Contents Fall Harvest 2016

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HARVEST SEASON WORKSHOPS

TEA AND CHOCOLATE, ANYONE?

STASH IT!

LOVE THAT FLATBREAD!

SHOP THE TRUCK

RECIPES

Black Cod and Eggplant with Apple-Miso Glaze
Elderberry Jam
Elderberry Buckwheat Tart
Spiced Elderberry Cordial
Elder Almond Pound Cake
Garden Salad with Tomato-Water Vinaigrette
Pork Chop Pizzaiola
Tomato Sauce from Fresh Tomatoes
Pork Tenderloin with Fresh Fig Sauce

EDITOR’S MIXING BOWL

EDIBLE EVENTS

A PLEASANTON FOOD TOUR

SEVEN STARS OF FALL

THE RISE OF ROOFTOP FARMING

FALL FORAGING: ELDERBERRIES

EAST BAY GETS A NEW WINE APPELLATION

EAT.THINK.DESIGN. AT UC BERKELEY

CARBON-CONSCIOUS FARMING

THE ART OF TOMATO BREEDING

COOKING THE TOMATO RAINBOW AT LALIME’S

TOOLS OF THE TRADE: UMAMI MART

SUSTAINABLE FISH IN SCHOOL LUNCHES

EAST BAY FARMERS’ MARKETS

WHAT’S IN SEASON

SOURCE GUIDE

GUIDE TO GOOD EATS

 

four-seasonsAbout Our Cover Artist: Shari Arai DeBoer

El Sobrante–based painter, printmaker, and book artist Shari Arai DeBoer is fascinated by the beauty found in the natural world and in the minutiae of everyday life. As she delves into her subject matter, Shari finds narrative in the way things interrelate and change through time. This often leads her into a process of visual storytelling. On this and two past-issue covers, Shari tells quiet but powerful stories about how our food is grown, cooked, and enjoyed.

Beginning her career as an architect, Shari eventually transitioned to art, taking a special interest in watercolor, a medium in which she offers private instruction. She also devotes much of her time to a variety of nonprofit art projects.

EEB45-cover-STShari’s paintings and etchings have been included in the Alameda County Art Collection and the Library of Congress Fine Print Collection. She was part of a group of artists that produced the Science Tarot, a unique deck of tarot cards illustrating scientific concepts.

Four Seasons – Easel Box IV is one of Shari’s collaborations with her husband, architect and furniture designer Darrel DeBoer. In search of ways to utilize woodworking project leftovers too beautiful to dispose of, Darrel started making decorative boxes. These boxes evolved into easel boxes, custom made to display and house a series of Shari’s small watercolors.

sharideboer.com

 

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