Posted by karlikomoto on Jun 28, 2012
Meet Robert and Laura. As they strolled through the Riverpark Farmers Market on a late Tuesday afternoon, the two enjoyed a day of fresh produce and live entertainment.
Posted by alisamanjarrez on Jun 20, 2012
Finding good food late at night is often a challenge in Fresno. In addition to Taco Bell and a few other fast food places after hours, there's Denny's, a couple of donut shops, and of course, Robertito's. Robertito's is delicious after a drunken fun-filled evening, but then when you go back later in the week during the day, it's just not the same (I must admit that I'm still a sucker for their machaca burrito for breakfast!).
Posted by James Collier on Jun 11, 2012
I've heard countless stories declaring that the best of what's grown in and around Fresno—fruits and veggies, but also talent—is shipped out of the area, often down to L.A. or up to the Bay Area. A short stay in Berkeley on Saturday brought these stories to life, as I found traces of Fresno throughout the city's food scene.
Posted by James Collier on Jun 04, 2012
Mondays are rough; they're even rougher when you've been drinking all weekend.
Hey, don't judge--I was just out checking out a few early summer events:
Posted by alisamanjarrez on May 30, 2012
Posted by Tracy Newel on May 24, 2012
Meet Noah Hamad. He’s on his Saturday morning sojourn to buy early summer produce for his family. We caught up with him at the downtown Fresno farmer’s market on Tuolumne and Broadway with five brimming bags.
Posted by alisamanjarrez on May 23, 2012
If you haven't met Tracy Newel, this girl can rock a pair of high heels and tell you what to do with practically any rare root or leaf you can find at a farmers market. She's been developing recipes for TasteFresno and other related projects for us since last fall, and we are proud to have her on our team. She fell in love with Martha Stewart from an early age and even has chickens in her backyard, just like Martha!
Posted by alisamanjarrez on May 16, 2012
Posted by alisamanjarrez on May 11, 2012
The new Korean fusion food truck in town, TakoBbq, has been open just over a month now, becoming a staple at the Manchester Market. Their menu features kalbi short ribs, spicy pork or chicken tacos, burritos, rice bowls, and even a kimchi quesadilla.