Born and raised in Humboldt County, winemaker Pat Knittel found herself driving through Napa Valley’s famous vineyards one day and thinking about home. She’d crushed grapes from Sonoma to New Zealand, yet Knittel’s mind ran to Humboldt County’s legacy of apple orchards. Though best known for … Read More
Where did the head of cauliflower grow up? Cauli-fornia!
Actually, that is no joke; in fact, 90 percent of America’s cauliflower is grown in California, and considering the vegetable’s recent climb to veggie super-stardom, this bodes well for farmers. This former wallflower of the vegetable aisle has morphed its way … Read More
I don’t know about you, but when the weather turns cold, I make gravy. I also trade in my lagers and pilsners for porters, stouts, and malty pale ales. It’s in this spirit that I share with you three warm, stick-to-your-ribs comfort food recipes featuring … Read More
Haven’t we all been given gifts that, though we’d never think of getting them for ourselves, are some of our most valued possessions, treasures we didn’t realize we needed until they were so generously handed to us? “How was I living without this?” we … Read More
Some seasonal posts from our community on Instagram
“For the strength of the pack is the wolf
And the strength of the wolf is the pack.”
Veterans Day in the olive orchard
100% of proceeds to Camp Fire evacuees
Thanksgiving plus meals for fire evacuees… Read More
- Pizza king Dan Anderson, one of the café chefs, shows how Tender Loving goes into a pie.
Used as an adjective in TLC, “tender loving” might sound cliché. But in the case of Tender Loving, a new café in Chico, it’s “an ideal,” explains co-owner Heath Dewey. “It refers to … Read More
Last year at this time, Chef Yess came to our attention when her food delighted us at Tehama Together’s first presentation of photos from their Farmers in the Field contest. The food she prepared, as is her wont, used products from … Read More