Book Signing with Mark Bittman
Meet the acclaimed author and columnist at Market Hall, Oct 16. Read more.
A Playful Harvest FairEnjoy a festive time at the East Bay Waldorf School, Oct 15. Read more.
Harvest Fun at the Sunol AgParkPick a pumpkin and explore the farms, Oct 16. Read more.
Explore Foods from the PhilippinesSavor Filipino merges traditional and contemporary cuisines, Oct 15. Read more.
The Loss of Food DiversityThe Commonwealth Club hosts Bread, Wine, and Chocolate in a Warming World, Oct 18. Read more.
Forage Kitchen Opens in OaklandVisit the new co-working space for chefs and food entrepreneurs, Oct 7. Read more.
The Rye Baker Visits Mrs. Dalloway’sMeet the author and sample breads from Europe and America, Oct 7. Read more.
Emeryville Art Show Turns 30Local talent is on display with works in many media, opening Oct 7. Read more.
Swap and Share at the Plant ExchangeTools, mulch, and other garden items are also on offer, Oct 8. Read more.
On the Town in Rockridge
Pick your pleasure at Out & About, Oct 9. Read more.... Read More
Plus a family day, mezcal tasting, and a harvest dinner, Oct 1-21. Read more.
Sweet Times at the OasisSample East Bay honeys and learn about urban farming, Oct 1. Read more.
Celebrate the Olive HarvestTaste, create, and explore at the Orinda Olive Festival, Oct 2. Read more
Mix, Braid, and Bake!Celebrate Rosh Hashanah with your own challah. Market Hall offers a special menu and recipe for the Jewish High Holy Days. Read more.
Bewitching BitesA local event highlights the magic of The Troll Cookbook, Sept 24. Read our review including recipes, and learn more about the event: here.
Party with the PlantsMerritt College Fall Plant Sale features family fun and great plants for your garden, Oct 1 & 2. Read more.
Celebrate Life on the Farm
Explore rural living at the Hoes Down Harvest Festival, Oct 1 & 2. Read more.
Get BrewingFood Craft Institute offers The Business of Craft Beer, Oct 22 - Nov 19. Read more.
Exotic, Rare, and Drought-SavvyWater-wise is the word at the UC Botanical Garden Fall Plant Sale, Sept 25. Read more.
Tomato Dreams Come True
Join Edible East Bay and local tomato breeders at Tomatotopia, Sept 25. Read more.
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Exploring Unusual TastesRead our review, and meet the author, September 25.
High Marks for the Millet ProjectGet to know this high-nutrition, gluten-free grain, Sept.11. Read more.
What’s the Beef With Beef?How much does eating steak and burgers contribute to climate change? Sept. 14.Read more.
Bowls of DeliciousnessWhole Bowls offers veggie, vegan, and gluten-free recipes in a cozy serving dish.Read our review here.
Pork Tenderloin with Fresh Fig SauceBlack Mission figs, balsamic vinegar, and pork tenderloin come together in this flavorful dish. Read our recipe here.
Sheet Mulching for Soil HealthAttend a free workshop and demo at Ploughshares Nursery, Sept. 10. Read more.
A Forward-Thinking Look at FoodEdible Communities hosts a national conference in Chicago, Oct. 1. Read more.
Real Food, Real Stories PicnicMeet food activist Brahm Ahmadi and hear his story, Sept 8. Read more.
Celebrate Makers at Donkey & GoatFirst Fridays highlight local wine, food, art, and music. Read more.
Late Summer FeastsGet ready for memorable barbecues and picnics this Labor Day weekend. Read our reviews here.
A-maze-ing Farm Fun!Explore the hay bale tomato maze and take a gardening workshop at Soul Food Farm. Read more.
Crops on HighUrban rooftop farms find homes in the East Bay. Read our story here.
Eat.Think.Design. Goes OnlineCal course in food and innovation now open to all. Read more.
Campus InnovatorsCal grad students tackle food-centered problems in Eat.Think.Design. Read our story here.
Film Explores Hunger in AmericaA Place at the Table offers hard truths and possible answers, Sept 1. Read more
Waste Not, Want Not!Learn to make better use of food, even those beet greens. Read our review here.
10th Anniversary ToastUrbano Cellars marks ten years of artisanal winemaking. Read more.
Coming up RosesCreate your own floral artistry at Il Fiorello, Sept. 3. Read more.
Carbon Conscious on the FarmNew trends in farming create healthier soil and happier cows. Read our story here.
Art Among the Shrubbery
Local artists display their works at Berkeley Horticultural Nursery, August 20. Read more.
Quick and Easy CookingSimple recipes can be a lifesaver during busy times. Read our review here.
Monthly Food Truck FestOff the Grid announces third Saturday events in Emeryville, August 20. Read more.
Cook, Shop, & Volunteer!
The Farmers’ Market Wants You!Attend CUESA's volunteer orientation and explore the opportunities, Aug 17. Read more.
Cook the Market With Kitchen on FireBuild your farmers' market savvy with cooking demos and a hands-on class, Aug 18 & 20. Read more.
Shop the TruckIt’s National Farmers’ Market Week, and we can’t wait to let readers know about market trucks operated by the nonprofit Fresh Approach in some of our local communities that are short on access to fresh produce. Here’s a sneak peek at the story that's about to come out in our Fall 2016 issue, which becomes available during the coming week at all the usual locations.
Makers WantedApply now through Sept 2 to be an exhibitor, performer, or presenter at the Mini Maker Faire. Read more.
Camping and Cooking Under the StarsSavor the special joy of mac ‘n’ cheese cooked in the great outdoors. Read our review here.