Iino's small-batch Japanese preserves company won two Good Food Awards this year.
Find out what to eat and where to get Hawaiian cuisine in Berkeley, Oakland and beyond.
Want to get out and about on an outdoor adventure? Try dropping in to one of our favorite East Bay spots for tasty, easy and unique picnic fare.
Tokyo Fish Market on San Pablo Avenue in Berkeley is an East Bay institution, selling Japanese staples such as rice and soy sauce -- and lots of seafood, of course.
Minh Tsai is on a mission to make tofu the next hip artisanal food. He knows he has a ways to go to get many Americans to even taste tofu, but if anyone can make it cool to eat bean curd, this enthusiastic self-described tofu master is the man for the job.
Several Berkeley businesses won top honors in SFGate’s Best of the Bay Awards, which this year attracted more than 71,000 votes from readers.
In case you missed it, a post on this site last week elicited an entertaining rumination by Berkeleysider EBGuy on Berkeley’s food stores and their role as our new cathedrals — or temples, or synagogues. More Berkeleysiders weighed in with their analogies. Here’s the full list (so far):