[Blog post] In the bag: Byers Family

Posted by Tracy Newel on May 11, 2012

Meet Nora Byers and her two kids, Robert and Sofia. They were spotted earlier this week at Vineyard Farmer’s Market (Blackstone & Shaw, open 3:00 - 6:00 p.m. every Wednesday).

Nora is from the Bay Area, so she was already in the habit of shopping at markets when she and her family moved to Sanger. They now have two acres and are just gearing up for a summer of gardening.


[Blog post] Surprised by Spring: Ramps and Sardines

Posted by James Collier on Apr 30, 2012

Tracy and I are on assignment, testing and shooting recipes for a cookbook proposal (not ours--more info another time). Sundays, we head to Whole Foods to pick up ingredients, then spend the afternoon making delicious things. Tough gig, I know.

Yesterday, we only needed a things from the store, but as we walked through the produce section, we spotted these:


[Blog post] Have you checked out Spokeasy Public House yet?

Posted by alisamanjarrez on Apr 27, 2012

Fans of craft beer and the Tower district have already become regulars at Spokeasy Public House, but if you haven't been there yet, Anthony (aka "hootz") and I paid them a visit recently to get a little background on the place just for you.


[Blog post] Recap: Bee My Honey Festival

Posted by James Collier on Apr 18, 2012

I've been obsessed with honey lately, adding it to roasted veggies, tea, biscuits--just about anything I can. And I always love festivals at Vineyard Farmers Market. So of course i went to Saturday's Bee My Honey Festival.

Here's what we sampled:


[Blog post] Bee My Honey Festival This Saturday, April 14

Posted by alisamanjarrez on Apr 04, 2012

Bee My Honey Graphic

If you've been to festivals at the Vineyard Farmers Market in the past, you know that you're always in for a laid back Saturday morning full of friends, fresh produce, fun music, and a taste of delicious local food when you go.

This Saturday, for only $5, from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., try honey-inspired samples from:


[Blog post] Alcohol-free April

Posted by James Collier on Apr 04, 2012

We've been drinking for four months straight--starting in Decembeer, then kicking off the New Year with Ginuary, followed by Febrewary, then Marcharita. Good. Times.

So, what's in store for April? Something with vodka, maybe? Or a brown liquor? Nope. Nothing.


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