There's lots of livestock, but not many abattoirs.
• A domestic violence call in the Tenderloin last night began when a woman suggested that she and her companion have spaghetti for dinner. [Examiner] • Learn how to avoid contracting Listeria as a pregnant woman. [Marion Nestle/Chron] • At...
The TV chef tells us about his three upcoming ventures in SF, Mill Valley, and Napa.
• Beer & Nosh's Jesse Friedman pays a visit to Melissa Perello's much-lauded bistro Frances and comes back with some lovely photos. [Beer & Nosh] • A talk with local winemakers about the state of the wine economy, and the...
ForageSF's hipster farmers' market is now wildly popular.
Radius's cafe should be opening by March 11th or 12th, with the full restaurant to follow by early April.
In answer to a friend's admission of a love for the crunchy lettuce, Alice sent a care package of fifteen small heads of French lettuces to try.
"For now, I don't see the end of menus name-dropping farms... SOLE food ingredients (sustainable, organic, local, ethical) are more expensive and restaurants that serve them need to reflect that in menu prices [and descriptions]." Bruce Cole, editor of...
A patch of farm land is about to spring up in the middle of the city.
The upcoming Local Mission Eatery will offer a prix fixe menu and an intimate chef's table-style dining experience.
Nearly a year of art and activism events will follow.
A new locavore restaurant wants your food to cook with.
Chef Joseph Gilliard fires a shot in the local food movement's revolution.
For the very popular pork-fest this year, two very adorable pigs are being raised close to home.
Silver Lake Farms offers affordable, comprehensive classes for home gardeners.
A different approach to seasonal ingredients has arrived at the Pasadena Playhouse.
La Quinta welcomes a locavore chef who'd rather talk about sustainability than becoming the next celebrity.
Foragers and local farmers gathered to sell their wares, and were paid a visit by city officials tipped off by legit farmers' marketers.
A Brooklyn transplant uses local, organic ingredients to recreate fast-food favorites.
In the capital of locavorism, we import almost all our seafood.