Registered Dietitian tells us what’s in season this winter, where to get it, and how you don’t really have any good excuses no to go.
As of June, West Oakland now has its own Farmers Market. We sat down with the creator of the market to learn more about what makes this one unique and what the future holds for this new event. Currently, the market features 45-50 vendors including local, seasonal growers, pasture-raised meats,
EATING HEALTY! My New Year’s resolution to be a healthier lady (and, in turn, gain the body of a young Cindy Crawford) is going pretty well. I joined a CSA, started chewing Trident Tropical Twist (the best gum in the world) instead of chocolate-covered pretzels while watching my beloved Hoarders,
A trip to the local farmer’s market can often end poorly, do to pricey produce and overzealous shopping. With the help of the following tips, you can make your next trip to the market a happy, successful adventure into the life of a farmer….or something. 1. Get to know the
I like food. Nay, I love food. I went to a job interview at CafÃ© 2 in the Museum of Modern Art once where the interviewer told me that my face “lit up” when I started talking about chorizo. That is not a joke. Unfortunately I’ve also got $40 to
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Spring has sort of sprung, which means new Farmers Markets are popping up left and right! FarMars are every broke-ass’s wet dream; with the ample trading and bartering that goes on, you can easily feed yourself for a week on $20. And if the stands don’t take your mom’s credit
Jane Jacobs wrote in The Death and Life of Great American Cities that “lively, diverse, intense cities contain the seeds of their own regeneration.” One seed, nourished by SF’s Shared Spaces, is the confluence of people, strangers and neighbors alike, neighborhoods, and public streets. Through Shared Spaces, temporarily car-free streets
Every week, we curate a newsletter of the best and boldest in Bay Area events and entertainment. We usually like to focus on the things that don’t happen every day, the once-in-a-lifetime, totally unique experiences that you can only find in this very special neck of the woods. But you