Fall 2011

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Fall 2011

The Unsung Heroes of Harvest

by Laura Sanchez Photography by Fran Collin You’ll never see their names on a bottle of wine or find them pouring samples at a swanky event. But theirs are the hands that tend the vines, pick the fruit, drive the forklifts and guide the juice down its alchemistic path. They are the unsung heroes of

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October 25. 2011 | By | 0 comments

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Fall 2011

Farming, Marketing and Why We Do It

A Farmer’s Perspective by Robert Abbott The following perspective was taken from a talk given at the Faulkner Gallery on March 23, 2011, as part of the Ag Futures Alliance “Farm to Fork” Educational Series. I help manage Abbott Ranch, an avocado and lemon farm on the south side of Carpinteria that my grandfather bought

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Fall 2011

La Huerta

Historic Gardens at the Santa Barbara Mission Above: Jerry Sortomme shows off some of the garden’s produce. by Helena Hill Photography by Steven Brown   In April I had the pleasure of visiting a mysterious little garden of edible delights—known as La Huerta Historic Gardens—with veteran teacher Kathy Escobar’s third-grade class from Adams School. The

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Fall 2011

It’s Raining Pistachios in Cuyama

by Nancy Oster Photography by Steven Brown Do pistachios really grow in Santa Barbara County? Why haven’t I ever seen a pistachio tree in a neighboring yard or observed crows dropping harvested pistachios in my driveway? Where exactly are these Santa Barbara pistachio trees? Gail Zannon owns Santa Barbara Pistachio Company with her husband, Gene,

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Fall 2011

Fall 2011

Edible Santa Barbara TABLE OF CONTENTS For access to the full magazine, please subscribe or pick up a copy from one of our advertisers. Departments Food for Thought Edible Notables Le Crepe Shoppe Apple Cozy Rethink the Drink Corks and Crowns Vertical Tasting: Squash Edible Notable: SOL Food Festival In Season Seasonal Recipes Rapini (Broccoli Rabe) Root Vegetables Edible

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