Fall-Winter 2010 Contents


Editor’s Mixing Bowl

A Letter to the Editor
A response to the Natural Wine article in our Harvest 2010 issue

One Good Green Idea Leads to Another at Grand Lake Gardens
By Cheryl Angelina Koehler

Reclaiming a Native Harvest
By Gilberto Daniel Rodriguez

Coming soon to a backyard near you
By Jess Watson

A life in Food Made by Hand
Lessons with Rosetta Costantino
By Cheryl Angelina Koehler
With recipe: Mostaccioli con Mandorle

What Do You Do with a Black Futsu?
By Cheryl Angelina Koehler
Recipes by Chef Anthony Paone

Seven Stars of the Fall /Winter Season
By Jessica Prentice
with Maggie Gosselin and Sarah Klein

On the cusp of greatness?
California’s intensive olive oil industry
By Tim Kingston

Heritage Wheat
What would it take to revive a local grain economy? Part I
By Elizabeth Linhart Money

Edible East Bay Goes Tete-À-Tete with the Foodoodler
An interview with L. John Harris


About our cover artist:

Gina Dominguez has been creating mosaics for 15 years. “I like to think of mosaics as painting with glass and tile. It’s a very kind and forgiving art form, which makes it accessible to anyone, whether they have art experience or not.”

Originally inspired by the work of Antonio Gaudi during a year in Barcelona, Gina now creates mosaics for both home and public spaces.

At her retail store, Snapshot Mosaics, located at 6206 La Salle Avenue in Oakland, Gina sells a wide range of mosaic supplies, hosts parties, and offers classes and workshops.


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