Nestled away in the southernmost part of the Paso Robles AVA, just 14 miles from the Pacific Ocean, is Ancient Peaks Winery. The family-owned vineyard, which was was once part of California's famed Mission Trail, is a
Technically summer still has a few more weeks to go, but it might not seem that way at your farmers' market, where summery zucchini, melon, corn, and beans have given way to an autumn lineup that seems heavy on two specific vegetables: squash and pumpkin.
Technically summer still has a few more weeks to go, but it might not seem that way at your farmers' market, where summery zucchini, melon, corn, and beans have given way to an autumn lineup that seems heavy on
With food prices at an all-time high (and stirring up social unrest worldwide), you might be considering growing your own food, but wondering how much land is actually needed to provide you and your family food for a
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Oso Libre Winery, which means "free bear" in Spanish, is a small boutique vineyard and winery located in the heart of Paso Robles. The winery gets 100% of its energy from renewable sources, an achievement that played out like a
Is your dream a Tomato Sauce Garden...or the White House Garden? Or are you still embarrassed about last year's patch -- the one where the lettuce crowded the carrots, the green beans spilled over into the cucumbers,
In and around Barcelona slow food and local delicatessen have become quite the thing lately. Projects like the slow food restaurant Fastvínic or the happy pig farm Finca del Saüc are popping up like mushrooms. Via the blog
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Peachy Canyon Winery is a sustainable, family-owned winery located on the westside of Paso Robles'
Summer's harvest is hitting shelves everywhere -- toast the heatwave continuing across much of the U.S. with a chilled fruit cocktail made with local wine, organic liquor and Champagne, and the best fruits, berries, and herbs the season has to offer.
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Lisa Casali is an environmental risk expert by day, and an eco-food blogger by night. Her passion for cooking got her to think about all the stuff that usually doesn't enter the recipe, such as the outer leaves of artichokes,