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.
Tour Oakland Coffee TerritoryGet your coffee passport stamped when you visit Oakland’s indie cafés. Read more.
Book Signing on the FarmMeet Mi Ae Lipe, author of Bounty From the Box, and tour the farm, Aug 8. Read more.
Inspired Cooking with Vegetables
Pick up tips and techniques for working magic with veggies. Read our book reviews.
Fremont Arts ExtravaganzaLively street festival also highlights foods and wine, August 6 & 7. Read more.
On Growing a Better PlanetLearn from environmental experts at the Soil Not Oil Conference, August 5 & 6. Read more.
Learn about and taste wines from Paso Robles in Oakland, July 28. Read more.
I’ll Drink to That!Summer's garden bounty mixes beautifully with cocktails and bitters. Read our book reviews and learn about Ledger's Liquors here.
Ethiopian Chicken with Preserved Lemon RelishTry this outstanding recipe from Bitterman's Field Guide to Bitters and Amari.
A New Look at Ancient Grains
Flours made from buckwheat, sorghum, and teff are gluten free and packed with calcium, vitamins, and protein. Read more: here... Read More
Bean-to-Bar LearningDive in with a Food Craft Institute chocolate intensive, Aug 10-20. Read more.
Arctic Tour on a Hot Summer DayAs National Ice Cream Day approaches, we go behind the scenes at Fentons Creamery, July 17. Read more.
Super SCOBY Magic
Brew your own healing kombucha, July 21. Read more.
Tomato Time on the FarmEnjoy tastings, tours, and music in the Capay Valley, July 16. Read more.
Driving Down Food WasteAn expert panel looks at causes and possible solutions, July 20. Read more.
Summertime SweetsFrozen desserts and fruity treats are among summer’s many pleasures. Read our book reviews here.... Read More
Go Plastic Free in JulyThe Ecology Center offers hands-on events and learning opportunities. Read more.
A Bastille Day SoiréeMarket Hall serves up a celebration of French food, July 14. Read more.
El Torito Tapa!Run with the bulls at a fun bar in Walnut Creek, July 7-14. Read more.
Kick Back for East Bay ParksSales of Drake’s new IPA support trail clean-up and restoration. Read more.
Dirty Hands, Happy Kids
Pick up new tips and tricks for helping young gardeners thrive: here... Read More
Sips, Ships, and Sparks at the Richmond ShipyardCelebrate the Fourth (on July Third) at Riggers Loft Wine Company. Read more.
Seeing the Beauty of Nature in the Urban EnvironmentRead our book review and hear Nathanael Johnson speak at Books Inc, July 6.
Stone Fruit at the SourceCelebrate along with Central Valley growers at their Organic Stone Fruit Jubilee, June 25. Read more.
Fruitvale FestFestival honors the neighborhood’s diverse Latino culture, June 25. Read more.
Pop-up Dinner Honors an Indigenous ChefFarm to Fork Series offers a meal inspired by Native American recipes, July 8. Read more.
Big Bale of Money for Small Family FarmsApply now for $20,000 through the Beekman 1802 Mortgage Lifter program.Read more.
Gain Ancient Food WisdomThree Stone Hearth offers an intensive on traditional diets, June 18. Read more.
Buzz & Flap, Creep & CrawlWhat a way to celebrate Father's Day: Bug Day at the Botanical Garden, June 19. Read more.
Peachy Plummy!Taste those sweet stone fruits and play the name game, June 19. Read more.
Alameda Kitchen BenefitHelp cut food waste while creating jobs, June 24. Read more.
Meet, Greet, & EatCelebrate West Oakland’s future full-service market, June 18. Read more.
Discover Handmade TreasuresIndulge in artistic goods and artisanal foods at KPFA’s Summer Crafts Fair, June 18-19. Read more.
Cooking With ElderflowersDelicate floral blossoms enhance sweet and savory foods alike. Read more.
Last Call on EDDY’s VotingPlease push us over the top: Voting ends on Wednesday June 8 at 9pm. Read more.
Celebrate the Farm in the City
Explore West Oakland’s new urban farm and play space, June 11 & 12. Read more.
Antiques on the FarmHunt for vintage treasures and savor a picnic lunch in the orchard, June 11. Read more.
Health-Giving GardensExplore the nutritional and healing properties of California’s native plants, June 12. Read more.
Strategies for Getting Meals on the Table
Looking for quick and easy ways to prepare healthy meals? Read our book reviews here.... Read More