Sondra Bernstein, owner of “the girl & the fig” restaurant in Sonoma, hosts this weekly podcast along with her friend Brian Casey, veteran of the hospitality industry for over 30 years. They discuss all aspects of the food world, from seeds and beans to fries and foie gras. “If you can eat it, we want to talk about it”. Guests include famous chefs, food critics, local farmers, cheese makers and mushroom foragers. No subject is “off the table”. Sometimes controversial but always delicious.
Food Podcast: no subject is "off the table." Sondra Bernstein @figgirl Brian Casey @sonomawinelover #radiomisfits #letstalkfood #BiteTalk 🍴🥑🧂🥕🍔🍜
Former lawyer, past leader of the Marin Slow Food chapter has created a beloved, tactile, useful quarterly magazine for Marin & Wine Country (CA). This is the magazine that covers many extraordinary farmers, ranchers, cheese-makers and other food artisans, and amazing chefs and discerning consumers who appreciate and support them. In this episode, we talk to Gibson about how she started this Edible, what it is like to run a magazine and how she juggles it all. She knows just about EVERYONE in food in the area and is committed to supporting their efforts. Edible is a free magazine, supported by advertising and there is a map on the website to see where to find them. You can also purchase a subscription to be mailed to you.
To see online content for Marin & Wine Country
On instagram: @ediblemarinwc
Visit www.ediblecommunities.com to find the magazine in your area and read great articles.
On instagram: @edible.communities
EP49: So excited to have the opportunity to have a lively conversation with Director Pei-Yee Woo and Sonoma, Napa, Marin Director Paige Phinney to talk about their incredible commitment to work with small farms in Northern California. Kitchen Table Advisors is a Bay Area nonprofit fueling the growth and long-term viability of sustainable small farms. The farmers that Kitchen Table Advisors select for their program are dedicated to building their farms into viable businesses and finding their own path towards making a living farming the land. Kitchen Table Advisors offers a three year program to farmers that have worked in their farms for at least 3 seasons, are comfortable on the production side of things but need assistance in charting out realistic financial and strategic goals for their sustainable future.
“We cultivate rich relationships with farmers who share our values of sustainability, integrity, and respect for the land and its inhabitants. And we stand alongside them to celebrate their personal and professional successes.”
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To get tickets for their annual fundraiser on 10/18 – limited tickets available – visit – www.grazeandgive.org