Edible Monterey Bay

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EDIBLE NOTABLES: FRIENDLY POSH
EDIBLE NOTABLES: STRONG START
EDIBLE NOTABLES: DAVID KINCH
WHAT'S IN SEASON: RADICCHIO
EDIBLE PROVISIONS: GET NUTTY
SPRING FORAGING: ACCESSING ANOTHER LEVEL
EDIBLE COMMUNITY: TASTE OF HOME
IN THE ORCHARD: OLIVE OIL SYNERGIES
EDIBLE ADVENTURE: NORTH STAR
EDIBLE D.I.Y.: POT PRIMER
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April 23, 2021 – The dusty business cards that wallpaper the east wall are artifacts from another era. Same could be said for the business model: cash only, lunch only, weekdays only, word of mouth only, no website, no apologies.  Same

April 19, 2021 – One of the most historic inns on the entire California Coast is back—and reintroducing its legendary breakfast. Back for Deetjen’s Big Sur Inn and Restaurant means way back, in full historic detail, from the hand-hewn doors to

April 20, 2021 – Bear with me here. Imagine, if you will, two well-heeled just out of college buddies who went to high school together, both with exceedingly great jobs in banking and finance, starting a grocery delivery business. Out of

April 20, 2021 – Take a look at the Lepe Cellars label: it’s a striking rendition of a young man kneeling under the heft of a wine cask, much like field workers strain to carry fully loaded baskets of grapes. Akin

April 16, 2021 – Chef Jacques Zagouri has been revisiting his recipe for life and death. Navigating war in Lebanon wasn’t enough to change it. Having a daughter and son who served and is serving (respectively) in the Israeli military wasn’t

April 16, 2021 – Tall and handsome, with a confident, yet thoughtful smile, winemaker Blake Yarger adjusts his wool cap against the morning chill. He’s surrounded by cases of empty glass bottles, piled high around us, as we sit chatting on

April 13, 2021 – Things are looking pretty good in the freshly reimagined dining room of Woody’s at the Airport. Elegant new booths enjoy views of planes launching from the tarmac into the blue beyond. Surreal oceanic paintings now hang on

April 13, 2021 – Watsonville is welcoming a second Farmers’ Market starting next week, which will take place at Ramsey Park every Tuesday afternoon from 2pm to 6pm. And while, as with every farmers’ market, it will serve as an opportunity

April 9, 2021 – Pop quiz: Where is the most underrated food-and-drink destination in the tri-county area? Hint: It’s industrial, conveniently located right off Highway 1 and flush with enough options it’s not so much a found treasure as it is

April 13, 2021 – The Chardonnay III—a world-class Santa Cruz 70 racing boat—is now offering sunset cruises out of Breakwater Cove in Monterey. The sleek sailing vessel weighs anchor at 4:30pm and 6pm every Friday, Saturday and Sunday and takes passengers

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