The Fields Edge: Meet Alex Wenger
It’s not very often that you are in a room full of plant breeders – the scientists and seed savers behind our diverse...
Growing Tips: Saku Saku
Saku Saku, meaning "crispy" is a sweet salad cabbage. Easy to grow in spring or fall, this variety holds well in the field and offers layers of paper-thin, crisp leaves selected for their raw eating quality. Learn more about growing tips for this salad cabbage.
Saku Saku Dip Salad
A simple recipe, perfect for your first experience of fresh Saku Saku cabbage. Feel the fresh “Saku Saku” sensation as you bite into this sweet, juicy, crispy cabbage with four different flavors!
Russian River Organics - Dave Pew
Dave’s trajectory has a few consistent themes: he’s always been into gardening, has participated in co-ops and had an affinity for nature. He’s smart, diligent and involved. In Sonoma, residents are dialed in to one of the best agricultural areas of the world and Dave has worked hard to build a farm business that is an integral part of this community. Dave’s participation in FEED Sonoma reflects his hopeful future as a farmer, small business owner and activist.
The Culinary Gardener - Evan Chender
There is no doubt that Evan is madly in love with food. He cut his teeth working in some of the world’s most renowned kitchens and small farms. He obtained a degree in Sustainable Agriculture and has sought to cultivate a relationship with food from all angles and approaches. Since he was a young boy, he has sought a deep understanding and connection with the food lifespan, from planting to plating.
Grilled Teriyaki Shishimai Skewers
This recipe makes for a great side dish or appetizer to impress your friends and family at your next barbecue.
The Amazing Benefits of Zuccurì
Zuccurì, our sweet Japanese pumpkin, has numerous nutritional benefits in both the skin and flesh. We encourage consumers to eat the skin along with the flesh because it is delicious and also very rich in nutrients. It contains antioxidants, which protect our cells against the effects of free radicals.
The Oishii Nippon Project Logo
Our Oishii Nippon Project logo was thoughtfully designed with two elements of Japanese heritage in mind. Using ‘The Great Wave off Kanagawa’ as inspiration, we incorporated vegetables of our Washuko to represent harmony, seasonality and natural abundance...
Mezcal Sautéed Fioretto
In today's recipe, we head south of the border to give our Fioretto a Mexican flare. Mezcal Sautéed Fioretto is a simple dish to prepare that can be served as an appetizer or side dish.
How to Correctly and Safely Cut Zuccurì
In this article we are going to review the correct way to breakdown (or cut) the mouthwatering Zuccurì. One think that is important to understand about Zuccurì before we get into the training is that the flesh of the vegetable on the top side (stem side) is thicker than the bottom side (blossom end side). So, when you are cutting Zuccurì, It is much easier cut into from the bottom side of the vegetable.
Spade & Plow Organics - Sam Thorp
Born from a desire to connect consumers to the best tasting organic fruit and vegetable varieties, and a calling to preserve farmland in the South Bay Community, Mike Thorp and his two sons, Nick and Sam started Spade & Plow Organics on 10 acres in San Martin.