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A Talk with Chef John Ash

When it comes to local, seasonal foods expertly matched with wine, the name Chef John Ash often comes to mind. After all, the two-time James Beard Award winning author, educator …

Q&A with journalist Marc Frank

“When it comes to food, I would say that I eat more healthy than I did, and less.”          – Marc Frank, on his diet in Cuba   There’s …

Food Literacy Center Reaches Next Generation

Sacramento has been called America’s Farm-to-Fork Capital in recent years. The region has 1.5 million acres of farmland that grows more than 120 crops. There are 40 farmers markets. And …

A Trip to America’s Farm-to-Fork Capital

For centuries, the Sacramento Delta region has been an important agriculture center, thanks to its year-round, Mediterranean growing climate. So, it’s not really surprising that Mayor Kevin Johnson declared in …

Decolonize Your Diet

Say “Mexican food” and many people have images of fried foods, smothered in cheese, with plenty of sour cream.  It’s delicious food, but not considered particularly healthy cuisine that fights …

A Spotlight on Sorghum

Sorghum might just be one of the most interesting foods you aren’t yet eating. This ancient cereal crop is the fifth most important cereal crop in the world, according to …

Celebrate International Year of Pulses

Pulses have been eaten since at least 7000 to 8000 B.C. according to the United Nations, but the year 2016 might be the one that pushes these healthy foods to …

Op-Ed: “Trust me. Butter is better.”

Mark Bittman is a noted journalist, author and chef. He’s now at UC Berkeley, where he is affiliated with the Berkeley Food Institute and the Graduate School of Journalism. He’s …