Join us Saturday, May 14th from 1-3pm on 4th St. in Berkeley as we celebrate all things extra virgin olive oil. It's an extraordinary year for olive oil, and we'll be offering some of the best-tasting 2015 olive oils from around the world.
Stop by 4th St in Berkeley on Saturday, May 14th from 1-3pm, as we celebrate all things extra virgin olive oil. We fancy ourselves olive oil experts so we aim to offer you a festival that not only satisfies your hunger (food will be shared, of course!) but also satiates your curiosity about extra virgin olive oils, their differences, the best ways to enjoy them, and why this liquid gold is such a special food. Come by and find your new favorite olive oil!
Including recipes from the kitchens of three Mediterranean Jewish cultures: the Sephardic, the Maghrebi, and the Mizrahi. Join Goldstein at our table as she shares stories, tastes recipes from her book, and signs copies.
Join us for our seventh annual chocolate tasting, where you can sample and learn all about chocolate, meet local chocolatiers and pick out something special for your sweetheart. (+15% Off All Chocolate)
The long-anticipated cookbook from Serious Eats superstar J. Kenji López-Alt finally arrives, a masterful single volume for anyone looking not only for great recipes but also an understanding of what makes them so great.
During the Rockridge neighborhood's annual Out & About Street Festival, Rockridge Market Hall merchants take to the street, offering delicious foods, demos, the ever-popular Cookbook Exchange and fun activities for the whole family.
Mark Bittman is one of the country’s most widely respected food writers. A Bone to Pick is an essential resource for every reader eager to understand not only the complexities inherent in the American food system, but also the many opportunities that exist to improve it.
We are thrilled to welcome acclaimed pastry chef and food blogger David Lebovitz to The Pasta Shop on Fourth Street. Join us as David shares stories and samples flavors from his latest book, My Paris Kitchen, which features more than 100 of his favorite recipes in addition to engaging stories about Parisian culture and a bounty of gorgeous photographs.