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Spring 2013

The Art in Artisan

Well Bread Rises on the Pedigree of Passion by Nancy Oster Photography by Jeffrey Bloom At 7:30 on a frosty winter morning I’m standing with Bob Oswaks of Well Bread in LA (Los Alamos) as he draws a freshly baked loaf of bread from the wood-burning oven at Full of Life Flatbread and measures the

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March 19. 2013 | By | 0 comments

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Winter 2012

Winter 2012

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 Valley Brewers Mozo Shoes Whackerspoon BBQ Bootcamp Cooking with Preserves Vertical Tasting: Granola In Season Seasonal Recipes Winter Minestrone Ribollita Roast Chicken Roasted Brussels Sprouts Classic Mashed Potatoes Apple

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February 10. 2013 | By | 0 comments

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Fall 2012

Sauvignon Blanc

The Bright, White Wine Future of Santa Barbara County by Louis Villard When you’re talking about Sauvignon Blanc, there are certain regions that immediately come to mind. The French region of the Loire could be the first. Sauvignon Blanc is, in fact, a Bordeaux variety, and it flourishes well in Graves. In the New World, there

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Fall 2012

Mesa Harmony Garden: Garden of Eatin’

Photo by Steve Brown By Jill Johnson Mesa Harmony Garden rings true to its name. It’s a thriving garden that nourishes harmony with the environment and the diverse neighbors on the Mesa. It may just be a blip in the rearview mirror for most people on their commutes over Carrillo Hill, but the once-barren land

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August 27. 2012 | By | 0 comments

HappyCanyon_AVA

Fall 2012

Sauvignon Blanc: The Bright, White wine Future of Santa Barbara County

By Louis Villard When you’re talking about Sauvignon Blanc, there are certain regions that immediately come to mind. The French region of the Loire could be the first. Sauvignon Blanc is, in fact, a Bordeaux variety, and it flourishes well in Graves. In the New World, there is Marlborough, located on the northern tip of

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August 27. 2012 | By | 0 comments

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Fall 2012

A Cupful of Cherries

Locally Grown Organic Coffee By Nancy Oster Photography by Fran Collin I’m anticipating one last cup of coffee at 9pm on September 30… maybe a decaf. The Eat Local Challenge begins at midnight and lasts throughout the month of October.  A whole month without coffee? Maybe an occasional cup of Costa Rican or Ethiopian coffee

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August 27. 2012 | By | 0 comments