Edible East Bay News

Pork, Seafood, and Spring Planting -

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Explore the options at the UC Botanical Garden Spring Plant Sale, April 29-30.Read more.

Take Home a Michael Pollan . . 

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. . .  from the Merritt College Spring Plant Sale, April 30-May 1. Read more.

A Mooooment to Celebrate

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Clover Stornetta turns 100!   Read more.

Hog Heritage Matters

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Chefs compete in a fundraiser to save heritage breeds, May 1. Read more.

Barn Fair Fun

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Find artisanal foods and local wares at a festive Temescal market, May 1.
Read more

 A Convivial Seafood Feast

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Real Good Fish and Niles Pie Co. offer a springtime feast, May 1. Read more.

Farmsteads and Passover Macaroons -

A Fresh Look at California Farmsteads

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Edible East Bay applauds writer Sarah Henry and photographer Erin Scott
for their new book, Farmsteads of the California Coast. Read more.

 


 

Celebrating Mediterranean Jewish Foods

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Chef Joyce Goldstein serves up a new book and recipe samples, April 16. Read more.


 

 Celebrate Earth Day
at Wagner Ranch

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A free festival promises outdoor fun for all ages, April 17.  Read more.

April Delights at Wente Vineyards 

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Enjoy 30th anniversary events throughout the month.  Read more.

  Surf Smelt, Anyone?

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Fish workshop teaches pickling and fermenting, April 24. Read more.

  Masterful Macaroons

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Learn a Brazilian chef’s secrets for this treat.  Read more.

 

 

       

 

Hands On Fish Workshops -

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Join Slow Food East Bay for an exploration of all things fish!  Read more.

Grains, Healthy Solutions, And A Fun Run -

Pop-Up for Camp Scholarships

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Fundraiser helps kids attend summer cooking programs, April 9. Read more.

Grain Trust

Community-Grains

Conference highlights whole grains, seeds, and soil, April 9 & 10.
Read more.

Healthy Food for
Vulnerable Americans

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Read more.

Fun for All
at the Farm Run

Farm-Fresh-To-You-5K-Fun-Run-2Hit the trail with Capay Organic farmer Thaddeus Barsotti, April 16.
Read more.

Sheepdog Smarts and Poster Power -
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Come out to the McCormack Ranch for a lively day of dog trials, April 1-3.   Read more.

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Special Occasions

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Add unexpected flavors to spring picnics and potlucks. Read more.

Prince of Prints

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Celebrate the art of David Lance Goines at the UC Botanical Garden, March 26 – April 7. Read more.

Lamb Braise for Your Seder, Easter, or Spring Feast

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Try this lamb recipe from Café Rouge. Read more.

Paddle & Sip

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Join Michael Dashe for a river rafting and wine tasting vacation, June 10-14. Read more.

20,000 and Counting

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At The Town Kitchen, success comes one boxed lunch at a time. Read more.

Wine, Cheese, and Real Good Fish -

Cheese Bliss

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Indulge in tastings, pairings, and demos at the Artisan Cheese Festival, March 18-20.  Read more.

Flavors of Spring

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Celebrate the change of season with our flavorful Nappa Cabbage Spring Rolls.
Read more.

 

 

Slow Down with Good Fish

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Slow Food workshop offers techniques in smoking, curing, and drying fish, March 20.  Read more.
 

 

Sublime Sips

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Experience bold new flavors at Livermore Valley’s Barrel Tasting Weekend, March 19 & 20.  Read more.

Clams, Spring Veggies, and Garden Gurus -

Local Fish News Flash:
Crabs, oysters, mussels, and clams are again safe to eat!

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Celebrate with a bowl of local clam chowder. Read more.
Read more about the easing of the local fishing ban: here

Master Gardeners
Talk Compost

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Monthly sessions include expert advice and guided tours,  March 12 & April 9.
Read more.

Think
Permaculture

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 Urban Adamah offers an intensive design course, May 1-15. Read more.

Read, Taste, & Explore:
Glimpsing Spring

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Spring fruits and veggies are plentiful, along with new recipes to try. Read more.

Urban Farm Day and Focus on Fibershed -

Urban Farm Savvy

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Bring on the chicks, bees, and fermented veggies, March 5.  Read more.

 

Dressing to Save the Planet 

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Fibershed founder talks eco-attire, March 6.
Read more.

 

 Fibers & Dyes
From the Garden

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Annual exhibit also features hands-on workshops, March 5-27. Read more.

 

 A Bonanza for School Gardens

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Supply giveaway gets West County kids and teachers planting, March 10. Read more.

 

 Cheers!

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Oakland restaurant supports Latinas with a new cocktail menu. Read more.

 

New-Bread

East Bay farmers, millers, and bakers bring us homegrown grains.  Read more.

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Our Spring Issue is Out!

Pick up your free copy at an East Bay farmers’ market or participating business
or subscribe to have a copy mailed to you directly

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Time to sign up for community-supported agriculture (CSA)!   Read more.

 Right on Track 

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Wine Soul Train wins a Taste Award.
Read more.

Hands-On

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Make your own knife rack on
February 28.    Read more.

School Gardens and Green Wine -

Dine for School Gardens

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Local restaurants donate proceeds
on February 18.   Read more.

Making Greener Wine

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Grape growers talk sustainability
on February 22.   Read more.

Say Cheese

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Photos capture solo diners: on view through March 15. Read more.


Early Spring Vegetable Gardening 

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Read our book reviews.

 

 


 

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