Harvest 2010 Contents


Editor’s Mixing Bowl


An Interview with Susan Coss, director of the Eat Real Festival

Eating Street Food in eVille
By Derrick Schneider

East Bay Winemakers, Naturally
By Mark Middlebrook

What’s in Season: Beans
By Barbara Kobsar

Seven Stars of the Harvest Season
By Jessica Prentice with Maggie Gosselin and Sarah Klein

On produce overload?
How to make the most of a plentiful harvest
By Cheryl Angelina Koehler

Pomegranate Passages
By Susan Unger

Stirring Up Passions: Rachel Saunders and her Blue Chair Fruit Company
By Rita Hurault with David Gans

Tamale Secrets: Real Mexican field corn flourishes near the Fremont BART
By Patricia Hayse Haller

Scott Miller’s Market Hall
Sending a message to the market: Quality and sustainability don’t come cheap.
By Tim Kingston

Cooking with Fire: Evolutionary then and now?
By Suzanne Saucy

Deborah Madison Visits Berkeley: An interview at TRAX Gallery
By Carolyn Miller



About our cover artist:

Kieren Dutcher lives in Oakland with her husband and kids. She teaches art in Berkeley and also spends time in her art studio, where she worked for the past several years to create the illustrations for her first commissioned picture book, Chinese and English Nursery Rhymes: Share and Sing in Two Languages, by Faye-Lynn Wu (Tuttle Publishing, April 2010).

She is influenced by folk art from around the world, children and their art, and nature. Most of her illustrations are done in gouache resist. To see more, go to her website, kierendutcher.com

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