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Poulet, an anchor deli in the Gourmet Ghetto for 33 years, has a new chef with fresh ideas.
Owner Marc Kelly shares stories about his tiny takeaway business Soop in the Gourmet Ghetto.
Phyllis Grant cooks a whole cow, drops f-bombs, and has many grateful fans who have young children. Find out why her blog dash and bella resonates with readers.
Darryl Kimble, a chef at beloved Bette’s Oceanview Diner for almost 30 years, talks about diner life and what kind of restaurant he’d like to call his own.
Starting today, a boot camp for college food activists kicks off at UC Berkeley’s Student Housing Cooperative, designed to equip students to run co-op food enterprises on campuses across the country, like the Berkeley Student Food Collective.
Food writer Sarah Henry reviews the year in all things edible in Berkeley.
The back story behind the artisan food business Phoenix Pastificio, a Berkeley Farmers’ Market regular.
Andre Green, food services coordinator for Berkeley’s Food & Housing Project, talks about serving Thanksgiving to the homeless, cooking from the heart, and why he cares.
Eduardo Morell of Morell’s Bread bakes in a wood-fire oven in Marin and brings his loaves back to Berkeley to sell.
The Center for Ecoliteracy’s new cookbook-guide Cooking with California Food in K-12 Schools aims to improve school food beyond Berkeley.
Alice Waters and Robert Reich discuss the cost of a delicious revolution as part of UC Berkeley’s Edible Education class.