What are the local foods that make you happy to live in Sonoma County?

I asked BiteClubbers to name the artisan foods (okay, and a few drinks) that really make Sonoma County the cornucopia of deliciousness that make us proud to be from here. These are the things we go out of our way to find at farm markets, restaurants and grocery stores.

So, here are your picks…or at least a first pass. Did we miss your favorites? Add them below!

Libations
Russian River Brewing: Pliny the Elder, Consecration
Taylor Maid Coffee: El Impossible
Guayaki: Yerba Mate
Ace in the Hole: Cider
Bear Republic: Racer 5

Dairy Good
Spring Hill Cheese: Butter
Rosso Pizzeria: Burrata
Redwood Hill Farm: Crottin
McClellands Dairy: European Style Organic Artisan Butter
St. Benoit Yogurt: Meyer Lemon Yogurt
Bohemian Creamery: Bo Peep
Bellwether Farm: Carmody
Sheana Davis: Delice de la Vallee
Matos Cheese Factory: Portugeuse Cheese
Straus Creamery: Butter
Clover-Stornetta: Butter, milk

Meat It!
Salmon Creek Ranch: Duck
Black Pig: Salumi and Bacon
Diavola: Charcuterie
Healdsburg Farm Fresh Eggs

Condimentable
Terra Sonoma: Verjus and Saba
Preston of Dry Creek: Olive Oil
Mateo Granados: Ahumado Salsa
Figone’s: Cinnamon Pear Balsamic Vinegar

Bread-Tastic
Jalisco Tortillas
Preston of Dry Creek: Bread
Della Fattoria: Kalamata Bread
Wildflour Bakery: Cheese Fougasse and sticky buns
SRJC Culinary Cafe: Bakery items
Nightengale Bread: Foccaccia
Chloe’s French Cafe: French pastries
Prima Vera Tamales

Sweets
Matanzas Creek Winery: Peanut, toffee, champagne brittle