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Fall 2010

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Fall 2010

What the Kids Are Growing

Ineka Damen at the Carpinteria Family School garden. School Gardens by Helena Hill For many years I have been intrigued by the garden at Peabody Elementary School in the San Roque neighborhood of Santa Barbara. I have often peered through the chain link fence and been curious about the sunflowers and the vegetables in raised beds

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Fall 2010

Fall 2010

Cover photo by Fran Collin Edible Santa Barbara TABLE OF CONTENTS For access to the full magazine, please subscribe or pick up a copy from one of our advertisers. Food for Thought Edible Notables In Season Seasonal Recipes Pardon Me While I Regress: Let’s Put Plastic in Its Place Edible Garden: Edibles to Sustain the Bs Over Winter In

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Fall 2010

Local Grass-Fed Beef

Photography by Fran Collin Raising grass-fed beef is not new to Santa Barbara cattle ranchers. Native grasses grow well here, even in times of little rain, and cattle have been part of our landscape since the Spanish issued land grants in the 1800s. I’ve often seen the cattle grazing on our hillsides, but never really

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Fall 2010

In the Kitchen With

Chef Bradley Ogden by Nancy Oster Photography by Fran Collin   Does celebrated American chef Bradley Ogden get a chance to cook at home? The answer is yes, but not as often as he might like. After graduation from the Culinary Institute of America in 1977 with honors (identified as the student most likely to

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Fall 2010

Hoshi Gaki

Hoshi Gaki is the traditional Japanese method of drying persimmons. If you want to give it a try, here are the basic instructions, but it is often helpful to take a class or find a mentor when making them for the first time. Laurence Hauben of Market Forays is offering a class on Thursday, Oct

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