the cannabis plant brought them both to the Bay Area in 2012 and provided opportunities to learn and work with the healing powers of cannabis. Now with a combined 14 years of experience in the cannabis industry, Katie and Jamie apply their passion and knowledge towards encouraging others to discover healing through hemp. Countless testimonials and powerful personal experiences have affirmed their belief in plant-based wellness, and ultimately inspired the creation of Dogwood Botanicals. After 10 years of friendship and working together, Katie and Jamie are pleased to offer Dogwood Botanicals as a way for their folks back home and around the country to access wellness through cannabis.

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Let's Make Pasta!
Mar
22
7:00 PM19:00

Let's Make Pasta!

Learn the ins and outs of handmade pasta alongside New York transplant Ali LaRaia on Friday, March 22nd here at Miracle Plum! This hands on cooking class is a collaboration with Miracle Plum, Ali LaRaia, Cowgirl Creamery and Ria D'Aversa of Pennrose Wine

Not only will you dive into making pasta dough and shapes, but you'll get to do so while enjoying a selection of antipasti and drinking local, low intervention wine. Walk away with the pasta you create along with pasta knowledge, recipes, and a few of the tools you need to make more at home.

Space is limited, so get your tickets now! 

ALI grew up in restaurants and has held almost every position you can have in the business, instilling a love and understanding of the food industry from an early age. While in college at the University of San Francisco, Ali worked in F&B editorial before diving into the world of startups working as a consultant for product development. A simultaneous food blog kept Ali’s love for food alive, until she joined the Test Kitchen team at CHOW. It was this experience that not only helped Ali to refine her culinary technique, but allowed her to fully understand how a recipe came together.

In 2011, Ali returned to New York to start Marianberry Cookies, an E-commerce brand selling a full line of all-natural cookies. Within 6 months, Marianberry was nationally distributed to one of the world’s largest high-end retailers.

Ali took her love of Italian cuisine to the source and began to travel through Italy to experience its regions, understand its ingredients and enhance her love and understanding of Italian food and wine through taste. Ali’s travels to Italy were where her love for Italian culture deepened and her obsession with fresh pasta began – that was the beginning of New York City’s first fresh pasta fast casual concept.

Through that platform, Ali has been featured at the James Beard House and collaborated with female culinary powerhouses, Katie Parla, Alison Roman and Gail Simmons. Her travels through Italy have been documented by Food & Wine Magazine and her recipes can be seen in People Magazine, Shape and Vogue.com. 

Some links to see her stuff:

•   Heritage Radio Network The Line

•   Food & Wine Magazine Guides : Milan , Emilia Romagna

•   Snacky Tunes Playlist

•   Pastificio di Martino Primo di New York Finalist

PENNROSE WINE originated while in search of diverse and interesting vineyards of California. The wines express these vineyards from throughout the state and are intended to be approachable, fresh wines for your table. The owners, Ria and Mike, are based in Santa Rosa, though they find their grapes from as far south as San Benito and into the mountains of Amador county. With working backgrounds in Italy and France, the wines are made with artisanal techniques and minimal intervention. Pennrose is meant to reflect the ease of everyday wines for the table. 

COWGIRL CREAMERY Just north of San Francisco, in the rolling hills of Marin, Cowgirl Creamery makes some of the finest cheeses in the United States. In 1997, former chefs Sue Conley and Peggy Smith channeled their culinary and environmental ideals into artisan cheesemaking by opening Cowgirl Creamery. Today, the company produces a variety of fresh, bloomy, and aged cheeses by using milk from neighboring dairies and championing their local milkshed. Two decades, dozens awards (including induction into the Guilde des Fromagers), two creameries and two retails stores later, Cowgirl Creamery continues to help pioneer the American artisan cheese movement.

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Flatland Flower Farm Pop-Up Nursery in the Courtyard
Mar
9
to Mar 10

Flatland Flower Farm Pop-Up Nursery in the Courtyard

Are you ready for spring gardening like we’re ready?

In honor of Lauri Kranz of Edible Gardens LA and Dean Kuipers book release event for A Garden Can Be Anywhere (noon on Saturday the 9th) the owners of Flatland Flower Farm (sister company of Little Apple Treats) are turning the Miracle Plum courtyard into a beautiful plant nursery. Gear up for spring and summer edible gardening by shopping their exquisite collection of plants and flowers. All organic. All beautifully gown in the western hills of Sebastopol.

This is a rare occasion to purchase their stock here in Santa Rosa so don’t miss this great opportunity to pick up some usual and unusual starts and go get your hands dirty.

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Author Talk with Lauri Kranz of Edible Gardens LA and Dean Kuipers
Mar
9
12:00 PM12:00

Author Talk with Lauri Kranz of Edible Gardens LA and Dean Kuipers

Join us in welcoming Lauri Kranz of Edible Gardens LA and Dean Kuipers to share their new book, A Garden Can Be Anywhere.

A Garden Can Be Anywhere is the Edible Gardens LA guide to creating a beautiful and bountiful home garden. It’s like your favorite cookbook, but instead of taking it into the kitchen you bring it with you into the garden.

Edible Gardens LA founder Lauri Kranz will share her secrets for planning, planting, growing, and maintaining luscious edible gardens, no matter the setting or size of the plot. The book talk will be followed by book signing and tea. In honor of gardening, Miracle Plum's courtyard will be converted for the weekend into a plant nursery pop up featuring Flatland Flower Farm (sister company to Little Apple Treats) organic vegetable starts and beautiful English perennials. 

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Paint Party with Artxcursion
Mar
2
5:00 PM17:00

Paint Party with Artxcursion

Artxcursion is joining forces with Miracle Plum, a new neighborhood market and specialty food shop, to bring you a creative and inclusive Paint Nite!

With Lemon season upon us, what better way to celebrate their pucker perfection than with a Lemon Lovers Paint Party!

Imagine a trip to the Mediterranean without having to leave the neighborhood, cobalt blue skies, Cobblestone lined streets and a hint of sweet Citrus in the air. We'll discuss the origin of citrus and its integral part in Mediterranean culture and how it has inspired and influenced us from textiles, art and food today. We'll Paint, create and hopefully cultivate new friendships and connections. So join us, and get those creative citrus juices flowing!

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Bitters with Lily
Feb
22
6:30 PM18:30

Bitters with Lily

Join us for a bitters workshop with Lily Mazzarella of Farmacopia

Space is limited. Get your tickets now

Workshop includes bitters tasting, tons of wisdom, all materials to make your own bitters, and a formula of your own making.

Lily Mazzarella is a herbalist, nutritionist, and owner of Farmacopia, a modern day apothecary in downtown Santa Rosa. She knows her stuff and makes plant medicine so much fun.

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Cookbook Club
Jan
14
to Apr 7

Cookbook Club

First it was a book that the owner’s of Miracle Plum just couldn’t get enough of so it made sense to pick the title for the second round of the MP Cookbook Club. When you buy Salt Fat Acid Heat from us before April 1st you get 10% off. We will cook from the book until April 7th, then we will gather at Miracle Plum for a potluck and book discussion in the evening.

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Miracle Plum Open House
Dec
23
10:00 AM10:00

Miracle Plum Open House

We kind of just want to hangout, drink hot apple cider, eat cookies, and we’d love for you to join us.

It’s really meant a lot this holiday season how many of you have mentioned your desire to shop local, support women in business, buy artisan wares, etc. So, in a small way, we’d like to thank you.

Swing by, we’ll be here!

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