Local food artisans Wooden Spoons and La Tourangelle took home Good Food Awards at the ceremony last Friday.
Passione Pizza now has a fully functional food truck, Park Street Grill has debuted in Alameda, and much more East Bay food news in this week's Bites.
This week in Bites, we have lots of beer and bar news, plus new brunch in Fruitvale and an abundance of Father's Day events in the East Bay.
From the judges through to the winners, the East Bay made its presence felt at the 2015 Good Food Awards.
A new restaurant from City Girl Farm Store's Abeni Ramsey and a new women-run Latin food coop in Richmond. This and more East Bay food news.
Four East Bay food and drink producers, including INNA Jam's Dafna Kory, above, are finalists at this year's Good Food Awards.
New restaurants and bars, plans afoot by food entrepreneurs and chefs, launches and celebrations: all the latest edible news from the East Bay for our fellow gastronomes.
In a teeny tiny, dark commercial kitchen on a small shopping strip on Gilman Street in Berkeley’s Westbrae neighborhood, four full-time, female food artisans, and a few part-timers too, are turning out sweet baked goods that have earned them mad props in the Bay Area.
Michael Davidson, 29, is a man with many skills: a scientist by day, he’s the guru of the grilled cheese sandwich by night — and on weekends too.
Would you buy a box of bread, cheese, chocolate, wine, olive oil or jam from a local artisan on a regular basis?
Dafna Kory discovered the delights of jalapeňo jam during pre-dinner nibbles at a Thanksgiving gathering. She went out to buy a jar, couldn’t find the mighty spicy condiment anywhere, so she began experimenting with making her own. It became an instant hit among her posse.