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Fall 2013

A SENSE OF PLACE FALL 2013

UNDER THE WINDMILL
STORY AND PHOTOS BY PAULA CARLI

This article is the first in a year-long series by Paula Carli about the seasons on her and her husband Frank’s Windmill Farm in Gridley. The farm sells its produce through a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) system, in which people from

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RECIPES FOR FALL 2013

 

APPLE CIDER GLAZED SALMON STEAKS

From Chef Brett Lamott of Caf. Maddalena in Dunsmuir

Yield: 4 servings

8 cups apple cider

1 tablespoon brown sugar

1 tablespoon good quality apple cider vinegar

1 pinch kosher salt plus extra to season the salmon

1 teaspoon cornstarch mixed with 2 teaspoons cold water

2 teaspoons

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COURTING FOOD LOVERS

at the Paradise Holiday Market

STORY AND PHOTOS BY EARL BLOOR

The Holiday Market mission is to be the store in your community for people who are passionate about food. Well, we know that readers of Edible Shasta-Butte are certainly passionate about the food they eat, so it was Read More

NOTABLE EDIBLE FALL 2013

AND NOW . . . THE FISH

Charlie Jack Lefort can talk fish. He’s on intimate terms with the forty to sixty items in the seafood case and freezer at R& R Quality Meats and Seafood’s new seafood market on East Street in Redding, just south of Redding’s famous R&R Read More

FULL HOUSE: Moonstone Bistro

It was late August on the new patio at Moonstone Bistro as Ché Stedman fielded a text message from Kathy Brandt of Julia’s Farmstand in Dairyville. “Great!” Moonstone’s executive chef exclaimed. “They just harvested their first butternut squash. In a few weeks, they’ll have all we can use.”

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GRIST FOR THE MILL FALL 2013

FOR THE MILL

It’s fall, and change is in the air!

Some years ago I wrote an article for Edible Sacramento about Suzanne Ashworth and Del Rio Botanical, her sixty-eight acre, certified organic farm in the Sacramento River bottom of rural West Sac. One day when I arrived at her farm, Suzanne was in the

garden, Read More

Homemade Food Act

CALIFORNIA’S
HOMEMADE FOOD ACT

 

WORDS BY JOHN DRZAL • PHOTOS BY EARL BLOOR & CANDACE BYRNE

Jennifer Coles (left: pictured in her kitchen) has a passion for baking. She had wanted to marry her passion with her aspirations to start her own gluten-free food business, but her research found Read More