This was my second story on a project of the Berkeley Food Institute, as well as for Civil Eats.
I have to admit it's hard writing three stories that are all different about the same person and same book for different publications. But I managed. The one for J. Weekly is probably the most comprehensive. The one for the Forward focuses on the food in the book, and how it came out. The one for the Mercury News is short and sweet.
A great new store moved into my 'hood on Bay Area Bites.
I covered an afternoon seminar on what educators found in modern day Poland.
In this one, even though the couple had no intention of this happening, the bride ended up converting, and bringing her groom closer to Judaism. A beautiful story.
A great love story about Robert and Joy, two Oakland artists, in the SF Chronicle.
A q & a with Yael Raviv, author of this new book. In the Forward.
Talk to organization expert, Marilyn Paul. A q & a with her is in J. Weekly.
Dang coconut chips are highly addictive. They also seemed to have come out of nowhere and now are super-popular. After sampling them, I know why. Here's a bit about the company, on Berkeleyside's NOSH.
In which I interview the author of a Paleo-kosher cookbook, for j. weekly.
Alix is a personal chef and freelance writer in the SF Bay Area. You can keep up with her writing and cooking here.