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La Cocina Helps Launch Los Cilantros Catering Company

November 19, 2010 berkeley bites

Latina immigrant Dilsa Lugo launches organic, Mexican catering company with the support of La Cocina.

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Street Food Scene Mostly Bypasses Berkeley

October 18, 2010 berkeley bites

Why isn’t food-obsessed Berkeley friendly to fancy food trucks?

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Two Berkeley Moms Try Their Hand At Street Eats

August 27, 2010 berkeley bites

The Twitter handle pretty much sums things up. Two food-obsessed moms try to have their cake and eat it too: Start a food truck and still be home with the kids. Meet the newest truck on the block to hit the streets of Emeryville, in the East Bay of San Francisco. You can’t miss the [...]

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Eat Real Food Lit Fest: Writers on Street Eats, Growing Greens & More

August 26, 2010 berkeley bites

The Eat Real Festival hosts the Eat Real Lit Fest, a showcase for local food writers talking about street eats, growing greens, and more.

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Book Giveaway: Farm City by Novella Carpenter

August 31, 2009 food book giveaways

In conjunction with the Eat Real Festival in Oakland last weekend, urban farm gal Novella Carpenter hosted an all day soiree at Ghost Town/Goat Town Farm, the one depicted in her very funny food memoir released earlier this summer. I swung by the event, which drew a steady crowd, to see what’s growing in the [...]

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A Shout Out for the Eat Real Food Festival

August 29, 2009 comfort food

A roasty toasty day by the bay and foodie folk swarmed Jack London Square in Oakland to sample cheap-yet-chic street eats dished out of food trucks and pedal carts at the Eat Real Festival, an outdoor event where small bites sell for five bucks or less. Thanks, in part, to Twitter, grabbing good food on [...]

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Adventures of an Urban Farm Gal

August 20, 2009 food books

Uber-funny urban farmer Novella Carpenter has gone from indie garage band status to full-fledged rock star of the urban homestead movement in a matter of months. In part, perhaps, because of zingers likes this one, about the lengths she and her partner go to — including nightly dumpster diving sporting head lamps — to keep [...]

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