Meet Carolyn Phillips (aka Madame Huang), the author of All Under Heaven: Recipes from the 35 Cuisines of China. Watch her make Chinese steamed buns in the shapes of bunnies and hedgehogs. Find the recipe here.
Legal News on Urban Ag Learn about Berkeley's new urban ag legislation, Feb 23. Read more. Celebrating Black Farmers through Film Pollinate Farm & Garden presents a documentary feature plus shorts, Feb 24. Read more. Growing Food Near Native Oaks Is it possible to grow food plants near native oaks? Yes, with the right plants and methods. Read more Can Gluten-Free Mean More, Not Less? Alternative flours lead to heavenly desserts. Read our review. Seed Art & Tour The beauty and complexity of seeds is on display in an art exhibit and tour at the Botanical Garden. Read more. Apply Now: Women in Culinary Leadership Positions available through a James Beard Foundation program. Read more A Confectionate Affair Valentine’s gifts and tasty samples abound at Market Hall, Feb 11. Read more. Chocolate Bliss Enjoy demos, tastes, and music at Alameda Natural Grocery's Chocolate Festival, Feb 11. Read more.
Captivating Flowers, Perfumed Herbs, Curved Branches: Love’s Truest Language
Use the bounty of your garden to create unexpected delights for all the senses. Read our book review.
Feel the Burn Dark Heart Chili Sauce pops up at LocaLove, Feb 12. Read more. Babka for Two Fournée Bakery offers a memorable Valentine’s dessert. Read more.
Move Over Spinach: Miner’s Lettuce is HereEdible East Bay gardening writer Joshua Burman Thayer tells us about a green that's easy to grow, tastes great, and is native to our region. Read more.
Celebrate the Year of the Rooster!Book reviewer Kristina Sepetys's recommendations for Chinese New Year reading and cooking. Read more.
Ready, Set, SCOBY!Learn to brew your own kombucha at Teance in Berkeley, Feb 11. Read more.
Reclaiming Traditional Mexican FoodsMeet the authors of Decolonize Your Diet at the Oakland Public Library, Jan 28.Read more.
Celebrating our 2016 Cover Artists
Redefining Beer at Calicraft
Walnut Creek taproom innovates with new flavors in a welcoming space. Read more.
Meet Transformative Farmer Michael Ableman
The author of Street Farm will be at the SF Ferry Building on Jan 28 discussing how urban farming can help struggling cities. Read more.
How Are Farmers' Markets Run?
Here's an inside view on the California Farmers' Market Association from our sister publication, Edible Silicon Valley. Read more.
An Olive Oil Primer
Learn all about olive oil at this class and mill tour, Jan 28. Read more.... Read More
A Cozy Meal for a Snowy DayWarm up with Beef Burgundy Stew from Sorensen’s Resort.
Reset and Recharge with Clean, Healthy MealsRead our book reviews.
Learn to Cook Healthier MealsStart the year with new recipes and eating strategies, January 28 in Pleasant Hill. Read more.
Give Your Garden a Winter BoostEight tips for keeping plants healthy during the colder months. Read more.
Oakland Restaurant WeekEnjoy great deals at favorite Oakland eateries, January 19–29. Read more.
Craving Crab?Tender Greens offers special crab dinners, Jan. 19–21 and Jan. 26–28 in Walnut Creek. Read more.
Kitchen Wisdom from Chef Paul CanalesFive chefs describe powerful lessons learned from the owner of Duende. Read more.
Fideuà with Liberty Duck, Lacinato Kale, and Dried FigsIn this dish, Chef Canales highlights local duck and seasonal produce. Visit The Spanish Table in Berkeley for equipment and ingredients.
Fruit-Filled Sunday WorkshopsLearn which fruit trees will thrive in your garden, Jan 8 in Oakland. Read more
Scion SwappingTake part in the California Rare Fruit Growers annual exchange,Jan 21 in Berkeley. Read more.
Meet the Sea ForagerCome hear Kirk Lombard's tales of sea foraging, Jan 7 in Berkeley. Read our book review.
Get Smarter About SoilLearn about the Soil Food Web from Dr. Elaine Ingham, Jan 23–27 in Castro Valley. Read more.
Toast the new year with amari and spritz cocktails. Read our reviews here.
Eating Our Hearts Outhere ... Read More
- Follow artist Gary Handman as he hunts down ingredients for his favorite winter dish.
Crafts at the Farmers’ MarketLocal artisans offer items made with sustainability in mind, Dec 17. Read more.
Arts & Crafts on the WaterfrontFind lots of handmade goods at the Craneway Crafts Fair, Dec 17 & 18. Read more.
Delightful Reads for Kids and Kids at HeartTwo books offer mystery and magic in the kitchen: here
A Winter GaletteRoasted veggies blend with goat cheese in this tasty tart: here
Gift Books for Your Favorite CooksSix outstanding choices for those who want to up their game in the kitchen. Read our reviews.
From Hive to Home
Explore our DIY guide to holiday foods and crafts that benefit the bees: here
Choose Healthy Foods for Seasonal GivingNutrition is a top priority for the Alameda County Community Food Bank and SuperFoodDrive. Read more.
Favorite Gift Ideas from Edible CommunitiesEdible Communities publishers dish up inspired treats to share with friends and family: here
Spice it Up!
Enhance your holiday meals with salts and other tantalizing flavors. Read our reviews.
A Unique Holiday Pop-upArtisans and makers display their wares at CelerySpace in Berkeley, Dec 10. Read more.
Taste, Shop, and ChatFind homemade gifts and new flavors at Ruby’s annual winter sale in Oakland, Dec 10. Read more.
Join the Secret Snail Recipe SwapSlow Food hosts a worldwide exchange. Read more.
Holiday Garden Gifts and CraftsEnjoy a pop-up shop and special holiday workshops. Read more
Merrymaking with Donkey & GoatCelebrate the season with a wine and pizza party, Dec 2. Read more.
Reflections on Food CultureRead our review and attend a panel with the writers on Dec 6.
Bundle Up & Chow DownOur new issue serves up warming winter dishes from three world cultures. Read more.