Search results for: A. K. Carroll

Food Shift Test Kitchen

WASTE NOT Food Shift launches a test kitchen for a better food system STORY AND PHOTO BY A. K. CARROLL Food-waste activist Dana Frasz was blanching a massive vat of green beans when she first learned of Robert Egger, the man she would later describe as her “soul brother.” Egger is founder and president of…

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Open Doors

Opportunity Brewing At 1951 Coffee, refugees gain job skills and employment as their stories are brought into view Story and photo by A.K. Carroll What would it feel like to be separated from your country, culture, and the only home you’ve ever known? Grab a cup of Algorithm cold brew or Verve espresso at 2410…

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Our Contributors Spring 2016

Originally from the cornfields of Nebraska, Amanda Kuehn Carroll has spent most of her life wandering and wondering, often getting lost in the process. Her work has appeared in Diablo, 7×7, Saint Mary’s, San Francisco, Napa Sonoma,SF Weekly, and online at Berkeleyside. You can find links to her work at akakuehn.wix.com/clips and reach her at…

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Turn Up the Heat!

Whether you favor burgers, salmon, or tofu on the barbie, it’s time to clean your grill and get cooking. In this newsletter: ●  The Local Butcher pops up at the farmers’ market – Tuesdays through October ●  Contemplate food ethics at Mrs. Dalloway’s – June 11 ●  Dine with a chef and a revolutionary – June…

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Medicineshed

The Not-So-Slow Herbal Economy By Jillian Laurel Steinberger   The herbal economy is vital. Viable. Brisk even. “Herbal” seems too positive a word to stick next to “economy,” given the latter’s tarnished associations. Yet, the existence of a thriving “right economy” enables people to freely pursue jobs they enjoy; that sustain them; that don’t take…

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Uncommon Exchange

Doug Reil gives Maria Myers the produce donated to Cafeina. Uncommon Exchange Doug Reil serves up a radical idea in food sharing By Rachel Trachten Photos by Nicki Rosario If you’re looking for a tasty meal made from locally sourced produce this season, but are not quite up for Chez Panisse, consider Cafeína Organic Café,…

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