Legally, a single fish species can go by many names from sea to plate, and different fish can go by the same name. An environmental group says that hampers efforts to combat illegal fishing and fraud.
Leslie Sbrocco shares her wine tips from Season 10 of Check, Please! Bay Area.
| Jul 30, 2015Posted by NPR Food
A meta-analysis found that people on vegetarian diets lost around 4.4 pounds more than the control group who had no change in diet. Those who tried a vegan diet dropped 5.5 pounds more.
| Jul 29, 2015Posted by Civil Eats
A closer look at a wildly popular, totally unregulated food label.
| Jul 29, 2015Posted by CUESA
If the drought persists, this could be the last year not only for the Great Peach Event, but for the Martino family’s fruit farming. The Great Peach Event is Saturday, August 1. Bella Viva Orchards will be offering flats of certified organic yellow peaches at half price for one day only.
| Jul 28, 2015Posted by NPR Food
Water scarcity is leading farmers away from planting staples and towards planting higher-value, lower-water specialty crops. Think wine grapes and pomegranates instead of citrus and avocados.
| Jul 28, 2015Posted by Jeff Cianci
This guide covers ten South Bay restaurants ranging from neighborhood institutions serving classic charcoal grilled hamburgers to upscale gastropubs offering gourmet creations.
| Jul 27, 2015Posted by NPR Food
Smoking fish usually requires a pricey smoker or other specialized gear. But you can get great smokey flavor with just a wok, some foil and a quick raid of the pantry.
| Jul 26, 2015Posted by Kelly O'Mara
With so many local farms, the North Bay has a wealth of farmers markets. Here are some of our favorites.
| Jul 24, 2015Posted by NPR Food
California's ongoing drought has forced many almond growers to use groundwater on the thirsty crop. The problem: That water is high in salt, and it's killing almond trees.
| Jul 24, 2015Posted by Anna Mindess
Kobani’s succulent chunks of chicken kebab, creamy hummus, moist dolmas, richly flavored lentil soup and generous gyros are a welcome addition to the corner of University Avenue and Martin Luther King Jr. Way in Berkeley. But there is more to this new casual dining spot than meets the mouth.