The Afro-vegan chef aims to show more people that eating vegetable-based meals is simple, affordable and delicious.
Cookbook author and food activist Bryant Terry talked about his roots and urged students to get engaged around food security issues.
There’s plenty of food news in this week’s Bites, including an update on 21st Amendment’s San Leandro brewery (opening soon!) and Elmwood’s The Advocate.
Philip Gelb, a chef and musician, hosts a monthly series that pairs a four-course meal with a recital featuring singular musicians.
Think of agents for change in American eating habits, and Berkeley’s Alice Waters and Michael Pollan come immediately to mind. Indeed, eat-more-greens advocates can appear as white as Wonder Bread. On the menu at La Pena Cultural Center last night: some much-needed color in the conversation about good food matters. Visceral Feast, a work-in-progress performance […]
A group of the eminently interesting Bay Area food writers will discuss the future of food systems and farming this Saturday from 1-3pm at the Pasta Shop on Fourth Street. Panelists for “Get Sharp! The Cutting Edge of Food” include Novella Carpenter (Farm City: The Education of an Urban Farmer), Joyce Goldstein — pictured above […]