Last Saturday, Paul and I decided to forgo a hike in Marin in favor of exploring our own community of Oakland. I was ready to try la buena comida of East Oakland and visit El Ojo de Agua taco truck in Fruitvale. We toured International Boulevard, shopped at Mi Pueblo grocery, and gained more appreciation for our community.
I was thrilled to find a meaty, locally grown butternut squash in our farm box last week. It’s been cool and rainy here in Oakland since I got back from my Thanksgiving travels. A roasted squash soup seemed like a perfect dinner to take the chill off.
I did my usual recipe review, reading a [...]
I came across this blog post today (Rockridge: Food by Olivia, Juven, Vanessa, and Jackie) while working on some freelance work for the NWP, and I encourage everyone to read it. It was created by a group of East [...]
I’ll admit that on Friday mornings when I hear that “thump” on the front porch, I launch out of bed like it’s Christmas.
The farm box is here!
I quickly empty the contents of our box onto the dining room table, then examine each item one-by-one, conjuring visions of the coming [...]
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