Bon Appetit’s ‘Healthyish’ is Coming to SF with a Dinner Honoring Women in the Industry & Beyond

If you know your kale from your turmeric, you’ve probably heard of Healthyish, the new-ish website from Bon Appetit magazine. On it, delicious recipes and informative stories serve a good dose of healthy, minus the preaching part. On March 27th, San Francisco will become the first destination for the website’s new dinner series, Healthyish Superpowered, which celebrates visionary women in food and beyond.

“We grew an astonishing community across the country, and in our second year, wanted to be more than just a site, to allow people to experience Healthyish in real life,” says editor Amanda Shapiro, who will co-host the dinner at Gabriela Camara’s acclaimed restaurant Cala. “Unlike a food festival or wellness retreat, we wanted to do something original and highlight local women.”

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Introducing the official Healthyish Guide to Feeling Better Already. This winter will go down as the one that got us all, even the ones who love to say, annoyingly, "I never get sick!". Luckily, we're prepared. We've got a glass of Emergen-C nearby, Cruel Intentions queued up, and a brothy bean stew in our future, all inspired by our guide. It's a master plan for handling any bug that knocks you down. Vitamin-C-packed salad? Check. Our grandparents best advice? Obviously. Fourteen Emergen-C flavors, ranked? Why not?! If you're feeling sniffly, or worse, this guide is here for you. We may not be doctors—yeah, we're *definitely* not doctors—but we think you've already turned a corner. Head to the link in our profile for the full guide. 📷: @yungbludlau food styling: @moroccochris prop styling: @emilyeisen

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The upcoming three-course dinner will be orchestrated by Camara herself, with wine pairings by Martha Stoumen Wines and honorary guest, food activist, and educator Aileen Suzara. Half of the proceedings from each ticket will be donated to  La Cocina. “San Francisco has always been so inspiring, it takes advantage of the abundance of produce,” says Shapiro, who went to college on the West Coast.” I remember going to a farmers market in the city at the age of 17 and discovering what a peach should taste like.”

For the dinner series, Healthyish will partner with the omnipresent food delivery service Caviar, which will curate a list of ‘Healthyish approved’ restaurant for each hosting city and offer an exclusive recipe from Cala, created especially for the event.

Tickets are $15o and can be purchased here.