Berkeley-based founder Evy Ballegeer makes a version of the popular cookie that evokes her home country of Belgium.
John Fox, the former owner of Premier Cru, was not a very good criminal, according to the government, but his cooperation with them may see him served fewer years in prison.
Noah Alper had a long journey, from Cambridge, MA to Jerusalem and then to Berkeley, before founding Noah’s Bagels in 1989.
The pop-up cooking school is a project of two Tante Marie vets, Berkeley’s Frances Wilson and Oakland’s Jen Knapp. Most classes take place at Berkeley’s Rocket Restaurant Resource.
The book, by Berkeleyside co-founder Frances Dinkelspiel, tells the story of Berkeley native Mark Anderson who committed the largest ever crime involving wine.
Bob Rawson and Fred Dick take a serious, hands-on approach to the technical aspects of making food-friendly, reasonably priced wine.
The cook and writer tells us about his four essential kitchen tools and offers an insight into his Steak Myth lab, happening Oct. 15 at the Uncharted Festival of Ideas in Berkeley.
In addition to running her wholesale tea company, Roth has been building out The Blue Willow Teaspot, a tea house, on her own. It is set to softly open Oct. 16.
Despite a diagnosis of a life-threatening blood disease, the young entrepreneur is finding success with a thriving Berkeley-based catering company, Salt & Honey.
Jessica Oh and Chi Moon have now opened five successful Korean restaurants across the East Bay, and it all started with bowls of bibimbap.
The former New York Times columnist will be at Uncharted, a production of Berkeleyside, on Friday Oct. 14.
John Fox, a lanky 66-year-old with fading red hair, used to meet scantily-dressed 20-year-olds at least two or three times a week at Artís Coffee on Berkeley’s Fourth Street.
John E. Fox could face as much as 20 years in prison and a $250,000 fine for defrauding his clients over a period of six years.
“The way a ceramic piece comes into being is a really nice arc,” says the Berkeley potter. “And I think people also love how when the story is finished they can hold and use these things.”