Berkeley’s Three Stone Hearth has developed a unique model for community-scale food preparation based on traditional, nutrient-dense health principles.
View from the University Club where the Uncharted Party is on Friday evening. And yes, the Giants game will be showing there too! Photo: UCB UNCHARTED Wake up tomorrow morning and mingle with some of the most prominent and captivating thinkers across the disciplines. Berkeleyside presents the second annual Uncharted, a two-day festival jam-packed with stimulating discussion and […]
Eduardo Morell of Morell’s Bread bakes in a wood-fire oven in Marin and brings his loaves back to Berkeley to sell.
A recent afternoon of bread, cheese, and baking at The Cheese Board Collective. All photos: Christina Diaz Exploring alternative ways to work in the food industry is a hot topic. Last week in San Francisco a sold out Kitchen Table Talks, a monthly panel showcasing local food folk, featured a discussion about successful edible enterprises […]
Jessica Prentice’s claim to fame comes from coining the term locavore, chosen as the 2007 Word of the Year by the New Oxford American Dictionary. The New York City-trained natural chef lives and breathes the locavore lifestyle. She is a co-founder of Three Stone Hearth, a community supported kitchen cooperative on University Avenue, which sells […]
Berkeleysiders interested in food and farming may find themselves torn between two edible events being held downtown — or bouncing between both this Thursday. The Earth Island Institute and VegNews Magazine host a hot-topic debate: “Can You Be a ‘Good Environmentalist’ and Still Eat Meat?” In one corner, Nicolette Hahn Niman, a Marin rancher and […]