It’s still technically fall, right? Better late than never, sharing some links here to my stories in the most recent Edible East Bay.

First up, and celebrating its one-year anniversary this weekend: A  feature on the fabulous destination dining spot, Port Costa’s own Bull Valley Roadhouse.

Also, a story about Richmond, so often in the press for crime, violence, and refinery fires. But there’s good news too, such as an urban farming nonprofit sowing seeds of hope through the community and a bakery business that hires people other companies would pass over.

But, wait, there’s more: Coverage of a promising oyster project by the bay and news of an unlikely alliance between a small batch tofu maker and a fast food chain.

Kudos to oil painter J.R. Nelson for the lovely cover and special thanks to photographer Stacy Ventura for her awesome images.



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