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nimoki udon noodles

Home Cookin’ – Nikomi Udon

At their Southside izakaya restaurant, Binchoyaki, TOKIKO SAWADA and CRAIG TAKEHARA are known for their exquisite grilled foods. But when it comes to cooking for their family on cold winter days, they love noodles....
poached pears

Home Cookin’ – Poached Pears with Mascarpone Whipped Cream

On cold, short winter days, we tend to turn to comfort food for, well, comfort. Food professionals—chefs, bakers, restaurant owners and the like—are no different. At this time of year, homey braises, filling pastas and old-fashioned desserts are on their...
pasta and meatballs

Home Cookin’ – Homemade Pasta & Meatballs

On cold, short winter days, we tend to turn to comfort food for, well, comfort. Food professionals—chefs, bakers, restaurant owners and the like—are no different. At this time of year, homey braises, filling pastas and old-fashioned desserts are on their...
rob archie with soup

Home Cookin’ – Black-Eyed Pea Soup

On cold, short winter days, we tend to turn to comfort food for, well, comfort. Food professionals—chefs, bakers, restaurant owners and the like—are no different. At this time of year, homey braises, filling pastas and old-fashioned desserts are on their...
home cookin

Home Cookin’

As the days get shorter and temperatures grow colder, we tend to turn to comfort food for, well, comfort. Food professionals—chefs, bakers, restaurant owners and the like—are no different. At this time of year, homey braises, filling pastas...
Ram-Khatiwoda in farm field

Farming in the City: New Roots

In 2009, the International Rescue Committee helped Ram Khatiwoda resettle in the United States from a refugee camp in eastern Nepal, where he’d lived for 17 years after fleeing his native Bhutan. Working as...
table farm group

Farming in the City: Table Farms

You can use urban farming to address social and environmental issues.That was the big takeaway for Gina Anderson during an environmental justice summit at Jesuit High School, where she worked. There, an urban farmer spoke at length...
judith and chanowk yisrael

Farming in the City: Yisrael Family Farms

Judith and Chanowk Yisrael become urban farming pioneers in part out of necessity. During the Great Recession, they were looking to reduce their family’s food bill—together, they have nine children. They also wanted to...
farms

Farming in the City: West Sacramento Urban Farms

Imagine: A vacant lot transformed into a fruit garden. An apartment balcony repurposed as a tomato nursery. A backyard that functions as a grocery store. They’re all urban farms, producing food in the city—and literally changing the landscape...
alli okumura propagate

New Leaf

Alli Okumura first became enchanted with plants when decorating her home. “I realized that anytime there was something missing in a room, I would get a plant, and it would fill the space perfectly...

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