Laura McLively's blog, My Berkeley Bowl, aims to cook with "every single fruit and vegetable in the entire store."
A mini-store with a curated selection of artisanal Japanese pantry items has popped up at Berkeley Bowl West. We've got an inside look at these tasty, unique foods.
Friends are arriving in an hour. You're just leaving work. Organize dinner with minimum effort for maximum effect.
Pro chef Hugh Groman shows you how to use sight, smell, touch, and even sound to choose your fruits and vegetables at the market.
If there's one thing worth knowing to help you cook more like a pro, it's when and how to use salt.
Neighbors will meet Saturday morning at the South Berkeley Community Church to discuss the city’s plans to revitalize the Adeline Corridor. All are invited.
Berkeley Honda, which was displaced from its home at 2600 Shattuck Ave. in November, is making plans to move down the street into the building now occupied by Any Mountain, at 2777 Shattuck. Any Mountain has yet to find a new location in the city.
Local coffee brewer Arsalan Pourmand is bringing Flux, his signature cold-brew coffee, to the masses, in bottles and on tap.
Berkeley flocked to a brand new Whole Foods Market today, the city's second, while other local grocery stores took note.
The city of Berkeley is hoping to dramatically rethink many elements of South Berkeley, thanks to a $750,000 planning grant it received from the Metropolitan Transportation Commission in May.
What does a pro look for when choosing produce? Our eyes were opened when shopping at Berkeley Bowl West with chef Linda Carucci.