CONTENTS FALL/WINTER 2009
MEET OUR COVER ARTIST:

Our cover art and What’s in Season illustrations this issue are by Rosalie Z Fanshel. As an illustrator, Fanshel specializes in intelligent and compelling works that demonstrate local living and engaged community. Her art is informed by ten years on—and in—the ground of the sustainable agriculture movement. You can see Fanshel’s illustrations around town on the bags, shirts, and signage for the Berkeley Farmers’ Markets. To learn more about her work, visit rosaliezfanshel.com

NEWS FROM THE FARM
The Trouble with Starlings
By Thaddeus Barsotti

HERITAGE TURKEYS
Back from the Brink in Time for the Holidays
By Nicholas Taylor

WINTER GARDENING AT FAIRYLAND
By Helen Krayenhoff

NEW THOUGHTS ON COOKING WITH HERBS
By Derrick Schneider

A CLEAN SLATE FOR GRAY WATER
By Matthew Green

WHAT’S IN SEASON
The Big Brassica Band
By Barbara Kobsar

COOKING WITH BRASSICAS
Daikon, Asian Pear, and Shiso Salad
Duck Breast with Braised Cabbage from the Restaurant at Wente Vineyards

SEASONAL RECIPES

WHAT TO POUR AT THE HOLIDAY TABLE
By Kirstin Jackson
Pork Loin Stuffed with Turkey Sausage, Chard and Sage
Roasted Butternut Salad

THE OLIVE GROVES OF SUNOL
By Cheryl Angelina Koehler

OLIVE OIL IN MY DESSERT?
Recipes by Maria Teresa Capdevielle

FROM FOREST TO BARREL TO BOTTLE
Understanding the Oak to Wine Connection
By Kirstin Jackson

DIGITAL EDITION

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