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edible Monterey Bay Summer 2015

Contents 4 Grist for the mill 6 Edible Notables Fast food with soul, time traveler’s life, HGP turns 25, Chefs on the road, Pastries with a purpose 20 What’s in Season Eggplant One of summer’s greatest edible gifts 26 ON THE FARM TOOLS OF THE TRADE An appreciation of the nine hands of five local farmers 32 Into the Wild Backcountry Gourmet A chef for your more intrepid summer adventures 36 Edible History Remembering Spaghetti Hill How Sicilian fishermen made Monterey their home 44 Behind the bottle Mount Harlan Original Meet Josh Jensen, the Pinot pioneer who put Hollister on the world wine map 48 On the vine The San Benito Wine Trail One of the Monterey Bay’s best-kept secrets is there for the exploring Also: Fresh, seasonal cuisine coming to SBC’s wine country 52 EDIBLE LIFE GET YOUR FARM FIX ON There are local farms out there ready to welcome you for a visit—or even to stay the night 58 Edible artisan Kiln to Kitchen From a studio and gallery overlooking the sea, Dark Horse Pottery of Davenport offers fine vessels for fine food 2 edible monterey bay Summer 2015 60 The Preservationist Wild Berry Jam Putting up the delicious foraged plunder of summer picnics is well worth it—if you don’t eat it first 63 Dine Local Guide 74 Summer Monterey Bay Farmers’ Markets 75 Local Source Guide 80 Last Call Chardonnay II Out to sea with our local food and drink COVer PHOTOGRAPH Tom Coke’s hands by Michelle Magdalena CONTENTS PHOTOGRAPH Josh Jensen’s view from Calera Wine in San Benito County’s wine country by Patrice Ward


edible Monterey Bay Summer 2015
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