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Katie Hershfelt

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Katie Hershfelt is director of Cultivate Events.

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Shopping the Santa Barbara Farmers Market isn’t just for vegetarians.

This livestock grazes on local avocado and lemon orchards

Shopping the Santa Barbara Farmers Market isn’t just for vegetarians.

from KCRW Features

Here's a staggering statistic.    Over 90% of the seafood consumed in the U.S. is imported from other countries. Even along the Central Coast, it can be tough to find a local catch.

Craving local seafood? Get it delivered

Here's a staggering statistic.   Over 90% of the seafood consumed in the U.S. is imported from other countries. Even along the Central Coast, it can be tough to find a local catch.

from KCRW Features

Santa Barbara pastry chef Sandra Adu Zelli will debut her new bakery business, Gipsy Hill Bakery at the Santa Barbara Night Market, a holiday pop-up inside the old Macy's building in…

British baked goods meet Californian ingredients in Santa Barbara

Santa Barbara pastry chef Sandra Adu Zelli will debut her new bakery business, Gipsy Hill Bakery at the Santa Barbara Night Market, a holiday pop-up inside the old Macy's building in…

from KCRW Features

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