[Sponsored] Samin Nosrat’s new bestselling book ‘Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat,’ illustrated by Wendy MacNaughton, will teach you how to cook anything.
The East Bay has a gleaming new distillery, and Emeryville's Scarlet City Espresso Bar is up and running.
Two course at Cal this fall -- an artistic workshop that explores food and a journalism class that digs into food and farming matters -- offer an edible education to students and the community a large as well.
Potentially lost in the tsunami of stories of all things Chez Panisse this week — see yesterday’s Berkeleyside Wire and this post today for a fraction of the coverage circulating in anticipation of the 40th anniversary celebrations that start in earnest tonight — is the fact that the weekend long festivities are, at their heart, a series of fundraisers for the newly launched Edible Schoolyard Project, a national hub designed to broaden the reach of The Edible Schoolyard founded by Alice Waters.
Listen up locavores in search of the next edible experience: Berkeleysiders have no fewer than three pop-up dining options, each with their own unique flavor, from which to pick from the first weekend in May.
Samin Nosrat is a veritable poster girl for the current trend (some would say necessity) of workplace reinvention.