An Italian Dish– Ellen Shick
Ellen is a travel and food writer, an Italian food enthusiast and a Slow Food supporter. Her website and blog include recipes and much more! You can subscribe to her newsletter/blog by going to her website. An Italian Dish
“I live in California and travel to Italy to conduct my food research. By research I mean eating Italian food, drinking Italian wine, visiting farms and markets. Life is good.”
Bernier Farms – Yael, Paul & Zureal Bernier
Bernier Farms is a small certified organic farm nestled north of Healdsburg, California with several sites in the Dry Creek and Alexander valleys. The farm specializes in garlic varietals for seed and market, and produces fruits and vegetables for local farmers’ markets and restaurants throughout the year. Their wine grapes sell to several local wineries. You can find them at the Santa Rosa Original Farmers Market at the Luther Burbank Center every Saturday throughout the year; the Healdsburg Farmers Market on Saturdays and Wednesdays from May until the end of December; and the Cloverdale market Tuesdays, from April through December. Grower of Ark products.
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Gradek Family Farm – Ken Gradek
The 10-acre orchard at the Gradek farm in the Dry Creek Valley contains over 600 trees producing multiple varieties of peaches, nectarines, figs, apples, European and Asian pears, persimmons, and citrus. The Farm’s fruit appears on the menus of major restaurants in Sonoma County and is sold in grocery stores and farmers markets. They are especially known for the 12 types of Asian pears they grow.
Jackson Family Gardens – Tucker Taylor
Located in Fulton, Jackson Family Gardens grows specialty produce for the culinary team at Jackson Family Wines as well as several other chefs in the San Francisco Bay Area. The four acre culinary garden is an educational space that speaks to the importance of fresh food in hopes of inspiring people to grow some of their own food and support local farmers. Being soil-farmers, the focus is primarily on building soil organic matter through composting, crop rotations and cover cropping which results in nutrient-dense produce. Through Farm to Pantry and the Redwood Empire Food Bank, some of this produce makes its way to those in need in our local community. Grower of Ark Products.
Open daily 10-5 5007 Fulton Rd, Fulton, CA 95439
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Lantern Farm – Rebecca Bozelli
Lantern Farm is a small family farm in Cloverdale. They grow clean, fair and healthy foods that they sell via the local farmers’ market and to surrounding businesses. Lantern Farm believes in biodiversity and growing food without the use of chemicals. Their goal is to create and organic small viable farm to satisfy the need for local and fresh food in Cloverdale. You can find the Lantern Farm stand at the Cloverdale Tuesday Farmers’ Market and also at pop-up events in Cloverdale. Grower of Ark Products.
707-404-8016 Instagram: lanternfarm
Single Thread Restaurant – Katina and Kyle Connaughton
In the heart of downtown Healdsburg, one of the country’s most accomplished chefs Kyle Connaughton, along with wife/farmer Katina Connaughton, bring you SingleThread Farm-Restaurant-Inn. A distinctly Japanese ethos is the common thread that binds the entire enterprise: from the warm hospitality in anticipation of every diner’s needs, to the chef’s 11-course kaiseki-style menu designed to highlight Northern California’s seasonality. Their farm supplies vegetables, fruit, herbs, flowers, honey, eggs, and olive oil to the restaurant kitchen.
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Tallgrass Ranch Olive Oil– Nancy Lilly
Tallgrass Ranch Olive Oil is a small producer of Extra Virgin olive oil in Sonoma. Locally my oil can be purchased at Sonoma Market and SHED in Healdsburg. Our newest oil (2015) has been certified by the COOC and we are recipients of the Good Food Award for our oil for 2014. I am a Sonoma native, lifelong farmer (grapes in addition to the olives) and a founding member of the Panel of Tasters for the California Olive Oil Council as well as Paul Vossen’s UC Extension Research panel.