Consider The Pork Liver

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Growing up in Southern California in the 70s, we rarely ate liver. On those occasions when it was on the dinner table, my mom would serve calf liver with onions and bacon. For my siblings and I, the reaction was always the same. Liver? For dinner? Yuck. Unanimous. Every time….

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To Engage with Apple Trees in the Winter there’s no Better Way than Grafting

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The apple harvest in Sonoma County runs about three months, beginning with the arrival of the renowned Gravenstein in mid-August and continuing into November with the late-bearing varieties.  The volunteers of Slow Food are very busy during that time, but the apple trees are busy all year long.  If you want to engage with apple trees now, there’s no better way…

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