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Savor the SeasonTry our heavenly bread pudding recipe while cherries are fresh and abundant.
Adventures in Biodynamic FarmingSpend an enlightening weekend at Live Power Community Farm, June 10–12. Read more.
Summer Fun for Teen ChefsKitchen on Fire welcomes young cooks. Read more.
Enjoy French Foods, Help Local SeniorsA Taste of France supports Meals on Wheels, June 5. Read more.
Super Efficient Irrigation for Spring Vegetable GardensLearn to be a savvy water saver. Read more.
Dancers Explore Climate ChangeNina Haft & Company perform along a coast trail, May 29, 30, and June 5. Read more.
Summer PleasuresOur new summer issue is in print and will be turning up this week at local farmers’ markets and East Bay businesses. Indulge yourself!
Nishanga Bliss discusses research on food and pleasure in our new issue.
Plum Pickling TimeTransform fruit into umeboshi, May 22. Read more.
Fruitvale’s Many FlavorsSample Latino delicacies on a neighborhood walking tour, May 22. Read more.
Read OnOakland’s Book Festival welcomes the thoughtful, hungry, and curious, May 22. Read more.
Ecology Center Welcomes SummerDance, play, and create at the Family Fun Fest, May 28. Read more.
Eating Clean & Green
Consider the advantages of a diet without processed and refined foods. Read our book reviews here.... Read More
Strawberry ArtCreate your own botanical artistry at Il Fiorello, May 21. Read more.
Meet & Greet at GrabishfarmGet to know the heritage breed animals and learn why they matter, May 21. Read more.
Chickens, Goats, and Food ForestsInstitute of Urban Homesteading tours, May 15 & 22. Read more.
Keep the Brews ComingBeer and burgers take center stage in Fremont,May 21. Read more.
Craving Majadera?Learn about this flavorful Israeli dish featuring spiced lentils, rice, and tahini in our story about Piedmont Avenue eatery Ba-Bite.
Cooking with Belcampo’s Anya FernaldRead our review and meet Anya at Oakland Crush, May 18. Read more.
Overrun by Nasturtiums?Fight back and put them in pesto. Read more.
Berkeley Garden PartyTaste, tour, and splurge on plants at the Edible Schoolyard, May 7. Read more.
The Wisdom of WeedsA middle schooler reveals life lessons learned in the garden. Read more.
Connect with changemakers and experts on soils, seeds, and pollinators, May 10. Read more.
EVOO EnlightenmentLearn and taste at the Pasta Shop's Extra-Virgin Olive Oil Festival, May 14. Read more.
Edible East Bay Recipes Now on PinterestVisit our Pinterest page for the scoop.
The Garden in Your GlassFor outstanding cocktails, start with ingredients from your garden or farmers' market. Read more.... Read More
Water-Wise PlantingExplore the options at the UC Botanical Garden Spring Plant Sale, April 29-30.Read more.
Take Home a Michael Pollan . .. . . from the Merritt College Spring Plant Sale, April 30-May 1. Read more.
A Mooooment to CelebrateClover Stornetta turns 100! Read more.
Hog Heritage MattersChefs compete in a fundraiser to save heritage breeds, May 1. Read more.
Barn Fair FunFind artisanal foods and local wares at a festive Temescal market, May 1. Read more
A Convivial Seafood FeastReal Good Fish and Niles Pie Co. offer a springtime feast, May 1. Read more.
A Fresh Look at California Farmsteads
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 FoodsRead more.
Celebrate Earth Day at Wagner RanchA free festival promises outdoor fun for all ages, April 17. Read more.
April Delights at Wente VineyardsEnjoy 30th anniversary events throughout the month. Read more.
Surf Smelt, Anyone?Fish workshop teaches pickling and fermenting, April 24. Read more.
Masterful MacaroonsLearn a Brazilian chef's secrets for this treat. Read more.
Join Slow Food East Bay for an exploration of all things fish! Read more.... Read More
Pop-Up for Camp ScholarshipsFundraiser helps kids attend summer cooking programs, April 9. Read more.
Grain TrustConference highlights whole grains, seeds, and soil, April 9 & 10. Read more.
Healthy Food for Vulnerable AmericansExpert panel ponders solutions at the Commonwealth Club, April 11. Read more.
Fun for All at the Farm RunHit the trail with Capay Organic farmer Thaddeus Barsotti, April 16. Read more.
Sheepdog SmartsCome out to the McCormack Ranch for a lively day of dog trials, April 1-3. Read more.
Special OccasionsAdd unexpected flavors to spring picnics and potlucks. Read more.
Prince of PrintsCelebrate 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
Try this lamb recipe from Café Rouge. Read more.
Paddle & SipJoin Michael Dashe for a river rafting and wine tasting vacation, June 10-14. Read more.
20,000 and CountingAt The Town Kitchen, success comes one boxed lunch at a time. Read more.
Cheese BlissIndulge in tastings, pairings, and demos at the Artisan Cheese Festival, March 18-20. Read more.
Flavors of SpringCelebrate the change of season with our flavorful Nappa Cabbage Spring Rolls. Read more.Slow Food workshop offers techniques in smoking, curing, and drying fish, March 20. Read more.
Sublime SipsExperience bold new flavors at Livermore Valley’s Barrel Tasting Weekend, March 19 & 20. Read more.