Edible Monterey Bay

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EDIBLE NOTABLES: NATURAL FOODS & EVERYTHING ELSE
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EDIBLE NOTABLES: THE GREAT ESCAPE
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EDIBLE NOTABLES: GOING GREEN
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EDIBLE NOTABLES: SWEET ON SWEET POTATOES
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WHAT'S IN SEASON: TOMATO LOVE
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EDIBLE PROVISIONS: PIES
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IN THE ORCHARD: A SEASONAL LIFE
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EDIBLE ENTERTAINING: TOTAL VEGETABLES
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ON THE FARM: GOOD GOBBLERS
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ELDERBERRY D.I.Y.: ELDERBERRY GUMMIES
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APPLES & PEARS: LOCAL CIDER
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July 20, 2021 – After a six-month renovation, Montrio Bistro in Monterey is getting ready to reopen at the end of August with a talented new executive chef, Adrian Diday, and a slight name change—from now on it will simply be

July 20, 2021 – Strawberries be boss.  Most years, a headline like that—describing which Salinas Valley fruit or vegetable earned the most money in the year gone by—graces the lead page of local publications. The year 2020 was not most years.

July 16, 2021 – Sometimes the best plan is to go with the flow, with those in the know. In this case, the one in the know is Nino Coniglio. He’s a nine-time World Pizza Champion and keynote speaker at the annual

Friday, July 16 – As the pandemic winds down locally, Staff of Life natural food pioneer has reopened its self-serve hot foods and salad bars at its Santa Cruz store and opened them for the first time at its new Watsonville

July 13, 2021 – Monterey Bay’s newest wine bar might be its best. I know that sounds like a lot to swallow. There are well upwards of 100 wine tasting rooms—likely closer to 200—in the tri-county area. They can be beautiful,

July 6, 2021 – It’s been a trailblazing few weeks for Venus Spirits. But, in all fairness, for these Santa Cruz County distilling pioneers, that’s how they roll. (I mean, find me another operation making aquavit around here.) Last weekend represented

July 6, 2021 – Brewing craft beer is almost always a labor of love, but it’s more like an obsession for the owners of Mad Pursuit Brewing Co. in downtown Hollister. After all, it’s taken close to four years to get

July 6, 2021 – You’ll find the new Rustique Wines tasting room down a road that winds through acres of row crops, like red lettuce, romaine, broccoli, cauliflower and all those good things you expect to find in the Salinas Valley,

July 2, 2021 – Fresh catch of the day, hauled in by a fisherman who happens to be part of the family that runs the restaurant—and, on a recent Friday lunch, happened to be sitting a table over. Outdoor tables right

July 2, 2021 – Blame it on Peter Bargetto’s fascination with the grapes of his ancestors who hail from Piemonte, Italy. Or blame it on a quirky obsession of one local viticulturist, Prudy Foxx, but there are Nebbiolo vines thriving in