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Tag Archives: Oakland
This is a brilliant conceit: Vice finds people who have been refugees and has them talk about their experiences while they cook. In this video it’s a woman from Somalia who escaped the civil war by walking to Kenya. She and … Continue reading
VGEF is shorthand for Victory Garden Edible Feast. I was remiss and missed posting an episode so this week you can watch two episodes back to back about the two best food cities in America, one on each coast. Well, … Continue reading
This is the Perennial Plate’s latest video of 2014 featuring a segment from their upcoming Bay Area episode from their PBS series: The Victory Garden’s Edible Feast done in collaboration with the Edible Feast. It’s a story about Mandela Foods Coop – a … Continue reading
The thing that stands out for me about Oakland is the vast diversity of what is available there. Vegan Soul Food?
Dinning at Oliveto was not only a total pleasure it was a real surprise. The part of Oakland that I had explored the day before was a world away from the refined upscale strip that you exit at the Rockridge … Continue reading
The first time I ever went to Oakland (last year) it was a random thing, I picked a Bart stop to get off at and figured I’d just explore what was there. Well what was there were miles and miles … Continue reading