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Emeryville Arts, Out and About, and Forage Kitchen

Forage Kitchen Opens in Oakland Visit the new co-working space for chefs and food entrepreneurs, Oct 7. Read more. The Rye Baker Visits Mrs. Dalloway’s Meet the author and sample breads from Europe and America, Oct 7. Read more. Emeryville Art Show Turns 30 Local talent is on display with works in many media, opening…

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Foods of the Americas, a Harvest Tasting, and a Pig Roast

An Exhibit to Feast on at the UC Botanical Garden Plus a family day, mezcal tasting, and a harvest dinner, Oct 1-21. Read more.  Sweet Times at the Oasis  Sample East Bay honeys and learn about urban farming, Oct 1. Read more.  Celebrate the Olive Harvest Taste, create, and explore at the Orinda Olive Festival, Oct…

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The Business Of Beer, Plant Sales, And Kitchen Trolls

Bewitching Bites A local event highlights the magic of The Troll Cookbook, Sept 24. Read our review including recipes, and learn more about the event: here.  Party with the Plants Merritt College Fall Plant Sale features family fun and great plants for your garden, Oct 1 & 2. Read more. Celebrate Life on the Farm…

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Tomatotopia, Eat Real, and Good News for Seed-Savers

Tomato Dreams Come True Join Edible East Bay and local tomato breeders at Tomatotopia, Sept 25. Read more.   Eat Real! It’s that time again! Don’t miss Oakland’s annual Eat Real Fest, Sept 23-25 at Jack London Square. Read more   Fiber Artists Trunk Show Berkeley Horticultural Nursery hosts a trunk show featuring handmade and homegrown goods,…

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The Millet Project and to Eat or Not Eat Beef

High Marks for the Millet Project Get to know this high-nutrition, gluten-free grain, Sept.11. Read more.  What’s the Beef With Beef?   How much does eating steak and burgers contribute to climate change? Sept. 14.Read more.  Bowls of Deliciousness   Whole Bowls offers veggie, vegan, and gluten-free recipes in a cozy serving dish.Read our review…

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Real Food Real Stories and a Hay Bale Tomato Maze

    Real Food, Real Stories Picnic Meet food activist Brahm Ahmadi and hear his story, Sept 8. Read more.        Celebrate Makers at              Donkey & Goat First Fridays highlight local wine, food, art, and music. Read more.   Late Summer Feasts Get ready for memorable barbecues and…

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Eat.Think.Design & A Place at the Table

Eat.Think.Design. Goes Online Cal course in food and innovation now open to all. Read more.  Campus Innovators  Cal grad students tackle food-centered problems in Eat.Think.Design. Read our story here.  Film Explores Hunger in America A Place at the Table offers hard truths and possible answers, Sept 1. Read more  Waste Not, Want Not!   Learn…

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Our New Fall Issue and Art In The Nursery

Juicy Reads! Our new Fall Harvest ’16 issue features tomatoes, carbon farming, rooftop veggies, and much more. Find a copyhere. (Cover art by Shari Arai DeBoer.)  Carbon Conscious on the Farm New trends in farming create healthier soil and happier cows. Read our story here. Art Among the Shrubbery Local artists display their works at…

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It’s National Farmers’ Market Week:

Cook, Shop, & Volunteer! The Farmers’ Market Wants You! Attend CUESA’s volunteer orientation and explore the opportunities, Aug 17. Read more. Cook the Market With Kitchen on Fire Build your farmers’ market savvy with cooking demos and a hands-on class, Aug 18 & 20. Read more.   Shop the Truck It’s National Farmers’ Market Week,…

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Oakland’s Indie Coffee Passport and An Arts Fest In Fremont

Tour Oakland Coffee Territory Get your coffee passport stamped when you visit Oakland’s indie cafés. Read more. Book Signing on the Farm Meet Mi Ae Lipe, author of Bounty From the Box, and tour the farm, Aug 8. Read more. Inspired Cooking with Vegetables Pick up tips and techniques for working magic with veggies. Read…

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