Recent Articles:

Any Females in the House?
Edible East Bay, Winter, 2013-14

As a national conversation brews about the next generation of top women chefs, this piece profiles a new wave of female cooking talent in Oakland’s sizzling culinary scene. MORE »

Burnt: A Heated Hullabaloo Over $4 Toast
Edible San Francisco, Winter 2014

In the first of of four articles on the real price of food, this story examines how something as humble as toast became a focal point in the controversy over the cost of living in San Francisco, a subject that has garnered international attention. MORE »

 

Is 2014 the Tipping Point?
California, March 18, 2014

The minimum wage battle heats up in an election year. “The largest workforce in America can’t put food on the table—except when they go to work,” says Saru Jayaraman, who advocates for change as an activist and as a researcher at UC Berkeley. MORE »

 

Jamie O’s Edible Schoolyard Adventure
Bay Area Bites/KQED, January 7, 2014

Real food advocate Jamie Oliver visits Alice Waters’ cooking and gardening program for the first time. Schoolchildren serve him black-eyed peas he dubs “delicious.” Two iconic school food crusaders in one kitchen. MORE »

 

Urban Adamah 2.0
Civil Eats, May 5, 2014

Is urban ag viable? A faith-based city farm has met with success nourishing community members on several levels. And it’s poised to put down permanent roots as it grows.  MORE »’