Tuesday, June 30, 2009 

Mark your calendars - July 11-12, 2009


French Festival Eiffel Tower
Originally uploaded by santa barbarian.

The fabulous French Festival is coming back to Oak Park.

Smiling families dine at sidewalk cafés with checkered tableclothes and umbrellas. Starry-eyed couples toast each other with wine. Artists wearing bérets paint at their easels. The air is filled with music, laughter, and the tempting aromas of French cuisine. Surely this must be France?

Actually, it's the 22nd Annual French Festival in Santa Barbara, Saturday and Sunday, July 11 & 12 (Bastille Day Weekend), from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. in Santa Barbara's Oak Park. Admission is free. Over 20,000 people are expected to attend.

While Parisians celebrate the French Revolution 8,000 miles away, Californians will revel in the sights, sounds, foods and joie de vivre of France at the largest French celebration in the Western United States.

Will this be the last one? The Festival is up for sale. Inquires - FestivalForSale@yahoo.com

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Monday, June 29, 2009 

FDA Finds E. Coli In Nestlé Samples

Perhaps a subtle reminder why we need food regulation...and to make cookies from scratch.

...Health officials still do not know how E. coli 0157, a bacterium that lives in cattle intestines, ended up in a product that seems so unlikely to contain it. The risk usually associated with cookie dough is salmonella, a bacterium that can be found in raw eggs. None of the ingredients in the dough -- eggs, milk, flour, chocolate, butter -- is known to host E. coli 0157.

Federal investigators spent more than a week at the Danville plant and did not detect contamination in the equipment or among workers, Acheson said. "It raises the likelihood that it was an ingredient," he said. "And it really means that industry has to be constantly vigilant, because foods we think of as low risk could be contaminated with a deadly pathogen." - WaPo

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What USED to be Java Jones


Java Jones Coffee Shop (r.i.p.)
Originally uploaded by santa barbarian.

is looking like it is now what USED to be Hummingbird Cafe.

According to the signs posted..."Coming soon...FRENCH PRESS."

Let's hope the economy doesn't squeeze yet another business out of this spot.

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Sunday, June 28, 2009 

Love the headline in the San Francisco Chronicle

Fire's out! So is welcome mat in Santa Barbara.

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Saturday, June 27, 2009 

I'm off to the Santa Barbara Wine Festival


Foxen Wine
Originally uploaded by santa barbarian.

and sample some of our local wares!

See you there!

Thursday, June 25, 2009 

You're right, Michael

Never can say goodbye to your music....



Hope you find peace in your rest.

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Tuesday, June 23, 2009 

Vote for the Santa Barbara Farmer's Market

as America's Favorite Farmer's Market!

America’s Favorite Farmers Markets

ONLY 34 votes cast? Oh, come on Barbarians...click on the badge above and VOTE! The Farmers Market gets some goodies to share with its customers if it wins, too. San Luis Obispo is beating us now...can't let THAT happen! HA! :-)

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'Green Dining' Best Practices for Chefs and Corporations Cut Environmental Impacts

and....COSTS!
Corporate cafeterias, museums and restaurants across the country are about to take a bite out of foodservice costs by sparing the environment.

Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) and Restaurant Associates (RA) today unveiled their Green Dining Best Practices - a comprehensive set of science-based recommendations for environmentally friendly foodservice. The practices have been tested by two RA clients - Random House and Hearst Corporation - early results will save over $85,000 each year at the two sites, cut 275 tons of carbon pollution and reduce landfill waste by 60 tons annually, among other environmental benefits.

In a National Restaurant Association survey of trends for 2009, environmentally friendly equipment and sustainable practices topped chefs' lists of hot trends and top cost-savers. The Green Dining Best Practices, available free of charge at www.edf.org/greendining, focus on aspects of the foodservice and restaurant industry with the biggest environmental impacts, including food purchasing (addressing specific products like meat, produce and seafood), facility operation (improvements in the use of energy, waste, and water), packaging, transportation of food, and the use of toxic cleaning chemicals. The best practices provide clear, objective, science-based advice for dining managers and chefs to make smart choices in their kitchens to improve environmental performance across the board. - PRWire

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Monday, June 22, 2009 

Blue Collar Tour Comedian Ron White


Ron White
Originally uploaded by Photos by NJLP.

has his Montecito digs up for sale.

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Beware the Chinese Pine Nuts


Pine Nuts, Spinach, Black Pepper and Kosher Salt
Originally uploaded by Daniel Eizans.

They can cause Pine Mouth. No joke.

They are a favourite with celebrity chefs and hailed as the latest healthy salad ingredient.

But a liberal sprinkling of pine nuts over your dinner could also leave a bitter taste in your mouth.

Increasing numbers of people have reported that after eating pine nuts, typically as a snack or in a pesto sauce, they have developed a foul, metallic taste in their mouth lasting for up to two weeks, making practically all food and drink unpalatable.

The first reports of 'pine mouth', as it has been dubbed, began last winter in the U.S. from those who had eaten imported Chinese pine nuts.

Now pine mouth has spread to Britain, and shoppers across the country are experiencing the same disturbing symptoms.- The Daily Mail

Do you know where your Pine Nuts came from? You might want to check.

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A 16 year old


Gap Fire
Originally uploaded by scottlondon.

admits to starting the Gap Fire.

Wonder how he's going to repay the State, County and the Feds for the $22 million + it cost to fight it.

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Sunday, June 21, 2009 

Huell Howser was at the Santa Barbara Farmer's Market

huell howserOriginally uploaded by Joits.

(Flickr photo by Joits.)

and seemed to be really interested in filming a segment of California's Gold out at
LaRonna Organic Jojoba's ranch out in Desert Center.

There's no way you can mistake Huell's heavily accented voice, rather imposing presence and boisterous laugh.

Hope he found the Farmer's Market and the Solstice Parade a real "tweet."

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Happy Fathers Day


Bill Johnson
Originally uploaded by santa barbarian.

Bill

Saturday, June 20, 2009 

Food, Inc. is set to open 6/26/09 in Santa Barbara

and will be playing at the Plaza de Oro.



The reviews are in....and people are recommending it. Highly.
Eating can be one dangerous business. Don't take another bite till you see Robert Kenner's Food, Inc., an essential, indelible documentary that is scarier than anything in the last five Saw horror shows. Decepticons have nothing on ears of corn when it comes to transforming into mutant killers. Kenner keeps his film bouncing with humor, music and graphics. Just like the ads that shove junk food down our faces. - Peter Travers, Rolling Stone
I figured it wasn't important for me to go into detail about the photography and the editing. I just wanted to scare the bejesus out of you, which is what "Food, Inc." did to me. - Roger Ebert

 

It's Summer Solstice Parade Time!


Solstice Float
Originally uploaded by santa barbarian.

Friday, June 19, 2009 

Such a Tweet

There is something very delicously poetic about learning how to cook a dish with Tyler Florence via TWITTER.

A few highlights...
Through out Europe, The term "Scampi" takes a few left turns....

We'll start off with the shrimp, I think I went overboard with the amount, but hay, what's new. 5lbs for 7 people...


Here is the method bit I love. Scampi is all about the garlic and we're going to coax the sweet flavor out...


Now here is where you could blow it. Don't salt right away and don't stir like a maniac...


The salt will make the shrimp weep and will ruin our beautiful crust and stirring will create steam that will do the same thing.
...

Color equals flavor and we want to build a crisp crust on the shrimp. so leave it alone...

This is an Italian American dish, so Pinot Grigio, buttery Chardonnay whatevs. As long as it's something you want to drink...


Chef Tyler also has a presence up at SFGate

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Welcome to Blogtopia (y!sctp)

to Chaucer's Bookstore.

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Nestle Toll House Cookie Dough Recall

due to E.Coli.
In a swift move to remove possibly tainted products from store shelves, Nestle’s USA Baking Division has issued an immediate recall of all raw Toll House cookie dough due to consumer complaints of E.coli illness brought about by eating raw dough. Both the Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control have launched an investigation into this popular product, however no mandatory government recall has been put into effect. - Health News
The spread of E. Coli infection across several states indicates the possible contamination may have happened at a manufacturing facility before the product was shipped out to various regions of the country, Marler said.

That's precisely the type of situation that a bill approved by a House committee on Capitol Hill earlier this week aims to prevent. A food safety measure is now headed to the full House for consideration. - ABC News

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Thursday, June 18, 2009 

Whole Foods Market plus iPhone

equals a new app for recipe searches...
Cooking with natural and organic foods? Search Whole Foods Market Recipes for delicious recipes that include everything from dinner entrees to breakfast and beverages.
  • Filter by categories such as Budget, Cooking with Kids, and Quick & Easy
  • Target special diets, including gluten-free, lowfat, and vegetarian/vegan
  • Find recipes that use ingredients you already have with our On-Hand Search feature.

You can also use our store locator to find the Whole Foods Market locations near you, or search by ZIP code. Each store page includes links to the store's website and weekly specials. - Whole Foods

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UK Grocery Chain Fresh and Easy

will be opening up news stores in Lompoc (H and North) and Orcutt (Clark and Bradley) in July.
"As we have always done, we continue to listen and evolve to improve the shopping trip for customers. We're hearing customers want to stretch their dollars even further, without compromising on quality," said Tim Mason, Fresh & Easy CEO. "Particularly in this economy, we're pleased we can open four additional stores in new neighborhoods while creating more than 80 high-quality jobs." - PRNewswire

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Wednesday, June 17, 2009 

Would the people leaving obscene comments

please stop doing so...it's just so déclassé.

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IMHO Garlic adds some delicious spice to things

but then again, so does Fabio Viviani. Put them together...and WOW! That'sa spicy meatyball.
Fabio Vivani, the Fan Favorite for Bravo TV's "Top Chef" will host this year's Gilroy Garlic Festival Garlic Showdown July 26, officials said. - Gilroy Dispatch
If you have not been to the Garlic Festival up in Gilroy (garlic capital of the world) you are missing a pungent treat. There were two volumes of The Festival's recipes...The Garlic Lovers Cookbook, Volumes 1 and 2 and I see that they have been updated.

If you are wishing to permanently keep away vampires, I highly recommend you head to Gilroy for the Festival or if you can't make it there, obtain one of the cookbooks to give you the full flavor of the Festival at home.

If only I could bring Fabio home. :-(

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Cake Balls....


Easter Cake Pops
Originally uploaded by Bakerella.

The next "big" thing after cuppycakes?

I learned that these small cake balls are edging out trendy cupcakes and mini-size desserts to satisfy those who have a sweet tooth. Poor me, I seem to be out of the loop on what's in on the culinary scene. Hey, they were even offered in the Neiman Marcus gift-giving catalog and are showing up at upscale bakeries.

And wait, there's more! According to a story in The Dallas Morning News, home baker Robin Ankeny opened The Cake Ball Co., a custom baking and mail-order business.
To make these cake balls, all you have to do is bake a cake (whatever pleases your fancy) and once it's cooled, you simply crumble it up, mix with any kind of frosting, then roll the mixture into tiny balls. Then -- here's where your creative juices can run wild -- the balls can be dipped in chocolate, nuts or whatever confectionery coating you can think of. - Times Picayune

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Tuesday, June 16, 2009 

Gotta go hug Wasaabi now....

GM has released Saab to a Swedish car company. Wasaabi's "where the h**l is the ignition" tribe lives.


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Whole Foods Market

Is #5 on the list the top 25 Green Energy Leaders as ranked by the EPA and published in Scientific American.
It is no longer enough to just conserve energy. More and more corporations, government agencies and entire cities are making large, long-term commitments to ensure that the power they do use comes from renewable sources. To recognize these trendsetters, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency publishes a quarterly list of the top American users of green power: organizations that generate their own renewable energy, buy it from suppliers, or purchase offset credits to compensate for their traditional energy use. To put things in perspective, the average U.S. home consumes about 10,656 kilowatt-hours (kWh) of electricity a year. That means number 25 on the list buys enough green energy to power more than 14,000 homes...

5. Whole Foods Market
Austin, TX | Retail
527 million green kWh, 100% of total power used
Since December 2005 Whole Foods Market has entirely offset conventional power consumption at its stores nationwide. At that time, its buy was the biggest renewable energy purchase ever in North America. Employees at the regional or store level determine what kinds of energy to purchase (or generate) for the most locally sound decisions.

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Monday, June 15, 2009 

Call Congresswoman Lois Capps

and let her know that food safety is an important issue. (805) 730-1710 Santa Barbara office, (805) 546-8348 San Luis Obispo office and (202) 225-3601 Washington DC office.

An action alert from CREDO.
Representative Lois Capps, sits on the powerful Energy and Commerce Committee. That committee will consider crucial food safety legislation on Wednesday. Let Representative Lois Capps know today that you expect her to stand with us.... her constituents — not big industrial food companies — when it comes to food safety.

Earlier this year, salmonella-tainted peanut butter from a single Georgia factory caused nine deaths, sickened over 600 people, led to the recall of thousands of products, and cost the food industry $1 billion in losses. Meanwhile, deadly E. coli outbreaks are on the rise. The USDA recalled a total of 300,000 pounds of contaminated ground beef during the month of May alone.

Thankfully, Congress is now paying attention. The Food Safety Enhancement Act of 2009 represents a good basis for reform and would be first major update of food safety legislation in decades. But big food industry players are fighting tooth and nail to weaken the bill — it's up to us to tell Congress to strengthen and pass a bill that really protects our food supply.

Tell Rep. Capps to strengthen and pass the Food Safety Enhancement Act of 2009.

The bill, while it does not go nearly far enough, is a good start. As currently written, it will increase funding for and frequency of food inspections by the FDA and the USDA. The bill will expand the powers of the FDA, giving it — for the first time — the ability to order mandatory recalls. The bill will also assess on producers a $500 fee per "food facility," increase criminal and civil monetary penalties for food safety violations and enforce new product traceability guidelines.

The current bill remains dangerously weak in the area of prevention, which is fundamental to being able to stop outbreaks before they start. It allows up to three years between food facility inspections and does not force companies to actually test for pathogens.

At the same time, big food companies and the livestock industry are already insisting that the FDA's proposed new powers be weakened. They must not succeed. Now is the time to make sure Congress improves the legislation and resists the food industry's push to gut the law.

I hope you sign the petition, too.

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Sunday, June 14, 2009 

Epicure.SB - A Month to Savor Santa Barbara


Coming in October via the Santa Barbara Conference and Visitor's Bureau and the Downtown Organization, Epicure.SB.


Calling all locavore’s, foodies and cultural enthusiasts! Coming this October, Santa Barbara will debut a month long foodie festival featuring diverse epicurean offerings sure to sate your appetite! This epicurean adventure will showcase regional cuisine, libations and culture. During the month of October, the promotion builds on existing annual foodie-friendly events including the Harbor & Seafood Festival, California Lemon Festival, California Avocado Festival and Celebration of Harvest. Special midweek menus, educational seminars, mixology demos, farmers' market tours, cooking classes, micro-brew tastings, winemaker dinners and much more will fill the month up with tasty opportunities to sip and savor the uniquely local flavors of Santa Barbara County.

The Conference Bureau has long advertised Santa Barbara as a culinary destination... Epicure.SB is just a continuation of their marketing efforts - with delicious results for both locals and visitors


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Friday, June 12, 2009 

The mountain-climbing hydro-Roomba

A new arsenal in firefighting...introducing the Evergreen Supertanker, a specially equiped 747...the largest firefighting vehicle in the world.

Dumps 20,500 Gallons of Water from 500 Feet Up - says
PopSci.com who got a sneekpeek.

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Now this sounds like a terrific Summer treat

It combines several of my favorite things.....ice cream, cinnamon and Olallieberries!

Cin-Olataberry Ice Cream (from Epicurious)

2 cup whole milk
2 cups heavy cream
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1 large cinnamon stick
1 cup sugar
7 egg yolks
2 tablespoon cr&ème de cassis

2 cups olallieberries (fresh or frozen)

Combine the milk, cream, cinnamon (ground and stick), and 1 tablespoon of the sugar in a saucepan and scald. Whisk the yolks with the remaining sugar and the cr&ème de cassis until light and fluffy. Slowly add the hot milk mixture with gentle whisking to the eggs to warm them. Pour the entire mixture back into the saucepan and add the olallieberries.
Cook over low heat for about 20 minutes until the custard thickens and coats the back of a wooden spoon. Cool to room temperature.


Freeze in an ice cream maker. When the ice cream has thickened, remove the canister from the ice and salt, then remove the dasher and pat down the ice cream with a rubber scraper to remove excess air. Cover the surface with plastic wrap to prevent ice crystal formation. Replace the canister lid and place in a freezer to harden for 3-5 hours.

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Thursday, June 11, 2009 

When in Cambria...

you walk "The Ranch"

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Got Milk Crisis?

Yes...we do. Our nation's dairy industry is being milked dry by unfair practices.

Is it fair that large dairy companies are undercutting U.S. producers by importing cheap milk protein concentrates from other countries and using them instead of U.S.-produced milk? (And is it fair that the FDA does nothing to stop the practice, even though MPCs aren’t approved as a food ingredient?) Is it fair that the dairy industry is so consolidated that a few large companies can manipulate the price of milk to their own benefit, pocketing profits while dairy farmers are left holding the bag? Is it fair that farmers have shelled out more and more for feed and hay in the last few years, but the prices they receive for milk have fallen? Is it fair that consumers are still paying for milk what they were earlier this year, while farmers’ prices dropped 30% in January alone?

H**l no!

- The Ethicurean


And can we do something about it? Yes we can.

Help by signing a petition to Secretary Vilsack before the end of the day on Monday, June 15

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A Food "Related" Song I heard this morning

on KPYG (Cayucos)

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Tuesday, June 09, 2009 

When in Cambria....

do as the Cambrians do....bake with Olallieberries.

Olallieberry Caramel Stuffed French Toast from the Ollallieberry Inn.
Yield: 6 servings
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 30-40 minutes

Delicious French toast for special occasions. Easy to prepare and can be prepped the day before. Strawberries or other berries can be substituted for the Olallieberries. This is a favorite of our guests. We get many requests for this dish.

Ingredients:
1/2 cup butter;
2/3 cup light brown sugar;
1 (8-ounce) loaf French Bread;
3 extra large eggs;
1 cup milk;
6 ounces cream cheese, softened;
1/2 cup olallieberry preserves;
powder sugar;
sliced almonds (optional)

Directions:
1. In a small saucepan, combine butter & brown sugar; heat to boiling. Pour into a 9x9-inch baking dish.
2. Remove 1: from each end of the French bread; slice into 12 1-inch slices.
3. Beat eggs and milk until smooth.
4. Using tongs, quickly dip 6 slices of bread into egg mixture; arrange in single layer over brown sugar mixture.
5. Mix cream cheese and olallieberry preserves; spread evenly over bread slices in the baking dish.
6. Dip remaining bread slices in egg mixture; arrange over cream cheese/olallieberry mixture. Slowly pour any remaining egg mixture over bread slices.
7. If desired, top with sliced almonds.
8. Refrigerate, ocered, several hours or overnight.
9. Remove from refrigerator and sit to room temperaure.
10. Bake, uncovered, in a preheated 350-degree F. oven until browned (30-40 minutes).
11. Let stand about 5 minutes before serving; sprinkle with powdered sugar.

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Monday, June 08, 2009 

Perhaps I should take in Hearst Castle


The Roman Pool
Originally uploaded by santa barbarian.

before the Governator changes his mind and closes it to the public.

Sunday, June 07, 2009 

More H2Woes from the Golden "Crispy" State

but the whole country, not just California, better wake up and smell the arugala.
...Here are some not-so-fun facts: California's agricultural sector grows approximately one-third of the nation's food supply and is nourished by diverted rivers and streams filled yearly by runoff from its prodigious sierra nevada snowpack, as well as groundwater pumping and other less-reliable methods. that snowpack -- which once sparked the first, but not the last, water war that helped transform a semi-arid Los Angeles into an unsustainable oasis less populous than only new york city -- is disappearing fast....

To make matters worse, a crushing drought, now well into its third year, has made simply everything problematic. In California's Central Valley, home to a majority of the State's agricultural output, farmers are leaving
hundreds of thousands of acres fallow, and the resultant economic depression is having a domino effect that could cost California $1 billion to start and is causing residents of a one-time food powerhouse to go hungry. - Alternet

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Perhaps the loveliest of opening movie sequences

highlighting the wild untamed beauty of Big Sur...the land where many free spirits go to get spiritually recharged. From the controversial movie (in its day), The Sandpiper staring the battling Burtons.

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Spice Avenue looks like it's up for sale

according to a posting up on craigslist and BizBen.

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Saturday, June 06, 2009 

Detroit Red Wings


H79 Octopus Cake for Red Wings
Originally uploaded by donbuciak.

need I say more!

The "Al" cake created by Don Buciak of Holiday Markets, Canton, MI

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It was a great Belmont Stakes win

by a good looking chestnut colt...but no Belmont Stakes can really compare to the Belmont of 1973 won by the "Big Red"....Secretariat.

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Re-engergizing the soul


Long Road ahead
Originally uploaded by santa barbarian.

in Cambria....

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Friday, June 05, 2009 

Love Food? Love People?

Whole Foods Santa Barbara is now taking applications for employment.


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Holey Holidays


Voodoo Donuts
Originally uploaded by Saltimbanco.


Happy National Donut Day....

National Donut Day is celebrated on the first Friday in June. In 1917, Salvation Army female volunteers known as “lassies” prepared thousands of fresh donuts to the homesick soldiers that served in France during World War I. National Donut Day was officially established in 1938 by the Chicago Salvation Army to raise much-needed funds during the Great Depression.

mmmmmmm....donuts. VOODOO donuts!

(This post deliciously dedicated to Chryss and Roberto)

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The Italian Scallion


Meeting Fabio from Top Chef
Originally uploaded by Pocket Edward.

Will pack his knives and come to Santa Bar(Bque)ara for a mighty good cause, CALM.

When: Thursday, June 11, 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Where: CALM Design Showcase, 2166 Mission Ridge Rd.

Cost: $100

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Thursday, June 04, 2009 

Fairview Gardens has a job opening.....

The Center for Urban Agriculture at Fairview Gardens is looking for a permanent Executive Director.

CUAFG, also know simply as Fairview Gardens, is a small organic farm nestled in the city of Goleta. It’s location among suburban neighborhoods presents both unique opportunities and challenges. World renowned, Fairview has been a farm for over 100 years andnow serves the community with both local organic produce and as a center for education and outreach. If you want to work on a beautiful organic farm with dedicated people making positive change in a community ripe for transformation with food, education, and sustainability, then this is THE opportunity for you. If you have passion for and/or experience in community food systems, skills and experience in raising funds, designing and managing educational programs, and adeptly managing a budget, then we need you. Do not hesitate; application materials are due by June 22, 2009.

Sound like your type of position?


Fairview Gardens
Originally uploaded by santa barbarian.

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Monday, June 01, 2009 

Anyone have a spare commercial kitchen?

Robynlovescake is looking for space.

From Craigslist -
Due to a fire in adjacent kitchen I have been vacated from my commercial kitchen for at least several months, perhaps permanently. I make specialty cakes, and don't have any employees so don't need a huge amount of space but do need a little area that's just mine. Ideally I could bring my fridge in. Does your commercial kitchen have unused space? Let's talk! Thanks so much, I definitely am in a time crunch.
Robyn Van Tuyl - www.robynlovescake.com

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Cantwell's on State Street for Sale?

It seems to be listed up on LoopNet.
Property Use Type: Investment
Type: Shopping Center
Neighborhood Center
GLA: 9,100 SF
Lot Size: 18,730 SF
• 5.5$ CAP with Development potential • Excellent Downtown Santa Barbara Location
• $400,000 Net Income Annually • Drawings and Plans Available for Development, currently a work in progress
• Seller will carry 1st or 2nd T.D. for Qualified Buyer • Retail - officespace of 3,100 sq. ft. currently available for owner-occupant on ground level

and a Craigslist posting gives the indication that all three locations may be for sale.



Cantwell's Sandwiches
Originally uploaded by catzcartas.

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Just a reminder to vote for SB Farmer's Market

for top market! On June 1st, American Farmland Trust is starting a vote for the Country's best Farmer's Market.
American Farmland Trust is sending a message to food shoppers everywhere that food decisions are important, and as consumers we have the opportunity to support local farmers and communities-just by shopping at farmers markets.

Our three-month outreach campaign will ask Americans across the country to show support ofr their local market by voting in our America's Favorite Farmers Markets contest. The top three vote-getting farmers markets - one small, one medium and one large - will win a free No Farms No Food tote bag giveaway for their market customers.

per CAPTAIN HALEY - The new and improved link is: http://action.farmland.org/site/PageNavigator/Americas-Favorite-Farmers-Markets/best_local_farmers_market_vote
However, the Santa Barbara Market is not available as a choice at this time. The Market Management must enroll in the contest before their name shows up...(thanks!)

Let's get on the horn to the SBFarmer's Market and tell them we want to vote for them!

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