Edible Seattle is teaming up with City Fruit at Santoro’s Books to introduce Edible Seattle: The Cookbook, a cutting-edge celebration of the city’s diverse and dynamic food culture. Jill Lightner, editor, will be on hand to sign copies, and Santoro’s will donate 15% of all book sales that evening to City Fruit. There will be wine, food (of course!) and drawings for prizes. Here is a one-stop opportunity to support a local bookseller, a local cookbook and an organization harvesting local fruit.
Edible Seattle and City Fruit at Santoro’s Books
Recent Blog Posts
- Eat for Equity Seattle
- Celebrate Spring; Two great classes this weekend!
- Farm Imaginings visits Danny Woo
- Support City People’s to support City Fruit
- Announcing our new Master Fruit Tree Steward Program
- MLK Day of Service
- New compact berry bushes from Raintree – great for small urban spaces!
- City Fruit welcomes Melanie Peters!
- Paul Towers: Bees can’t wait 5 more years
- Territorial Seed Company: dispelling a rumor
Call for volunteers
What skills can you share? Whether it's harvesting, pruning, office skills, people skills, party planning, food preserving, or something else, let us know: firstname.lastname@example.org
- And, speaking of bees.....strange things are happening on the range.... April 18, 2014And, speaking of bees.....strange things are happening on the range....A New Western Outlaw: The Bee Rustlerkuow.orgWarmer temperatures and blooming flowers are making it seem like we’ve finally turned the corner toward spring here in the Northwest.
- How many of these can you spot in your garden? April 15, 2014How many of these can you spot in your garden? Timeline PhotosThere are thousands and thousands of bees that are not honeybees out there, pollinating our flowers and helping plants produce food. Who knew? Learn more: http://www.cornucopia.org/2014/04/bees #Savethebees #saveourpollinators #food